A bicycle’s groupset consists of the rear cogs, cranks, brakes, chain, front cogs, shifters, and derailleurs. Finding the right one is simple at Velomio.
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Aspero-5 Campagnolo Ekar Bicycle | groupset Campagnolo Ekar
save: 97 % from: 43 usd
SRAM GX Eagle DUB Groupset Lunar 175 2022 | groupset Giant DUB Lunar
from: 470 usd
SRAM XX1 Eagle AXS Upgrade Kit 2022 | groupset Giant Upgrade Kit
from: 716 usd
Shimano Di2 Internal Junction 2017 | groupset Giant Shimano Di2 Internal Junction
from: 30 usd
Shimano Di2 External Juntion 2017 | groupset Giant Shimano Di2 External Juntion
from: 31 usd
SRAM Red eTap AXS 1X D1 Electronic Road Groupset 2022 | groupset Giant 1D1 Electronic
from: 1,382 usd
X0 AXS T-Type Groupset | 175mm | groupset SRAM AXS T-
from: 1,733 usd
Shimano 2 Port Junction Dura-Ace Di2 2017 | groupset Giant Shimano 2 Port Junction Di2
from: 21 usd
SRAM Red eTap AXS 1X D1 Electronic HRD FM Group 2022 | groupset Giant 1D1 Electronic HRD FM Group
from: 1,764 usd
SRAM Red eTap AXS 2X D1 Electronic Road Groupset 2022 | groupset Giant 2D1 Electronic
from: 1,722 usd
105 R7170 Di2 12-Speed Kit | groupset Shimano 105 R7170 Di2 Kit
from: 1,198 usd
SRAM GX Eagle AXS Upgrade Kit | groupset Kit AXS Upgrade
from: 506 usd
SRAM X01 Eagle AXS Upgrade Kit Lunar 2022 | groupset Giant Upgrade Kit Lunar
from: 716 usd
SRAM Red eTap AXS 2X D1 Electronic HRD Groupset, NO Cranks, Cassette, or Chain 2022 | groupset Giant 2D1 Electronic HRD NO or
from: 2,500 usd
Shimano Ultegra 12 speed DI2 build kit. 2022 | groupset Giant DI2 build kit
from: 2,564 usd
SRAM Red eTap AXS 1X D1 Electronic HRD Groupset 2022 | groupset Giant 1D1 Electronic HRD
from: 1,365 usd
SRAM Red eTap AXS 2X D1 Electronic HRD FM Group 2022 | groupset Giant 2D1 Electronic HRD FM Group
from: 2,152 usd
GX Eagle DUB B2 175mm Build Kit | groupset SRAM GX Eagle DUB B2 Build Kit
from: 630 usd
Red eTap AXS HRD Build Kit | groupset SRAM HRD Build Kit
from: 2,369 usd
Ultegra R8150 Di2 Disc Group Set | groupset Shimano R8150 Di2
from: 2,630 usd
SRAM XX SL Eagle AXS T-Type Power Meter Groupset | groupset SRAM SL Eagle AXS T-
from: 2,699 usd
Dura-Ace R9270 Di2 12-Speed Kit | groupset Shimano R9270 Di2 Kit
from: 2,900 usd
SRAM NX Eagle DUB Groupset 2022 | groupset Giant DUB
from: 323 usd
NX Eagle 170mm Build Kit | groupset SRAM NX Eagle Build Kit
from: 434 usd


If you are a bike enthusiast or planning to purchase your first bike, you will come across terms such as groupsets SRAM and groupset Shimano. These are two of the most popular brands on the market. Often referred to as “Gruppo,” this mechanism refers to any electronic or mechanical bike components designed to facilitate changing of gears, braking, or operating the drivetrain. With the help of Velomio, you will find different comparisons or options to fit your bike.

Choosing the Right Groupset

You need to understand a few things about your bike’s engine room while shopping for the right groupset. Some of the most important things to consider are the mechanical and/or electrical drivetrain features. With the help of Velomio, you can easily choose the right groupset.

Electronic Versus Mechanical Shifting

Electronic Shifting

Each major groupset manufacturer offers a wide range of electronic and mechanical options. Each of them comes with different operating procedures and names. When it comes to electronic options, the Campagnolo brand, for example, has EPS. This acronym stands for Electronic Power Shift.

You might also come across Di2 when shopping for groupset Shimano. It stands for Digital Integrated Intelligence. Groupset SRAM has eTap, which means Electronic Tap. These electronic variants use wires to activate the rear and front derailleur using the shifter triggers. Electronic groupsets use wires attached to the derailleurs and shifters to transfer a signal.

Some of the benefits of using this type of groupset include:

  • Easier shifting at the lever
  • Precise shifting
  • Less difficulty when it comes to cable routing
  • Lack of deviation from the adjustments you set
  • Downloadable information on shifting efficiency and habits
  • Programmable shifting

The disadvantage of this type of shifting is that the system can break down if you fail to charge your batteries. It is also heavier and costs more when compared to mechanical groupsets. 

Mechanical Shifting

With this type of groupset, shifting works through cables attached to your bike’s shifters. The cables run through the bike frame, either externally or internally, to the rear and front derailleurs. When you move the shift lever, it will release or pull cables, which will then activate the derailleurs to shift down or up. 

The benefits of this type of groupset include:

  • Lower cost 
  • Less weight
  • Natural shift feel

However, mechanical shifting is not flawless. To work perfectly, the cables need to be in good working order. Additionally, bikes with acute angles and long frame tubes can make the process of installing cables more difficult. 

If you are finding it difficult to choose the right groupset for your bike, Velomio will give you some great options.

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