great smooth shifting...I have always had the 11-28 the last year I have been using 11-32 and will never go back...I don't use the 32 that much but after a long ride and the last hill home it's great to know you have that extra gear if you are outta gas!
I mean what can anyone say about a Shimano Ultegra 6800 cassette. They work pretty great.
I already owned an 11-32 and 11-28. I wasn't too thrilled with them for some of my super flat crits around Chicago.
So I picked up the 11-25 and couldn't be happier. With these three cassettes I feel like I have the right tools to get the job done.
11-25 is going to be great if you want to race without to much elevation change. With the tighter spacing you can shift and find your sweet spot when you are trying to hang in the peloton and waste the minimum energy.
11-28 is going to be a great all around cassette. If you aren't going to be tackling steep grades. But won't be racing either. I don't think you could go wrong with an 11-28.
11-32 is great when you get those steep grades. Couple the 11-32 with a compact crank, you will be get getting up that hill!
Other than performance the Ultegra set is a great value for the performance it delivers. If your bike is properly tuned you can expect the components to last while delivering smooth consistent performance.