Shimano Tourney TY - Rear Derailleur - Long Cage - 6/7-speed
Meet the Shimano Tourney Rear Derailleur RD-TY500, your ideal companion for a reliable and efficient cycling experience. This derailleur is packed with features designed to enhance your rides.
The Shimano Tourney TY500 Rear Derailleur is compatible with both 6 and 7-speed SIS Index Shifting drivetrains. It offers versatility to suit your gear setup.
Long Cage Option:
With a long cage design, this derailleur is a great choice for various fitments, accommodating a wide range of bike styles and riding needs.
Precision and Smooth Shifting:
Enjoy precise and smooth gear transitions as you conquer different terrains, thanks to Shimano's renowned engineering.
The Shimano Tourney Rear Derailleur RD-TY500 is your go-to solution for dependable cycling performance.
|w/ Wheel Type Cable Guide
|Top-Normal Spring Type|Double Servo
|Mount|Direct Attachment (conventional)
|Mount|Riveted Adapter (ROAD type)
|Mount|Riveted Adapter (BMX-track type)
|Max. Front Difference
|13/13T | 13/13T
SIS Rear Index Shifting System:
The system constituents such as the index mechanism built in the shifter, the frictionless SIS rear index shifting cable and the smooth action rear derailleur realize the Shimano Index System.
Shimano’s double servo-panta mechanism enables the rear derailleur to move in an optimum path.
The guide pulley tracks the cogs closely while moving front to back, optimizing each shift. Perfect tracking contributes to the most accurate SIS shifting.
Keeps rear derailleur guide pulley an optimum distance from each sprocket.
The distinctively designed Hyperglide cassette incorporate specially positioned shift ramps and tooth profiles for improved chain control during shifting. Fast and responsive indexed shifting is the result.
The HG cassette, which was developed for the MTB 10-speed system, underwent comprehensive optimization to achieve super-highly efficient shifting.
Guide the chain quickly and directly to the next sprocket without override.
Cause the chain to ride up and over the gear teeth before engaging the sprocket.