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SRAM Rival 22 DoubleTap Mechanical Lever
$123.00
The SRAM Rival 22 Mechanical Shifters are modeled after the phenomenal RED shifters. SRAM not only trickled down 11-speed compatibility, but ErgoFit elements such as a slightly longer brake lever to enhance control, independent reach adjustment for brake and shift levers, and a smaller diameter hood with a taller top shape to increase rider control and improve finger wrap. Because you're able to shift from the hoods, drops, and even when sprinting, the Rival levers offer a competitive advantage that can't be touched. The single-lever-shifting design allows for faster, smoother shifts while being completely independent of the brake levers, eliminating the possibility of engaging the brakes when you shift. Plus, the forged aluminum brake lever and shift paddle offer a beautiful balance of low weight and impressive durability.
Shimano 105 Dual Control Left-Side Lever
$174.00
Shimano's 105 Dual Control Left-Side Lever lets you easily shift and brake without ever taking your hands off the handlebars. The short-stroke shifting is so telepathic you'll be in the gear you want almost before you realize you shifted. Plus, the robust design offers excellent durability and the hoods are ergonomically contoured for top comfort.
Shimano 105 Dual Control Levers (Double)
$289.99
Shimano's 105 Dual Control Levers let you easily shift and brake without ever taking your hands off the handlebars. The short-stroke shifting is so telepathic you'll be in the gear you want almost before you realize you shifted. Plus, the robust design offers excellent durability and the hoods are ergonomically contoured for top comfort.
Shimano Tiagra Triple Shift/Brake Levers
$330.00
Shimano's Tiagra Triple Dual Control Lever (3x10-speed) is sleek, balanced and consistent. The Tiagra 4700 series provides serious entry-level riding performance with trickle-down technology from top shelf Dura Ace line. - Model Number: ST-4703 - Series: Tiagra - Cassette Compatibility: 10-speed - Front Shifting: 3 - Shift Cable: Lever side: OT-SP41 / RD side: OT-SP41 Sealed - Reach Adjuster: Screw
Shimano Ultegra 11-Speed Di2 Dual Control Levers
$369.99
Shimano's Ultegra Di2 shifters raise the bar for high-speed shifting and unbeatable ergonomics. With a simple push of a button, you get precise, near-instant gear changes. These sculpted beauties greet your hands with a flat transition from the handlebars to the hoods, and the blade design makes it even easier to reach the shift buttons from the hoods or the drops. Easy-to-add satellite shifters (sold separately) can be used for even easier access to the shift buttons from the bar tops or the drops. The use of electronics limit wear and tear on your shifting components, so you'll experience like-new, perfect shifting ride after ride.
SRAM RED 22 Shift Levers
$461.00
SRAM's RED 22 Shift Levers deliver pro-level shifting with unmatched ergonomics to create a rider/bike interface that will have you begging to go out and rack up the miles. You'll feel the precision and response of SRAM’s DoubleTap shifting as you drop a gear for that grueling climb or pick one up in that frantic sprint finish. As soon as you wrap your hands around the hoods, you’ll fall in love with the great texture that increases grip while offering additional cushioning. There's ample room for your fingers thanks to the small diameter body and loads of space behind the brake lever. And, if all that wasn't enough to make your hands feel right-at-home, these 2x11-speed shifters feature independent reach adjustments for the shift and brake levers and a near-seamless transition between the hoods and the bars. And let's not forget the weight, 280 grams for a pair! Enough said.
SRAM Red eTAP Electric Road Kit
$1,743.00
Step up to the next generation in shifting with SRAM's wireless RED eTAP electric road drivetrain kit. Each kit contains: - SRAM RED eTAP shift/brake levers - SRAM RED eTAP wireless front and rear derailleurs - SRAM eTAP batteries - Battery charger - USB stick - Quick-start guide
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