$18.00 - $41.99
The Shimano EF500 8-Speed dual brake/shift lever features reach adjust technology and an optical gear display. - Equipped with a reach adjust mechanism that allows for the distance from handlebar to lever to be adjusted in order to suit any hand size and riding preference - The optical gear display tells you which gear position is selected while riding - Compatible with V-Brake, Mechanical disc brake (MTB)
$20.99 - $26.99
The Acera EZ Fire Shift/Brake lever combo pairs the comfort of a 3-finger alloy brake lever with the power of a hydraulic disc brake. - Clean cockpit with compact and integrated appearance - Clear shift response and light action shifting performance - Funnel bleeding for easier maintenance - Clean cable routing - Easy setup, simple control and stable brake performance for sport and leisure riders - OPTISLICK steel cable for a lighter operating force and better compatibility with the internal cable frame - Integrates smoothly with 3-finger alloy hydraulic BL for an overall increase in ergonomics and total system design
$67.99 - $179.99
Shimano's Claris Dual Control Levers offer smooth shifting and confident braking. The hoods are ergonomically contoured for a comfortable grip and easy access to shifting controls from any handlebar position. Top-view gear indicators ensure you know which gear you're in at all times.
The Shimano Claris ST-R2030 is a dual control brake/shift lever for Shimano 2x8 and 3x8 drivetrain applications. It features a reach adjust mechanism and Shimano's Super SLR friction-reducing technology. - Reach Adjust mechanism allows for the distance from the handlebar grip to the lever to be adjusted to suit any hand size or riding style - Super SLR technology improves braking response and modulation by reducing friction through the caliper, lever, and cable - The Dual Control Lever has both brake and shifting functions in the system to enable simple operation - Includes OT-SP41 cable housing to maximally reduce the inner cable friction for quick response to operations and effortless shifting
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