DS85 shifters feature a low-profile body, light and precise action, and an optical gear indicator for a more refined shifting experience. - Include shift cables - Low profile body is compatible with Campagnolo-style shift cables only - Visible Gear indicator - Compatible with Shimano mountain and road systems - Indexed left shifter works for double and triple
R11 Xpress+ shifters are jam-packed with bearings for slick shifting action. The bearings are bikes' best friends, and when they meet with shifters, the result is minimal loss in transferring force from your fingertip into shift cables. - Straight cable entrance and exit routing reduce setup frustration - Include shift cables - Visible gear indicator - Compatible with Shimano 11-speed road systems
SRAM's 3.0 Twist Shifters are simple to use and offer solid shifting and reliable construction. Using SRAM's 1:1 actuation ratio technology, the 3.0s are easy to set up and easy to adjust. Plus, with a simple twist of the wrist, you can shift all of gears at once. These shifters are indexed to shift three front chainrings, and feature micro-adjustments to keep derailleur alignment perfect.
$29.99 - $67.99
Shimano's SLX RapidFire Plus Shift Levers make it easy to pick the perfect gear for every terrain. They feature dual release so you can push or pull the upper trigger, so shifting is easy and intuitive. A removable Optical Gear display allows heads-up monitoring, and finding the perfect bar position is a snap with the ergonomic levers. They are 10-speed compatible and the front switches from 2x to 3x easily, so no matter how many rings you're running up front, SLX has you covered.
$9.00 - $16.99
SRAM's MRX Comp Twist Shifters are simple to use and offer solid shifting and reliable construction. They shift a 2:1 Shimano rear derailleur.
$19.00 - $21.00
SRAM's MRX Comp Twist Shifters are simple to use and offer solid shifting and reliable construction. Shifting one gear or the whole range is simple with just a twist of the wrist. They shift a 2:1 Shimano rear derailleur and a SRAM or Shimano derailleur up front.
SRAM's XX1 Trigger Shifter gives you the fastest draw in town. And, it spares no expense with regards to weight and accuracy, thanks to a full carbon body, minimalist construction and X-Actuation. This right-side rear shifter is compatible with SRAM’s XX1 rear derailleur and cassette (sold separately). • SRAM 1x X-Actuation for precise and dependable 11-speed performance • Zero Loss engagement for fastest shifting • Multi-adjustable trigger shifter • MatchMaker X compatible • Adjustable carbon pull lever and carbon cover • Includes full Gore Ride-On cable system • Weight: 91 grams
- Model no.: SW-R9150 - Position: On road Bar - Firmware update by E-TUBE PROJECT - E-TUBE connector - Average weight: 12 grams - Length: 261mm
DS85 twist shifters are classic and simple to use, and give the ability to repair a variety of flat bar bikes and freshen their looks. - Include shift cables - Requires Campagnolo cable
SHIMANO SORA SL-R3000 shift lever provides reliable and intuitive shifting for flat bar road bikes. The RAPIDFIRE PLUS right shift lever allows riders to downshift three gears in one stroke and SHIMANO's OPTICAL GEAR DISPLAY shows riders what gear position is selected while riding. BENEFIT - Clean cockpit area - Compatible with standard 9-speed rear derailleurs
Shimano Deore M590 trigger style shifters provide excellent functionality for 3x9 drivetrains. - Optical gear display - 2-Way release feature - Derailleur cables included
MicroSHIFT's thumb-tap shifters provide solid ergonomics and light shifting action for internally-geared Shimano hubs. - Compatible with Shimano Alfine 8 internally-geared hubs - Includes shift cable
SRAM's X4 shifters feature Exact Actuation 1:1 cable pull ratios for precise, dependable rear shifting. They deliver proven ergonomics and excellent performance at a great price.
Just because your hands are comfortably resting on the tops of your handlebars, it doesn't mean you shouldn't be able to shift gears. With Shimano's Di2 Remote Satellite Shifter, you're just a simple, light button push away from shifting perfection. These phenomenal accessory shifters are for use with Shimano's Di2 drivetrain components (sold separately) and can be positioned anywhere on your bars for a custom feel. Plus, these beauties feature spot-on ergonomics for smooth, controlled shifting even when you're pushing yourself to your physical limit.
- Shift buttons mounted to the end of a bar plug - Included wire connects to Blip Box - Fits bars with 19 - 20.5mm inside diameter
$71.99 - $87.99
MicroSHIFT bar end shifters can work on TT bikes, commuter bikes, mountain bikes, and even work as down tube shifters. These versatile shifters have CNC-machined mechanisms that result in crisp shifting you're sure to appreciate. - Left side offers micro index shifting for 2x and 3x - Convertible right shifter features indexed or friction mode
Bar end shifters are designed for maximum aerodynamics with "Back-To-Zero" positioning allowing the lever to return to its initial position after every shift. -Multi-Shifting allows for shifting up or down three sprockets at a time -Adjustable initial position allows for placement of the levers in the optimal ergonomic or aerodynamic position -Cables are easily replaced via external cable connection -Compatible with 2015 and newer Campagnolo Potenza, Chorus, Record and Super Record -Indexed bushing - Drivetrain Speeds: 11 - Mount Type: Bar End - Weight: 167 grams
• Mountain-bike shifters built into linear pull-compatible brake levers • Aluminum • Left: triple chainring; Right: 7-speed • Cables and housing included
- Easy Operation And Accurate Shifting - Wide Comfort Lever With Position Adjust - Effortless Multi-Shift - Multi-Shift Speed, Shimano Synchronized Shift - Ergonomic Rotary Switch - Short Stroke Perfect Click (Single Click, Auto Multiple Shift Only) - Customization Of Operation - Suspension Control By Left Switch
DERAILLEUR TRP's new DH7 rear derailleur brings a new feature to racing. TRP R&D worked closely with Aaron Gwin and his mechanic, John Hall, to build an advanced DH derailleur. The derailleur is true G-Spec, utilizing carbon fiber for the outer parallelogram link and pulley cage; offering an adjustable Ratchet Clutch; and adding features born from competition like the Hall Lock, a B-Knuckle lock that reduces noise and increases shifting stability. - Hall Lock - G-Spec Ratchet Clutch - G-Spec finishing touches: - Carbon fiber cage & upper link - Extra-wide parallelogram pivot - Sealed cartridge bearing pulleys SHIFTER TRP's new DH7 shifter is molded from carbon fiber and features TRP's linear release action for upshifting to higher gears. This unique mechanism allows the cable release lever to more closely mimic the motion of a rider's thumb, producing super-fast and super-precise shifts out of the starting gate while maintaining a tight grip on the handlebar. - Shift levers designed and located for optimum performance by Aaron Gwin - Enhanced grip & tactile feel built into lever paddles: embossed grooves on advance and release lever - Carbon fiber upper housing & advance lever position with brake lever - Ball bearing equipped - 7 speed - Tool-free straight-lace cable changes - Rider-adjustable home position of lower lever with a 40-degree range
$6.99 - $12.99
MS-series twist shifters are quantity-tested, easy to use, and quick to setup. - Includes shift cable - Indexed left shifter works for double or triple
SRAM's MRX Comp Twist Shifters are simple to use and offer solid shifting and reliable construction. They shift a SRAM or Shimano front derailleur. These shifters are indexed to shift three gears, and feature micro-adjustments for perfect front derailleur alignment.
Shimano XTR M9100 shifters feature fast and intuitive operation. - Shimano I-Spec shifters mount directly to brakes so no handlebar clamp is needed - Compatible with both 11 and 12-speed drive trains - Right shifter features quicker lever access and light operation force, and is compatible with both 11 and 12-speed drive trains - Left shift features only one shift lever (2-way release)—push lever forward to up-shift; and either push or pull the lever to down-shift
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