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Shimano 105 R7000 Dual Control Lever
$114.95 - $244.99
The Shimano 105 R7000 mechanical brake Dual Control Levers bring quick and intuitive shifting and confidant braking in an affordable package. Features - Redesigned internal shifting unit - Greater reach adjust range - Easier access to inner shift cable - Quick and intuitive rear shifting operation - Reliable performance in race conditions - Lighter front shifting when paired with FD-R7000
Shimano Acera EF-500-2A EZ Fire Shift/Brake Lever
$20.99
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)
Gevenalle CX2 Shifters
$199.00
Unlock your racing potential with function-first, purpose-built cyclocross shifters from Gevenalle. Their CX2 Shifters beautifully address the unique demands CX racing places on racers and their equipment. Take the simplicity, durability, and speed of a classic thumb shifter, integrate it into a drop-bar brake lever, and you have the CX2. This approach has a number of ‘cross-specific advantages over common road shift/brake combo levers. First off, the simple-to-maintain design won’t get clogged with mud, so they’ll work perfectly no matter what conditions you face. And, with CX2 shifters, a single, fluid motion lets you push through all or part of your cassette’s range, instantly nailing those drastic shifts that can mean the difference between running or riding a critical section. Gevenalle separates the shifting and braking levers, so you can shift while precisely modulating your brakes—a huge advantage in any ‘cross race. And, you get all these advantages in a system that weighs less than most road combo shifters. CX2 is compatible with both double and triple chainring setups, and can be used with single-ring setups by simply removing the left shifter.
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