$11.99 - $14.00
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 a handful of gears at once.
$47.99 - $50.00
Designed for the most discerning, performance obsessed riders, SRAM's GX 2x11 Rear Grip Shifter features weight-saving construction and delivers outstanding speed and precision. SRAM's X-Actuation gives you precise and dependable 11-speed performance. This right-side rear shifter is compatible with SRAM's GX 11-speed derailleurs and cassettes. • Full metal, 11-speed indexing keeps shifting crisp and precise with Grip Shift • Three rows of ball bearings provide zero friction or play—reducing the force needed to shift and promoting long-term performance under all weather conditions with Grip Shift • Once the Grip Shift shifter and grip interlock securely, forged aluminum clamps on either end reinforce the assembly by locking tightly to handlebar • Weight: 144 grams
SRAM's 11-speed X01 Trigger Shifter fires off shifts quickly, precisely, and most importantly, dependably. It uses SRAM's X-Actuation for sharp, consistent shifts over any terrain, in any condition. An aluminum body and lever keeps the weight down, and the adjustable clamp mount and trigger position lets you dial in the ergonomics. Plus, its compact size plays well with almost all brake levers and is MatchMaker X compatible.
- Drivetrain Speeds: 3x9 - Front Der/Shifter Compatibility: Shimano Mountain - Shifter Style: Trigger - Includes shift cables and housing
Shimano's Dura-Ace Bar-End Shifters are great for tourists, commuters, cyclocrossers, triathletes and time trialers. They provide precise and reliable shifting on double- and triple-chainring drivetrains. The rear shifter offers an index and friction mode (no clicks), for use on almost any bicycle.
Shimano's Saint "Shorty" Rapidfire shifter is heavenly when it comes to durability and crisp shifting. The Saint boasts optional inboard or outboard shifter mounting so you can run it on either side of your brake. The triggers shift in both directions, depending on your preference and are short enough so they won't interfere with your hand placement. And when you do take that occasional digger, the shifter pod is hidden away under the brake lever for extra security.
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.
$8.99 - $13.99
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.
Put your finger on the pulse of sharp, dependable shifting with the SRAM X1 trigger shifter. Built for precise and swift shifting across SRAM's wide range 11-speed cassette, the X1 trigger shifter brings championship technology to every ride. • SRAM 1X X-ACTUATION for precise and dependable 11-speed performance • Zero Loss Engagement for fastest shifting • MatchMaker X compatible • Aluminum cover and forged aluminum pull lever • Colors: Black
Experience the precise, positive feel of SRAM with their X7 Trigger Shifters. They're perfect for casual and serious riders alike thanks to their aluminum and composite construction that both reduces weight and boosts strength. And, the X7s feature SRAM's 1:1 actuation ratio for the ultimate in crisp shifting.
When things get hectic, a missed shift can be the difference between winning and losing, cleaning a hard section or walking. So SRAM designed the ultra-compact X9 shifters with an Exact Actuation 1:1 cable pull ratio and the same ball bearing lever pivots used in XO and XX shifters to deliver lightning fast shifts. Crafted from lightweight aluminum and composite materials, the X9s will meet the demands of any rider. You've got plenty going on when flying down the trail, with SRAM X9 triggers that list gets a lot shorter.
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