$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.
For those who ride road bikes and prefer the upright riding style and stability of flat bars, Shimano Tiagra flat bar shifters are an ideal choice. - Instant release, 2-way release - Rapidfire Plus technology - Optical gear display - Includes SP41 shift cable set - Compatible with standard road front derailleurs
$8.99 - $13.00
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.
$11.99 - $13.99
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.
$16.99 - $18.49
Shimano Altus M310 shifters for 3x7 or 3x8 drivetrains. - Optical gear display - Stainless steel shift cables included
Shimano's Deore XT Dyna-Sys 10-Speed RapidFire Shifters are a long-time favorite that places triggers immediately under your forefingers and thumbs. The ergonomic positioning is further enhanced by two reliable ball-bearing units for a smooth, dependable short-throw action. With the 2-way release, you can pull the upper trigger with your finger or push it your thumb, giving you the ultimate in versatility. Furthering that versatility, the front shifter has a mode converter so you can switch it between 2- or 3-ring set ups. It also includes a removable Optical Gear display for heads-up monitoring of gear choices.
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.
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