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SRAM RED 22 Hydraulic DoubleTap Replacement Lever
$380.00
Replacement Hydraulic lever only. Does not include rubber hood or brake caliper. Includes 2000mm hose and fittings - Drivetrain Speeds: 11 - Brake Lever Actuation: Hydraulic - Shifter/Derailleur Compatibility: SRAM 11 - Cassette Spacing: Shimano/SRAM 11 - Adjustable Reach: Yes - Brake Lever Actuation: Hydraulic - Rear Der/Shifter Compatibility: SRAM Exact Actuation
Shimano Dura-Ace 9120 11-Speed Dual Control Levers w/Hydraulic Brakes
$394.99
- Quick And Intuitive Rear Shifting Operation - Shorter Lever Stroke - Redesigned Internal Shifting Unit - Lighter Front Shifting Operation - Redesign Front System With New Front Derailleur - Comfortable Grip And Operation - More Customizable And Precise Lever Position - Expanded Reach Adjustment Range (14 Mm) Mechanical Brake - Consistent Braking Performance In Any Condition - Easy Brake Control Hydraulic Brake
Shimano Ultegra ST-R8020/BR-8070 Brake/Shift Lever with Caliper
$404.99
Shimano Ultegra ST-R8020 mechanical shift and hydraulic brake dual control lever and BR-R8070 flat-mount brake caliper. This dual control lever features Servowave brake lever technology, making initial pad travel very fast, so little lever movement is needed to bring the pads into contact with the rotor. The power multiplication factor then increases rapidly at the pad-to-rim contact so more of the lever stroke is used to apply greater braking power with improved control. - The double hydraulic brake/mechanical shift lever is equipped with a reach adjust mechanism, meaning the distance from the handlebar grip to the lever can be adjusted to suit any hand size - Servowave brake technology means instant response and maximum modulation. - The Ultegra BR-R8070 flat-mount caliper is designed with one way bleeding technology which prevents air from entering the system and is easy and clean to maintain - Caliper also features Shimano's Ice Technology to reduce heat buildup for constant, stable braking
Campagnolo Record EPS TT Shift/Brake Levers
$485.00
When you're racing against the clock, there's no room for mistakes, so Campagnolo's Record EPS TT Shift/Brake Levers ensure a perfect shift every time. In addition, flawless braking is always at hand thanks to the contoured, ergonomic carbon levers. And with easy-to-access buttons and the power of electronic shifting, you can switch gears even while braking.
SRAM RED HRD Shift Lever/Hydraulic Brake
$539.99
If you believe in better performance then you should believe in hydraulic road (HydroR) brakes. SRAM's award winning HydroR technology is the fulfillment of the promise of better braking, more control, and improved performance in all conditions. SRAM RED is delivering on the promise of braking confidence and security that brings speed control and stability to a new level. - RED ergonomics including Reach Adjust - SRAM Road 11-speed compatible - Optimized power and modulation for higher speeds and more control - Refined lever body design is more comfortable - Easy access bleed port means convenient service - Shift paddle design is lightweight and offers improved finger clearance - Moto-style means this is a right-side (rear) shifter with a front brake, the reverse of the normal American-style. - Front brake hose length is 950mm, rear brake hose length is 1800mm
Campagnolo H11 Right Ergopower Control Lever w/Hydraulic Brake Caliper
$550.00
Integrated brake/shift lever with hydraulic line and flat mount disc caliper attached. Shift lever features 11-Speed Ultra-Shift shifting providing the ability to up shift 5 sprockets and down 3. Composite lever body with carbon brake lever. - Brakes are shipped dry, and require bleeding after installation. Compatible with both Campagnolo and Magura bleed fittings - Requires the use of H11 crankset and MY15 and newer Chorus, Record or Super Record derailleurs - Adjustable reach and lever throw - Ultra-Shift Ergonomics design makes it possible to utilize three different hand positions on the levers - Vari-Cushion silicon hoods provide variable cushioning zones to optimize comfort while grooved areas drain water away improving grip - Double curvature brake lever allows for engagement and modulation from any hand position - Includes genuine Campagnolo shift cables and housing
Campagnolo Super Record 12 Speed Right Lever w/Hydraulic Brake Caliper
$580.00
The new Super Record 12x2 Speed Disc Brake groupset is Campagnolo's highest expression of technology and evolution. It is geared towards riders who want to equip their bicycle with the best the market offers in terms of performance and distinctiveness. The need to improve what is already considered the benchmark means every single detail, even the most basic, is attended to. The new Super Record 12x2 Speed Disc Brake groupset is presented on the market with an innovative rear derailleur designed with 3D Embrace technology that enables the chain to maintain the highest level of traction, even on the smallest sprockets. The new front derailleur with its double connector rod system enhances the use of the 24 speeds and takes full advantage of each combination of metric development. It always finds the ideal ratio for every incline. The new Ergopower controls are even more ergonomic due to the unique shape of the levers that allow for even better operation. The new crankset with the two-by-two coupling of the arms is a step forward in stiffness, whilst keeping constant the technologies and advantages characteristic of Super Record. The new sprocket packs contain an extra sprocket and highlight the incredibly technological processing of the larger sprockets enclosed in the two triplet single-piece monolith units. The new 5.2 mm chain maintains the high Campagnolo standards, enhancing the derailings of the new Super Record drivetrain through the alignment of the pins on the external links. Last but not least, the Disc Brake technology developed by Campagnolo for the 2018 product range ensures that the Super Record groupset has the greatest braking force and modulability possible.
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