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Shimano Alivio M4000 RAPIDFIRE PLUS Shift Lever
$26.99
Mountain bikers have used RAPIDFIRE PLUS since 1985. RAPIDFIRE PLUS is still a winning choice from a wide range of riders from XC racers to free-riders. RAPIDFIRE PLUS is suited to quick shifting, giving riders the ability to downshift three gears in one stroke. RAPIDFIRE PLUS shifters from Alivio to XTR all feature 2-Way Release, which means release shifts by a pull of the index finger or push of the thumb. - Highly visible Optical Gear Display (3mm up position) - Model Number: SL-M4000 - Series: Alivio - Shift Lever Type: Rapidfire Plus - Front Shifting: 3-speed - 2-way Release: Yes - Optical Gear Display: Yes - Shift Cable Casing: OT-SP40
Shimano XT M8100 Clamp-Band 12-speed Shifter
$60.99
The Shimano Deore XT SL-M8100 shifter is designed for 12-speed drivetrains. - Clamp-band design - Instantaneous push and pull movements - Shifter Style: Trigger - Drivetrain Speeds: 12 - Rear Der/Shifter Compatibility: Shimano Mountain
SRAM Eagle AXS Controller Right-Side Two-Button
$199.99
At a glance, Eagle AXS™ brings the real benefits of wireless electronic shifting to the mountain bike. On a deeper level, it offers discerning riders unprecedented personalization and control of the drivetrain. On the bike and off. Deepening the relationship between machine and rider. This addition to the Eagle ecosystem enhances capability. Removes complexity. And provides riders an experience like never before imagined.
SRAM X9 Rear Trigger Shifter (10-speed)
$59.99
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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