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SRAM MRX Comp Micro Front Twist Shifter
$19.99
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.
SRAM MRX Comp Rear Twist Shifter
$19.99
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.
SRAM X9 Rear Trigger Shifter (10-speed)
$61.00
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.
SRAM X01 Eagle Trigger Shifter
$129.99
A rider's cockpit is a rider's sanctuary and the shifter is at the heart of it. Make any refinement, and it better have been made to elevate performance—the X01 Eagle shifter holds fast to these rules. It features a forged aluminum trigger to hold up better to the demands that X01 Eagle riders ask of their machines, and an enhanced lever feel rolling on sealed cartridge bearings, offering more precision through the range of its movement. - Forged aluminum trigger designed to better take abuse - Enhanced lever feel and precision - X01 Eagle Master colorway matches all cassettes and chains as part of the Eagle Colorsystem
SRAM Centra Rear Twist Shifter
SRAM's Centra Twist Shifters are simple to use, offer solid shifting, and reliable construction. They feature a large ergonomic grip section and SRAM's 1:1 actuation for solid shifts. Plus, with a simple twist of the wrist, you can shift a handful of gears at once.
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