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Shifter Summary
A bicycle shifter, also known as a gear control or gear lever, is a component used to control the gearing mechanisms and to select the desired gear ratio. Typically, they operate either a derailleur mechanism or an internal hub gear mechanism. In either case, the control is operated by moving a cable that connects the shifter to the gear mechanism. Shifters are mounted on the down tube of the frame, on the handlebars, or at the ends of triathlon bars. Major manufacturers of shifters include Shimano, Campagnolo, and SRAM.

The controls are mounted so that the right shifter controls the rear derailleur and the left shifter controls the front derailleur. For hub gears, the control is also mounted on the right.

The trend in shifting development has been to reduce the need for the rider to direct attention away from riding. Friction shifters gave way to index shifters, which do not require fine-tuning during a gear change.
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SRAM Force Shift/brake Lever Set
$219.00 - 439.00 (-25%)
Weight: 1134 g
SRAM Rival Double Tap Levers
Individual: $125.00
Set: $251.00
Weight: 320 g
Shimano Ultegra 6700 Shifters
Individual: $154.99
Set: $174.99
Weight: 445 g
SRAM Rival Doubletap Shifters
Individual: $175.07
Set: $250.99
SRAM Rival 10s Shifters
Set: $125.00
Individual: $350.30
Weight: 160 g
Shimano 105 ST 5703
$161.99 - 307.39 (-4%)
Shimano 105 ST-5700 Shift Levers
Set: $116.99
Individual: $129.95
Campagnolo Veloce Ergopower Lever
$154.29 - 224.00 (15%)
Weight: 351 g
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