SRAM's RED shifters maximize the rider/bike interface. SRAM delivers on those bold words with every detail analyzed and refined: the transition from the hoods to the handlebar is smooth and seamless, the hood texture increases grip while offering additional cushioning, there's ample room for your fingers thanks to an overall smaller diameter and increased space behind the brake lever, and the larger, repositioned brake and shift levers give you unmatched control. And if that wasn't enough to make your hands feel right-at-home, independent reach adjustments for the shift and brake levers, and your choice of cable routing, will have you racking up record mileage. In addition to the high-end ergonomics and comfort, SRAM's renowned DoubleTap technology fires off up- and down-shifts from a single lever, reduces weight and leaves your brake-lever unfettered by shifting. Plus, the ZeroLoss cable pull yields immediate shifts for lightning-fast response. And the new no-trim front shifting works flawless with SRAM's revolutionary Yaw motion front derailleur.
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I have another bike with full SRAM Force, and these levers take the SRAM double-tap concept (which I love) to another level. Lighter, re-designed shape, shorter shifter throw, and adjustable reach! I just love the way these levers feel in the hand, and the way they shift. My only complaint is that I'm not a huge fan of the boy-racer graphics.