Bike Yoke Triggy Dropper Remote Adapter

Bike Yoke Triggy Dropper Remote Adapter
Bike Yoke Triggy Dropper Remote Adapter
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Triggy Dropper Remote Adapter by Bike Yoke
Easily mount your Triggy remote on your handlebars with the Bike Yoke Triggy Dropper Remote Adapter. A quality machined design delivers a durable adapter, while the multiple mounting positions lets you run it however far or close you want it from the grips.

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SKU: BYK0003
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