Bike Yoke Triggy Dropper Remote

Bike Yoke Triggy Dropper Remote
Bike Yoke Triggy Dropper Remote
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Triggy Dropper Remote by Bike Yoke
The Bike Yoke Triggy Dropper Remote sets the standard for how a remote triggered post should function. Crafted from machined aluminum, this dropper remote has a unique feel and finish, and has direct bolt mounting options for a wide array of brake and clamp setups. The integrated cable tensioner lets you make adjustments on the fly, and the versatile design provides compatability with a variety of different droppers.

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SKU: BYK0002
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