Magura USA HC Brake Lever Blade

Magura USA HC Brake Lever Blade
Magura USA HC Brake Lever Blade
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HC Brake Lever Blade by Magura USA
Freeing up real estate in your cockpit can be tricky, particularly in an era when we're loading ourselves with more and more components that need to be within a finger's reach. Opting for clamps that group components together is one option, but minimizing the space they need is another option that we're fond of. The Magura HC Brake Lever Blade is an easy fix for just that, with a short 1-finger lever that can be swapped onto your Magura brakes with ease. This compact lever allows for less space on your bar to be filled, and comfortable one-finger braking that doesn't risk pinching your other digits when you need to grab a fist-full, or rather finger-full of brake.

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SKU: MGR002K
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