Profile Design 3/One Carbon Brake Lever

Profile Design 3/One Carbon Brake Lever
Profile Design 3/One Carbon Brake Lever
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3/One Carbon Brake Lever by Profile Design
The Profile Design 3/One Carbon Brake Lever is built specifically for those rare moments when you actually want to slow down on your TT bike. With a sleek construction that minimizes drag, and a single-finger design, it's an exercise in functional minimalism, without compromise. The 3/One gets its Carbon designation from the carbon fiber brake levers. They're sculpted to provide perfect single-finger braking. The mount is an injection-molded composite affair, with an expander wedge to hold itself in place. It's designed to route the brake lever inside your aero bar, which further reduces drag to help you maximize your speed and efficiency. The Profile Design 3/One Carbon Brake Lever is available in one size and in the color Black.

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SKU: PRD000B
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