SRAM Aero500 22-speed TT Shifter Set

SRAM Aero500 22-speed TT Shifter Set
SRAM Aero500 22-speed TT Shifter Set
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Aero500 22-speed TT Shifter Set by SRAM
The SRAM 500 Aero 22 Speed TT Shifter Set are a classic bar end shifter for your SRAM 11 speed equipped drivetrain. The comfortable aluminum paddles allow you to shift from your aero position, helping you take full advantage of your wattage during your next time trial or triathlon. The rear 500 Aero shifter is indexed according to SRAM's 1:1 actuation ratio for crisp, precise shifts under power. The front shifter uses friction actuation instead, allowing for quick trim adjustments on the fly. It's designed specifically for use with SRAM Yaw derailleurs, and the result is a quiet, drag free drivetrain, regardless of the gear you select.The SRAM 500 Aero 22 Speed TT Shifter Set is available in one size, and in the color Black.

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