SRAM Red eTap Blip Shift Buttons

SRAM Red eTap Blip Shift Buttons
SRAM Red eTap Blip Shift Buttons
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Red eTap Blip Shift Buttons by SRAM
With the simple tap of your finger, the SRAM Red eTap Blip Shift Buttons allow you to shift and choose where you want to be in control of your drivetrain. Working with SRAM's wireless AIREA satellite technology, this component gives you the advantage of maintaining a consistent body position during the hard-hitting last few meters of a long climb. You'll be able to mount the Blip Shift buttons anywhere on your drop or aero bars for added customization and accessibility, so don't write off an important aspect of eTap's line. They may not be the biggest or shiniest, but they're quality components that deliver what you need when you're stretched thin on a long ride.

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SKU: SRM009V
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