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  • TT Blade Lever Set, Front (Left) and Rear (Right) Shifters ($175.00)
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Item # SRM0230

Shift to aerodynamics.

SRAM's TT-specific component line-up is comprised of a grand total of two components, one of which is these carbon fiber bar end shift levers. SRAM has the distinction of offering the only carbon bar end shifters in the marketplace, which is why they're so delightfully lightweight. They tip the scales at 138g for the set. Another benefit of their carbon construction is the latitude it gave SRAM to craft them in such an aerodynamic profile.

SRAM's bar end shifters are indexed for rear shifting. They utilize the same Exact Actuation technology as SRAM's DoubleTap levers. No matter where your derailleur is positioned, one shift moves the identical distance of cable -- giving you the crispest possible shifting throughout the range. Just like Shimano and Campagnolo, you get friction front shifting here.

The shift levers themselves are carbon, while the top cover is made from durable anodized aluminum, and it clamps inside your bars using an internal alloy expander. SRAM designed these levers to be compatible with all models of TT bars.

Given that the rear shifter utilizes Exact Actuation technology, SRAM recommends that you use these levers only with a SRAM drivetrain -- Red, Force or Rival. These levers come with a set of Teflon coated stainless shift cables.

  • Exact Actuation delivers precise 3mm shifts with each click for clean, reliable shifting
  • Carbon fiber pull lever and aluminum top cover for light weight and durability
  • Internal adjustment for precise cable release tuning

Tech Specs

, [blade]
Crankset Compatibility:
2 x 10
Compatible Components:
SRAM 10-speed road drivetrains
Actual Weight:
TT Blade Lever Set, Front (Left) and Rear (Right) Shifters: 183g
Recommended Use:
time trial, cycling

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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Work well - keep in mind that these operate just like the Shimano ones and are NOT double tap.