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ShimanoUltegra ST-R8000 STI Shifters
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So good it's scary.

Shimano's Ultegra is often thought of as a budget racer's group or one that was worthy to put on a top tier frame helping to bring the total price down. This latest version performs so flawlessly that unless you are just dead-set on Dura-Ace, you should seriously consider the Ultegra 8000 group. Because it's a serious drivetrain for serious cyclists. The Ultegra ST-R8000 STI Shifters have enough DNA from the new 9100 shifters—themselves perhaps the pinnacle of mechanical shifting—that you will have a hard time separating them as twins.

An all new look, larger gear range, and smoother, more precise shifting are the hallmarks of the redesigned Ultegra group. We've always felt like the control levers on a road bike are akin to the central nervous system and must perform complex and precise tasks such as firing off shifts with proper indexing to provide just enough cable tension or slack to initiate a clean shift or pulling the right ratio of cable for controlled braking and rider feedback. This group is damn good at both. A group is only as good as the sum of its parts; however we've put enough miles on this new Ultegra group to realize that it is the best version we've ridden,. The improved ergonomics and super-light-shift and brake action make these Ultegra ST-R8000 STI shifters a perfect perch for Tuesday night worlds or a weekend double century.

Shimano's mastery of shift indexing allows it to create shifting action that is more positive yet feels lighter and requires less effort. The new 8000 group is backward-compatible with Ultegra 6800, but to reap the most benefits of the new control levers, we recommend pairing them with the new series derailleurs and brake calipers. Most of the 8000 control levers share material makeup with the 9100 group. A slight increase in weight and a few bearings substituted for bushings are the most notable exceptions. We would place some heavy bets that most riders wouldn't be able to distinguish between the two in back-to-back rides.

The lever body is made from Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic (CFRP), like the 9100, but the main lever blade is also CFRP rather than the carbon fiber found on 9100. On the scale and in your wallet, you're looking at a 73g and $200 increase. Despite the different materials, the brake reach adjustment has still been increased to fit more hand sizes. Included in that price of admission is the excellent SP41 cable housing and polymer-coated stainless steel cables. The new hoods are also a direct descendant from 9100 and the texture and rubber compound make them an enjoyable hand-hold with or without gloves and during any season.

  • Road race shift levers that tackle gravel and training miles
  • Lighter, more precise action than predecessors
  • Shorter lever stroke requires less effort and pressure
  • Improved ergonomics provide easier braking from the hoods
  • Includes SP41 housing and polymer coated cables
  • Great value controls that are reliable for many miles
Tech SpecsWeight
Tech Specs
[hoods] dual-compound rubber, [lever body] CFRP
Crankset Compatibility
Compatible Components
Shimano 11-speed road
Recommended Use
cyclocross, gravel, road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

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Unanswered Question

Can these shifters work in place of a Shimano Ultegra Flight Deck? I have Ultegra chain rings and Dura Ace derailer on my road bike.

No Complaints

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

So far so good. No Complaints. It was definitely worth the upgrade. The shifts are very smooth, and doesn't require much pressure when using.

Shimano R8000 Shifters

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

No complaints with these shifters! I used these with a R8000 rear derailleur and a R9100 front derailleur and they worked perfectly. Shifts are smooth and crisp.

I have hydraulic disk brakes, will Ultegra ST-R8000 STI Shifters be compatible? Or should I be looking at a different setup?

You’ll need the R8020 shifters. There is a hydraulic specific set.

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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Recently upgraded one of my bikes from Shimano 6800 to the new R8000 group and couldn't be any happier! The upgrades to the cranks, derailleurs, brakes and shifters have made this one worthwhile upgrade.
These new shifters have such a lighter action and feel more like the original Shimano Dura Ace 7800 series shifters. The kit does include both brake and shifter cable sets.
If you have any questions please reach out to me.

Hey Scott, The r8000 shifters....can the be used with mechanical disc brakes? (Road disc TRP Spyre)

The description says this set comes with cable housing and cables. Does it come with both shift and brake housing and cable? What length do you get for the housing?

I couldn't tell you the exact length, but it is MORE than enough, even if you have an unusually long stem. You will likely need to cut the housing so it isn't too long. Measure twice, and give yourself some room.