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SRAMRival 22 ZeroLoss 11-Speed Shifters


Item # SRM001C

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Item # SRM001C

Rival 22 ZeroLoss 11-Speed Shifters

When you move your fingers to shift, you do so expecting instant engagement in the next gear. But, as you well know, that isn't always the case. SRAM's ZeroLoss technology ensures that your patience isn't tried and that your gears are ready when your legs are. The Rival 11-speed group is the latest to receive this technology.

Although Rival sits below Force in the SRAM line, it benefits from the same technology, which in turn  has trickled down from SRAM's top-of-the-line Red group. This includes a move to 11-speed technology. so you'll have 2 additional gears. ZeroLoss means that when you shift, the cables are instantly engaged so that there is no pause to move the chain into the next position, for the front or back of the drivetrain. Once in the big ring, the trim adjusts to ensure a smooth and quiet drivetrain. The DoubleTap shifting means short, quick shifts. And, to further guarantee that your shifts are solid, SRAM incorporated its reach adjust feature into the shifters so that they may be moved as close to or far away from the bars as your hand size dictates. 

Cabling may be routed through the Rival Shifters in two different ways, which allows for them to run on either the inside or outside of the handlebars—this provides a streamlined look and optimal cable placement no matter what handlebars or frame you ride.

With all the similarities to Force and Red, what exactly are the differences in the Rival 11-speed Shifters? Well, the levers are carbon fiber, but the body and all hardware is heavier stainless steel as opposed to the titanium featured in the other groups. This adds a bit of weight, though not enough to slow you down. Also, the ergonomic shape of the Rival is not quite as defines as the more pricey shifters. But with ZeroLoss and DoubleTap technology you still enjoy flawless, competition-level shifting.

  • SRAM's lightweight alloy shifters dial in the perfect ride
  • Forged aluminum sheds weight to maintain reliability and comfort
  • DoubleTap shifting technology changes gears easier and faster
  • Zero Loss technology enhances immediate engagement
  • Reach adjust dials in the perfect lever and paddle position

Tech Specs
Compatible ComponentsSRAM
Recommended Useroad riding, cyclocross
Manufacturer Warranty2 years

Actual Weight

Black, REAR

Claimed Weight

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[pair] 332g

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Great Shifters

Great and solid shifters, put this on a 1x build with a long cage rival derailleur, works great


Does the right lever come with any housing or inner cable?

>Rating: 5

Excellent shifting action

I've used it several times

Clean, precise shifting. Easy action and a perfect level of tactile feedback so you know when you've completed a shift. The double-tap shifting sounds counter-intuitive, but turns into second nature after a few shifts and I appreciate how clean it keeps the look of the levers. Pre-installed shift cables, sensible brake cable installation, and multiple cable routing options make them a snap to set up if you're a DIY mechanic. In short - these don't look, feel, or perform cheap. Excellent choice for adventure rigs, commuters, or upgrades to older bikes. If you care about great shifting performance but aren't too concerned about weight, these are the ticket!


Is this compatible with hydraulic brakes?


The picture shows a right side shifter. Is the the right side shift/brake lever for 85 dollars?


Will these shifters work with an X9 type 2 ten speed rear derailleur? (I want to run a 36t in the back)


Are these actually carbon levers? Because...

Are these actually carbon levers? Because on SRAM's website is says the levers are aluminum... I think the carbon levers start on the Force level.

Aluminum for sure.

Someone better correct that in the last paragraph then...

These are made of forged aluminum. Here is a link to the SRAM website