$199.00 $299.00 33% Off
Using the proven Lev design, the Integra takes advantage of internal routing to provide a clean aesthetic on modern mountain bikes. Next level of integration is possible when you replace the inner clamp of ODI lock-on grips with the KG Alloy remote. - The LEV Integra's internally routed cable significantly cleans up the look of your bike - Black anodized mast and head with hard anodized stanchion - Adjustable air sprung hydraulic cartridge - Remote sold separately
$199.00 $389.00 49% Off
The KS LEV DX Dropper Seatpost is a more cost effective version of the LEV that sacrifices none of the legendary performance. While it gives up the flashier actuator lever, the remainder is essentially the same, making it a perfect option for those who can deal with a few added grams when it keeps a few dollars in their pockets. The LEV is prized for, among other things, the fixed cable box at the lower collar. The upshot is that you achieve a fixed cable position, which simplifies cable routing, and reduces the chance of your cable loop getting caught up in your suspension linkage. Further aiding the cable routing, you’re able to adjust the orientation of the cable box independently of the post’s rotation. This routing method is more user friendly than the stealth routing that’s become popular, while also being compatible with a number of frames that simply don’t allow for stealth routing in the first place. One of the immediately recognizable traits of the LEV is that the saddle is fixed in place, unlike many other posts that have a small degree of play out of the box. This is because the LEV is held in place by a one-way roller bearing, which clamps the inner post tight. Atop the inner-post, you’ll find a micro-adjust, zero-offset head allows for perfect saddle setup. Among the well-considered details that set the LEV apart, one of our favorites is the handlebar mounted remote. Unassuming as it may be, this miniscule engineering marvel feels great in the hand, and is a snap to operate. It’s designed to stand in place of the inner clamp on an ODI lock-on grip, should you choose. The DX forgoes the hinged clamp and carbon lever on the LEV in favor of an aluminum version, but like its composite sibling, it isn’t adorned with the sharp edges that can turn other actuator levers into flesh-hungry blades in the event of a crash.
$149.00 $199.00 25% Off
Shimano Tiagra ST-RS405 Right Side Shift/Brake Lever w/ BR-RS405 Disc Brake Caliper Shimano Tiagra 4700 series double shifter/brake lever for hydraulic disc brake. This part is new and non-packaged from the manufacturer.
$99.00 $300.00 67% Off
Campagnolo Centuar FC11-CE540C 10 Speed PowerTorque Carbon Chainset 175mm 34/50 On 11 November 1927, when Tullio Campagnolo found himself all alone at the foot of the first steep climbs of the Croce d’Aune, he was not afraid and did not give up. Now that today we can count on a whole crowd of friends along our path, keen fans and admirers of Campagnolo products, we will never give up. We have chosen this image from the turn of the century to trace the salient stages of our distant and recent history.Campagnolo is not just a company, a logo or a trademark. Campagnolo today can be described as a brand. Campagnolo Centuar FC11-CE540C 10 Speed PowerTorque Carbon Chainset 175mm 34/50 Completely new and redesigned by the Campy Tech Lab(TM) engineers according to a precise objective: to create a crankset that is easy to maintain, lightweight, and that retains the same U and Q factors of its "big brother" Ultra-Torque(TM). But that wasn't enough. Our engineers wanted to do more; i.e. to drastically improve shifting performance. The ultra-high quality bearings, positioned in the most extreme points of the central axle, guarantee the maximum smoothness and perfect efficiency of the pedalling over time. The new Power Torque System(TM) used for the Centaur(TM) crankset is the ideal solution for the Campagnolo(R) 10s drivetrains, with high rigidity of the cranks and chainrings along with an extremely limited weight, to achieve the most efficient power transmission. Ladies and gentlemen, meet Power Torque System™. This time, the axle is in a single piece firmly fixed to the right pedal crank of the crankset. The perfect coupling between central pin and pedal crank is ensured thanks to the particular geometry of the two components; this solution also makes it possible to eliminate the potential play between the different materials. To make the bottom bracket more efficient, we also worked on the inner part. Thanks to an elaborate sequence of thicknesses, we were able to obtain an incredibly light axle while offering an absolute response in terms of rigidity. Thanks to the studies conducted by the Campy Tech Lab engineers, material was removed in the zones that could be lightened but at the same time the points of maximum stress were strengthened. Only in this way was it possible to achieve such a high technical value. A careful working out of the dimensions made it possible to maintain the lateral measurements already defined with the "elder brother" Ultra Torque™, thus guaranteeing the maximum freedom of movement and reducing the possibility of contact with the shoes. The Campagnolo engineers concentrated on ensuring that installation and servicing would be extremely simple. The most complicated work has been done, so now it''s up to you to carry out four simple steps to fit the Power Torque System™ crankset quickly and with no potential for error. The right-hand bearing is already locked in the axle in correspondence with the crankset; the other is pre-inserted in the left-hand cup. No special tool is required, and the new crankset is ready to propel you over endless miles. That''s right, because another one of the objectives of the Power Torque System™ project was prolonged operating resistance. The tests conducted by the Campy Tech Lab were very exacting in this regard. Now it''s your turn Bottom Bracket not included
$99.00 $160.00 38% Off
Shimano's EW-WU111 D-Fly is a compact wireless data transmitter that adds a new dimension to your Di2 experience. The D-Fly plugs into Shimano's E-tube wiring system and seamlessly connects Di2 equipped bikes to compatible wireless cycle computers or smartphones, tablets and Windows PCs. D-Fly transmits data through both Bluetooth and ANT wireless protocols and allows riders to monitor Di2 gear position, battery life, as well as some other common rider data functions. Don't worry about more batteries to keep track of, the D-Fly shares the same Di2 battery that powers the Di2 shifting system. Your workout display and data file will be enriched with gear selection details and battery status. See where you can improve your gear choices and never be caught out with a drained Di2 battery! With Shimano's E-Tube software on your smartphone, tablet or Windows PC you can also customize your drivetrain settings and features and diagnose problems including on-the-fly derailleur microadjustment.
$35.00 $56.00 38% Off
The SHIMANO TIAGRA rear derailleur shifts with a consistently smooth, light action. Designed for 10-speed road drivetrains This part is new and non-packaged from the manufacturer.
$25.00 $100.00 75% Off
The Shimano SM-BTR2 is a rechargeable internal battery for use with Dura-Ace 9700 Di2 and Ultegra 6070 Di2* component systems. It's installed inside the seatpost, and accommodates a wide range of sizes thanks to the included slotted shims. It can be charged using the port on EW90-A/B cockpit junction box or SC-705 display unit, and requires the SM-BCR2 charger. The SM-BTR2 weighs 56 grams and charges in approximately 1.5 hours. Its charger (SM-BCR2), wiring kit, and frame mount are sold separately. *Requires a firmware update. You will need the SM-PCE1 PC Tool to install this update, which can be downloaded at http://e-tubeproject.shimano.com. Alternatively, the most recent firmware can be installed at your local Shimano Service Center. The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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