R2C Aero Shifters

R2C Aero Shifters
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SRAM R2C Yaw Aero Shifters

Motorsports shifting hits Time Trial & Triathlon

Features that only high performance motorsports drivers enjoy are now available for the best Triathletes and Time Trial specialists in the world, including IM World Champion Pete Jacobs, and 2010 Champion, Mirinda Carfrae.

No need to bend your hands anymore, SRAM’s new R2C (Return to Center) bar-end shift lever allows you to start in your best aerodynamic position and keeps you there! After every shift it immediately and automatically returns to the starting ‘center’. No more stress, awkward hand positions, or loss of concentration. Just focus on your search for speed.

The aero shifting blade is made of unidirectional carbon and has been shaped perfectly to fit between the thumb and the first finger. The inside titanium bolt enables you to adjust the initial position of the shift lever within a 40 degrees range for a 100% customized fit. Rear shifting is indexed for fast and flawless gear changes, while the front shifter is available for 10-speed in YAW™, as well as SRAM’s traditional systems.

 

Weight175g
Speeds10
Recommended GroupSRAM Red
MaterialCarbon Shifter Blade, Titanium Bolts
R2C™

Function Unlike traditional ‘clocking’ bar-end shifters, the R2C mechanism returns the shifter blade to its ‘home’ position after each pull or release stroke. This spring loaded feature allows the rider to maintain the blade and hand position for optimal aerodynamics and concentration. Fit Allowing up to 40 degree blade adjustment, the R2C ‘home’ position is customize-able to match any rider’s fit whether using Straight, Ski-bend or S-shaped bar extensions.

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MSRP (Pair)
USD: $347
Euro: €313
Euro MSRP includes VAT

Some variations of this product featured on this page are not available for purchase and are installed on bicycles as original equipment only. See your dealer for details.

SRAM Warranty (2.3 MB, PDF)

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