Shimano Goes Gravel
When it comes to the thrill of the ride, the brake lever is just as important as the pedals. No matter if you prefer road racing or off-road mountain bike trails, make sure you have the responsibility of stopping on a dime while going top speeds. The Shimano GRX BL-RX600-L Hydraulic Disc Brake Lever is here to completely change your cycling game, giving you greater control over mixed terrain for many adventures to come.
This gravel-inspired lever is a hydraulic brake system designed to maximize control and efficiency. The lever features ergonomic engineering to improve comfort while a textured brake lever increases control on bumpy roads or trails. The anti-slip lever even has reach adjust, so you never spin out even on those extra muddy days.
The Shimano GRX BL-RX600-L shifter brings greater rider control for mixed-terrain riding thanks to Shimano's category-leading hydraulic disc brakes. Weighing in at only 300 grams, this easy-to-operate brake lever is sure to keep you going without holding you back. When the adventure calls, meet it with the hydraulic brakes that maximize control.
Anti-slip brake lever design with reach adjust
Greater control when riding in mixed terrain
Gravel inspired lever and bracket ergonomics
Same light shifting operation as Top grade systems
Reach adjust mechanism allows the lever to be adjusted to suit any hand size, type of riding, and individual rider preferences
About 300g weight for increased durability
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