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Shimano
GRX ST-RX810-LA Dropper Post Lever

Mfg PartNum:ISTRX810LAIP
2449
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GRX Dropper Post Lever

Back in the day, preparing for gravel racing and adventure riding meant having to decide between pure road components or mountain bike components. There can be drawbacks to both. The GRX ST-RX810 Dropper Post Lever allows you to lower your center of gravity, when you're descending those long bumpy fire-roads in the drops, improving confidence and control. There's no need to change hand position mid-ride to initiate your dropper post. The ST-RX810 Dropper Post optimizes space in your cockpit for a more sleek, minimal look while giving you maximum control, removing the need to move your hands out of your drops.

Please note: this lever is only compatible with Shimano GRX 1x drivetrains. Dropper actuation takes the place of the left shifter which prevents 2x compatibility. Additionally, the shift cable head must be positioned at the lever. This means it only works with dropper posts that can clamp to the cable itself without relying on having the cable head at the post.

Details:

  • GRX ST-RX810 brake lever controls your dropper post
  • Tidies cockpit and reduces distraction
  • Initiate dropper post without chaning hand positions
  • Gravel inspired lever and bracket ergonomics
  • Anti-slip brake lever
  • Compatible with 1x GRX drivetrains only
  • Designed for GRX Series Hydraulic disc brake calipers

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    Claimed Weight: 263 g

     

    Discipline: Gravel/Mixed-terrain 

     

    Group Compatibility: Shimano GRX 

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