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Hydro is here to stay.
Bringing hydraulic disc brake compatibility to their new-and-improved Ultegra shifters, Shimano's ST-R8020 Shifters/Brake levers provide greater rider control in all conditions. With ergonomics in mind, Shimano took design cues from their Dura-Ace 9100 groupset, shrinking the bracket while featuring a textured hood and redesigned shape for the optimal shifter placement and a firm, comfortable grip. With the addition of hydraulic disc braking, you'll have total control in all conditions, while receiving greater reach adjustment range for the perfect placement.
- Series: Ultegra.
- Gearing: 2 x 11-speed.
- Brake compatibility: hydraulic disc brake.
- Lever Material: Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic.
- Lever Body Material: Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic.
- Mount: Clamp (closed).
- Shift Cable Casing: OT-SP41.
- Shift Cable: Polymer coated.
- Approx. Weight: 550g pair.
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great product, great price
Wish it was lighter, grips have awkward bumps from cable routing.
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