MTB & Road Bike Brake Levers

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Shimano ST-R8170 Ultegra Di2 STI Shift / Brake Lever
WAS
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NOW CA$440.41 CA$440.41
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Shimano ST-R8150 Ultegra Di2 STI Shift / Brake Lever
WAS
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NOW CA$251.66 CA$251.66
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Shimano R400 Drop Bar Brake Levers
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NOW CA$54.34 CA$54.34
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Shimano BL-M6100 Deore I-Spec EV Complete Brake Lever
WAS
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NOW CA$37.73 CA$37.73
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Shimano BL-M4100 I-Spec EV Complete Brake Lever
WAS
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NOW CA$22.14 CA$22.14
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Shimano GRX BL-RX812 Sub Brake Levers
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NOW CA$57.24 CA$57.24
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Shimano BL-M7100 SLX Brake Lever
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NOW CA$50.95 CA$50.95
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Shimano BL-M8100 XT Brake Lever
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NOW CA$60.01 CA$60.01
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SRAM Force 1 Left Hand Brake Lever
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NOW CA$90.92 CA$90.92
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SRAM Rival 1 Single Brake Lever
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NOW CA$62.91 CA$62.91
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As the point for operating your brakes, brake levers perform a pretty important job! Brake levers are designed to as comfortable and ergonomic as possible, making them easy to use and allow maximum power to be extracted from the brake itself. We stock a range of brake levers that covers everything from cable-operated levers for flat bar road bikes through to replacement levers for hydraulic brakes, which are perfect if you happen to damage one in a crash or if the lever is beyond fixable in anyway, as it is much cheaper than a whole new brake.