Shimano Xtr Di2 Sw m9050 Shift Lever
Drivetrain Shimano XTR Di2 SW M9050 Shift Lever. That honor falls to the derailleurs. The shifters are just the messengers, serving as intermediaries between you and the solenoid situated in the derailleur, which actually drives the shift. Still, the levers do benefit from some classic Shimano R&D attention in order to ensure that the messenger delivers its missive quickly and accurately so the derailleur can do its work.
Sram Aero500 22 speed Tt Shifter Set
Drivetrain SRAM Aero500 22 speed TT Shifter Set. The comfortable aluminum paddles allow you to shift from your aero position, helping you take full advantage of your wattage during your next time trial or triathlon. The rear 500 Aero shifter is indexed according to SRAM’s 1:1 actuation ratio for crisp, precise shifts under power. The front shifter uses friction actuation instead, allowing for quick trim adjustments on the fly.
Sram Etap Axs Blipbox
Drivetrain SRAM eTap AXS BlipBox. It’s also AXS enabled meaning, via the app, it allows for easy personalization.The BlipBox allows you to use SRAM’s Blips and Clics, with two ports per side for a total of four remote shifter ports, the Blips or aerobar Clics replace standard shift levers. It provides that same simple and intuitive eTap shift logic and its wireless setup makes for easy install, travel, and use. The eTap AXS BlipBox works with 1 and 2x setups including both generations of eTap.
Sram Etap Blipbox A1
Drivetrain SRAM eTap BlipBox A1. Setup is super easy and with no shifter cable and housing, looks very clean and the group executes shifts accurately and with precision. With eTap shifter/brake levers for drop bars, it and any Blip remotes plugged in it communicate wirelessly with the front and rear derailleurs. If you’re looking to run eTap on your triathlon or TT bike and want to run Blip remotes on the aero extensions and the base bar, you’ll need to plug the Blips into SRAM’s eTap BlipBox A1 for the wireless magic to happen.The BlipBox manages the wireless shifting via AIREA, SRAM’s proprietary 128-bit encryption communication protocol, turning your clicks into derailleur movement.