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Bike shifters


Bike shifting is a basic part of the bicycle drive. It allows the rider to change gears and thus adapt to different terrains and driving conditions. There are several bicycle shift systems available, each with its own design and functionality:

  • Shift Levers: This shift consists of separate up and down shift levers. They are usually mounted on the handlebars and are operated by pressing or pulling the levers with your thumbs.
  • Handle Shifting: Also known as rotary, this shifting system features a rotary mechanism that allows riders to shift gears by turning a handle mounted on the handlebars.
  • Handlebar End Shifters: These are designed for road bikes and are mounted on the ends of the handlebars. They offer a simple and reliable shifting mechanism, which is usually controlled by pressing or pulling a lever located at the end of the handlebars.
  • Gearing of road bikes: The gearing is usually combined with brake levers, it is STI gearing.
  • Electronic shifters: These modern shifters use electronic signals to control gear changes.

When considering the choice of shifting, it is necessary to take into account the design and number of speeds of the bicycle drive for which the shifting is to be used.

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