Shifters on bicycles are components that allow the rider to change gears. They typically attach to the handlebars of a bike and are operated by thumb or finger-operated levers, allowing you to quickly shift between different bicycle gear ratios depending on your terrain and riding conditions. Bicycle Shifting is done by moving a chain from one sprocket to another, which changes the amount of resistance you feel when pedaling. This makes it easier for riders to adjust their speed while going up hills or cruising down flat surfaces. Many bikes now come with automatic shifting systems (Shimano, Enviolo, SRAM), but manual shifters offer more control over how quickly you can transition between gears.

Gear shifting on bicycles is the process of changing the gear ratio between the chainring and rear sprocket. This allows a cyclist to adjust their pedaling cadence (pedaling speed) and/or power output depending on terrain, road conditions, or desired speed. The majority of modern bicycles feature multiple gears that are shifted using either a shifter located near the handlebars or by pushing buttons integrated into brake levers. Depending on the type of bicycle, there may be up to 27 different speeds available through various combinations of chainrings and cogsets in the rear cassette. Gear shifting is an important part of riding a bike as it helps cyclists climb hills with ease, maintain control at high speeds, and conserve energy over long distances.

We sell shifters from Shimano, SRAM, Campagnolo, Paul Components.