"Buck" <j u n k m a i l @ g a l a x y c o r p . c o m> wrote in message
> The only Shimano adjustable-reach road lever is in the Sora group. I don't know about other
Shimano recently introduced the ST-R600, which is apparently an Ultegra-level brifter with wedges of
various sizes that you insert to change the reach. Expensive, though.
> For mountain levers, many of them have adjustable reach. Just visit your local bike shop for a
> good selection.
> Specialized is now selling a set of adjustable-reach secondary levers for road bikes that mount on
> the horizontal section of the road bar. Think "safety levers" in concept without the crappy
> implementation. Here's a
Here's the long version:
I like this solution, too. Secondary levers are a popular item on cyclocross bikes, and there are a
number of models available, including a cheap ($30/pair) but apparently decent one from Tektro.