Shimano Sora ST-R3000/R3030 STI Brake/Shift Levers (Black) (Right) (9 Speed) (Dual Control)

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Shimano Sora ST-R3000/R3030 STI Brake/Shift Levers (Black) (Right) (9 Speed)
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The Shimano Sora ST-R3000 Brake/Shift Lever is one of the most reliable and common shift levers on the road today.

Note: 2x front shifter is only compatible with Sora R3000 2x front derailleur.

Features:

  • Internal cable routing for lighter steering action and a clean handlebar area
  • Adjustable reach
  • Graphite fiber reinforced plastic bracket body
  • Aluminum main lever

Specifications:
Shifter Style: Lever (Road)
Speed: 2 x 9 Speed, 3 x 9 Speed
Derailleur Compatibility: Shimano Road & Mountain (6, 7, 8, 9 Speed)
Shift Mechanism: Cable Actuated
Adjustable Reach: Yes
Brake Type: Mechanical
Brake Pull: Short Pull
Color: Black
Weight: -

This product was added to our catalog on April 3, 2017

BigSherm
Verified Owner
Thursday, Aug 25 2022 (about a year ago)
Shimano Sora ST-R3000/R3030 STI Brake/Shift Levers (Black) (Left) (2x)
Solid action and great price.
I totally overthought whether I should use these on my budget touring bike build, or go with trekking bars using some combination of bar end shifters and separate brake levers.
I’m a sporty road cyclist, and since I’m used to brake ing and shifting in one lever, I’m totally glad I went with these.
Though they are quite a bit less cash than top of the line stuff, their action is crisp and solid, and they seem built to last.
BigSherm
Verified Owner
Thursday, Aug 25 2022 (about a year ago)
Shimano Sora ST-R3000/R3030 STI Brake/Shift Levers (Black) (Right) (9 Speed)
Solid action and great price.
I totally overthought whether I should use these on my budget touring bike build, or go with trekking bars using some combination of bar end shifters and separate brake levers.
I’m a sporty road cyclist, and since I’m used to brake ing and shifting in one lever, I’m totally glad I went with these.
Though they are quite a bit less cash than top of the line stuff, their action is crisp and solid, and they seem built to last.