Adam Clement of PortlandMark DinucciRetroshift, which embodies the idea with the help of, is an item that attracted attention as an old and new item. In a nutshell, the analog version of the STI-type brake lever, which has the W lever or barcon moved over the brake lever, fits nicely.
All of Portland's local riders have the advantage of being able to shift 4-5 gears at a time, the structure is simple and light, and the structure is hard to break.
Such a retro shift changed the company name to Givenalle, and began to focus on developing components that match the more diversified dirt roads, and it has grown into an indispensable manufacturer now.
A rear shifter designed exclusively for Gevenalle.Compatible with Shimano derailleur for road, there is a lineup for 9/10 / 11s. You can switch between index and friction.
* This product has only a shift lever and does not include the Gevenalle brake lever.