Components - Bicycle Brake Levers

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Here is a list of popular and relevant bicycle brake lever brands:

  • Shimano
  • SRAM
  • Campagnolo
  • Tektro
  • Avid
  • Cane Creek
  • TRP
  • Dia-Compe
  • Paul Components
  • Hayes
  • FSA
  • Promax
  • Clarks
  • Juin Tech
  • Magura
  • Formula
  • Hope
  • Nukeproof
  • Gevenalle
  • Box Components
  • Microshift
  • Sensah
  • Wolf Tooth Components
  • Retroshift
  • Saccon

The top three brands - Shimano, SRAM, and Campagnolo - dominate the high-end and performance brake lever market for road, mountain, and other cycling disciplines. They offer a wide range of options, from entry-level to professional-grade, catering to different braking systems (rim, disc, hydraulic).

Tektro, Avid (now owned by SRAM), and Cane Creek are well-known for their reliable and affordable brake lever options, often found on mid-range and entry-level bicycles.

TRP, Dia-Compe, and Paul Components cater to the high-end and custom-build markets, offering precision-engineered brake levers for specific applications.

Hayes, FSA, and Promax provide brake lever options as part of their broader component lineups or specialty offerings.

Clarks, Juin Tech, and Nukeproof offer budget-friendly brake lever solutions, often found on lower-priced bicycles.

Brands like Magura, Formula, and Hope specialize in hydraulic disc brake levers, known for their powerful braking performance and innovative designs.

Gevenalle, Box Components, Microshift, Sensah, and Wolf Tooth Components cater to the aftermarket and upgrade market, offering brake levers compatible with various drivetrain systems.

Retroshift and Saccon specialize in retrofitting and upgrading older bikes with modern brake lever systems.

This list covers a range of brake lever brands catering to various cycling disciplines, braking systems, budgets, and compatibility requirements, ensuring riders have options for upgrading, maintaining, or building custom braking setups tailored to their needs.