Shimano 7 Speed Shifter ST-EF500

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Bike Shifter ST-EF500,7 Speed Right Brake Lever with Inner Cables, Ergonomic Handle for MTB

The ST-EF500 bike shifter is suitable for use on mountain bikes, road bikes, folding bikes, and more. It is a high-performance bike shifter designed for mountain biking. This shifter is located on the right brake lever and is suitable for handlebars with a diameter of 22.2mm (0.87 inches).

It features an ergonomic handle design for powerful and dynamic handling, as well as smooth shifting performance. The clear gear display allows you to easily identify the gear you're in, making shift control easier.

The bike brake levers have two shift levers, with the upshift lever located at the top and the downshift lever located at the bottom, making them stable and easy to control. 


  • 7 speed right brake lever with internal cables
  • Ergonomic handle design for powerful and dynamic handling
  • Smooth shifting performance
  • Clear gear display for easy shift control
  • Two shift levers for stability and ease of use
  • Suitable for mountain bikes, road bikes, and folding bikes


    MODEL ST-EF500-7/7 Speed Right.
    COLOUR Black
    LEVEL 3X7 speed
    MATERIAL Resin + Aluminum alloy
    WEIGHT  181g

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 15 reviews
    Nice quality easy to use

    I'm not a pro, took me a while to install and set it up. After a few attempts, it worked pretty well.

    Dean Whitlow
    Shifts smooth and easy. Installation was without issue.

    Great upgrade from twist shifter on my cruiser bike. Much easier to use... shifts with no effort.

    David H. Chmielewski
    It works. Its not user serviceable.

    this replaced another broken 7 speed shifter for me. Just like that one, this one is not user serviceable to any reasonable extent. Its install and forget until it breaks. Though it does appear to have the ability to skip multiple gears on a downshift if you hold the lever, which was an unexpected feature. Seems a little expensive for disposable component, but it does what it says on the tin.

    perfect for ebike throttles

    i converted two bikes into ebikes which had the handgrip shifter. this allows for the throttles to go on the handlebars all the way and still shift gears nicely.

    Amazon Customer
    Just what I needed

    A direct replacement for my broken one, happy with purchase, I would buy again.

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