Please select make, model and yearLevers-Machine Specific
Does your motorcycle need a new clutch or brake lever? You’re in the right place. At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we strive to provide a selection that gives several choices at low prices. Enter your motorbike’s make, model and year on this page to see what options are available for your machine.
Choosing the right motorcycle brake lever requires considering three major aspects:
Of course, it doesn’t matter which clutch or brake lever you choose, the functionality aspect is there. However, the other two aspects – style and comfort – largely come down to your preferences. The shape creates a distinct appearance, and a highly visible one at that. But it also influences how comfortable you are while riding. Your fingers need to reach and pull the brake lever that you choose.
As with all of our motorcycle parts, we carry brands that we know we can rely on to provide exceptional value at a reasonable price. Here are just a few of the brands we stock:
Depending on your specific bike, you’ll be able to choose from a variety of levers. Jaybrake in particular specializes in parts for Harley-Davidson® bikes.
Go ahead and browse our selection of motorcycle clutch or brake levers today. You won’t be disappointed.
RONALD F in NM
The OEM Suzuki DRZ shift lever must be designed for elves. I wear a 9.5-10 boot and the DRZ shift lever is really annoying. I measured my YZ250 from center of peg to center of shift tip and it was about 167mm, my 2013 KTM 250XC is 170mm-ish, and now my 2004 DRZ400E is 173mm-ish. After numerous dual sport trips the MSR shift lever is still straight and doing great. The only reason I didn't rate this a 5 is because the shift tip is excessively long. I cut the shift tip at the first line to bring it in line with most modern shift levers. Now I have a shift lever distance and tip length similar to most modern bikes. Bring your DRZ into the 2010's and purchase this shift lever!Read All Reviews