Deda RHM vs Shallow for Campagnolo

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by Boshk

TSJ wrote:I am a new to Campagnolo and looking for a bar that's allows me to most easily reach the thumb buttons while in the drops. I have small hands and I have been advised that the Zero100 is a great bar for this,but I noticed that it comes in both shallow and RHM shapes. What do you recommend?


Never used Campagnolo but considering it for my next bike.
I have a question.....isn't the 'thumb' button on the upper part of the shifter? how can you move your thumb up and over it while you/palms are on the drops??
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by martinko

Without thinking about it, you just move your thumb up and over it :)

On the old Sora 3400 levers, the thumb shifter is much further away, almost on the top of the hoods. And I was still able to reach it from the drops. Although people with shorter hands may have had problems with that. But the thumb shifter on Campagnolo levers is closer.

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by fogman

No issues reaching the thumb shifter from the drops with my 3T Ergonova bars.

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