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CRG Folding Roll-A-Click Brake Lever
  • CRG Folding Roll-A-Click Brake Lever
  • CRG Folding Roll-A-Click Brake Lever

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CRG Folding Roll-A-Click Brake Lever

CRG Folding Roll-A-Click Brake Lever shares all the features of the original CRG Roll-A-Click Levers and additionally helps to prevent broken levers during contact with the tarmac. It is a truly on-the-fly adjustable lever, designed for OEM style master cylinders.

The adjustable lever switch with a roller cam assembly gives riders the ability to manipulate the lever position while riding. Brake fade and clutch adjustments can be tuned with ease.

CRG Roll-A-Click Brake Levers are the same as those used by AMA factory Supersport and Superstock teams.


  • CNC machined
  • Constructed of Billet Aluminum 6061-T6
  • 6 positions for on the fly adjustments
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CRG Folding Roll-A-Click Brake Lever
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A shopper asked: Is the folding mechanism spring-loaded, so that it doesn't flop around going over bumps, etc? Aug 8, 2013
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Mark N: It's sturdy and secure in the down position when you're riding, no need to worry about it feeling weak or floppy. I'm not sure if the mechanism is spring or cam oriented or what, but it's solid in the down position, but when it flips up in the event of a tip-over it stays up until you manually pop it back down into position. luckily haven't had to road-test that feature yet. Aug 9, 2013
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Jarrod M: No flopping around with these levers. CRG's are very high quality. I have these levers on three bikes in my garage now. Aug 9, 2013
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