Shimano STEPS e-bike assistance can now be controlled from drop handlebars with new Di2 technology

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Rather than having to come out of the drops to alter your e-assistance, Shimano will now allow you to do this from the Di2 shift buttons on e-road and gravel bikes equipped with Shimano STEPS

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