That’s right, the ever-so-popular Odyssey monolevers in chrome for a limited amount of time. They are shiny (like chrome). The packaging that they come in make them look silverish, but they are chrome all the way.
One of the first inventions for a vehicle that moves is a machine that makes it stop. While today it seems like many riders opt for the Fred Flintstone method of stopping, Odyssey has been the leader of the braking category since the System 2000
Since its introduction, the Monolever has become one of the most popular levers with even the most dedicated traditional lever users switching over. While it has a minimal size and shape, the design that went into it is anything but minimal, every angle and edge was thought about, which you can feel when you pull it. Being one of the bike’s few contact points with your hands, the feel is everything, Choose from Small (similar to the popular “custom bend with ball end elimination to stay out of your pocket during turndowns), the Medium (traditional shape. All replaceable hardware to eliminate stripping. Also included in the design was a low price. While delivering many features, we didn’t forget that a brake lever should be inexpensive. Being innovative includes thinking about the end user. A $70 dollar lever isn’t $45 dollars better than a $25 lever. Its often inferior, and just expensive to make you think its better.