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I see them as the development of the rim brake. and they are quick to stop..and safety on the sudden stopping condition...I like them..9 out of 10.
Yo tenia una 26ers, la compré hace mas de un año, como a los tres meses empezó la revolución de las 29ers, la mayoría de mis compañeros comentaban sus
Mechanical/Cable brakes are better. - Mechanical brakes are so much easier to maintain. Hydraulic brakes are so, so, so incredibly much more difficult
I have both 26 inch hard tail and full suspension bikes which I have ridden for many miles on all sorts of terrain but, last year I had a demo ride on
I have shimano hydraulic disk brakes. They work well, but I've found when wet they do not function as well as dry braking. Also, the rear system is a
I heard that Avid's DOT tech oil jams easily. Also I have used both SRAM's XX Avid brakes and Shimano Deore XT brakes. XT has a crisper feel although XX
I ran hydraulic maguras and Avids in all extremes of temperature and mud. Significant amounts of time went into maintenance. Reliability was always a worry
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