lee wadley wrote:
how do you find the avid cable discs?
had the bb7 models on a few bikes now.......
cheap, simple to set up and pad adjustment is great.
they do take awhile to bed in though, like 200 miles+, before they get some bite.
on fat bikes they are ok, you dont go that fast, despite the weight. the main reason they are on fat bikes is they are trouble free and will work in cold conditions where hydraulics can crack/split etc.
had them on my Ti jeff jones too, they were awesome on that, only cheap part on the bike but decided they did the job fine.
2014 surly straggler
2012 surly moonlander
14 badboy 14 carbon beargrease 13 jones spaceframe 14 straggler, 05 pugsley, 13 pugsley, 12 moonlander, 13 krampus x2, 13 fargo 2, 11 surly pugsley, 01 Volvo Cannondale, 01 dekerf limited, 98 cannondale caad2, 94 san andreas, 96 san andreas, 93 pace rc200 f3, 08 Ti moots rigormootis, 93 Ti merlin xlm, 09 Ti jeff jones spaceframe, 93 fat chance yo eddy (ex dave hemming), 11 salsa mukluk, 00 scott octane, 03 stumpjumper comp, 07 s-works fsr carbon, 08 revolution triad 2, 94 claud butler kylami, 96 cannondale m500, 93 townsend, 07 scott scale 30 carbon, 92 CR dogs bolx, 09 hooligan 1, 99 trek 6500, 10 badboy