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don't want to hijack the Omni thread, but I too know how to use rim brakes very well, having raced mtb's with rim brakes, and having a tad bit of skill on the road bike.

That said, disc brakes allow me to ride faster, better, safer, especially when going down double digit grade descents with 30+mph side winds on roads with frost heaves and switch back turns banked for water drainage, not cyclists wanting to bank through a turn. Bring on the discs for road and tri bikes, so that I can descend my tri bike as confidently as my road bike... aerobar brake levers (Shimano, too) drastically decrease the performance of rim brakes, but not hydraulic brakes...

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Last edited by: milesthedog: Sep 13, 16 14:48

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  • Post edited by milesthedog (Dawson Saddle) on Sep 13, 16 14:48