Product DescriptionThe Avid X0 Trail brakes have increased stopping power compared to the regular X0s due to the new caliper with a two pistons instead of one. But, like the standard X0s, the trail brakes have a top loading pad system that makes removal and installation a snap. A steel backing plate comes in two...
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Does anyone have experience with this brake on their DH bike? I've been riding Saints for the past 5 years and I love them, but I just put an order in for a '15 Kona Supreme Operator and it comes equipped with the X0 Trail. Seems strange since it appears the X0 Trail has been replaced by the Gui ... Read More »
Hi, After selling my 2012 RM slayer 50 I'm looking for freeride machine that can still pedaling uphill. So i'm considering these two bikes, I know the giant is a pure AM bike, and the SXT is a freeride oriented. Comparing both geometry : Giant vs. SXT STA - 72.5 vs. 70.5(74.5 effective) HTA - ... Read More »
Been reading a lot of posts about both but I wanted to ask the folks who have ridden the x0 trail's what they think. I am coming off of the XTRm970's which have ok power and good modulation. Pricing for me is about 50 bucks cheaper for the trail. I know most of you will chime in for Shimano regardle ... Read More »
Just like may of us on here, I was enamored with the XT Icetechs as they were so much better than anything I had used and the power was substantial if not a little immediate at times. I thought after putting them on my last bike that I'd never try anything else. But some friends of mine had been goi ... Read More »
I've got a set of X0 Trail brakes, and am relatively happy with them. They're very much on par with the XT's (rode them on my last bike), but with the Avid feel. No fade, turkey gobble, or squeal to speak of. My issue is the contact point - it seems to be closer and closer my grip as I bed and we ... Read More »