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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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 »
As a heads up to anyone interested in the new Avid X0 trail brakes (4 piston version), they have the same noise issues as any other avid series brakes. In fact, for my bike (stumpjumper evo) the noise and vibration issue is worse with this new brake than my old elixir CRs. Things I've tried so ... Read More »
(Note: I updated the below post yesterday but didn't realize that it didn't move up nor the thread title not updating) [I]The Elixir 9 has been out for a while and all the articles (mostly from last year) mention the rest of the line being updated at some point but has anyone heard a peep about ... Read More »
[I]The Elixir 9 has been out for a while and all the articles (mostly from last year) mention the rest of the line being updated at some point but has anyone heard a peep about when? Sounds like the new tech might be worth waiting for...[/I] Update: This article was just released today [url=htt ... Read More »