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Disc Brakes For Bicycle
Avid BB7 Road Mechanical Bicycle Disc Brake (140mm, Platinum, Rear)
Road version for use with short-pull (STI/drop/canti) brake levers (sold separately). Tri-Align Caliper Positioning System (CPS) for easy caliper/rotor alignment. Redesigned, sleeker body with a fully sealed Ball Bearing mechanism and integrated cable stop . Dual, pad adjuster knobs and full pad retraction for drag free setup . Tool-free pad adjustment and replacement (same pads as Juicy-7/5). Includes: post mount (74mm) caliper with International-Standard (51mm) fork and/or frame adapters, Roundagon 6-bolt/44mm-BCD rotor, and pads. Updated kitting fits front or rear applications (sold individually). Features: Both road and mountain Ball Bearing Disc Brakes are cable actuated Rotor fits 6-hole bolt circle hubs Caliper Positioning System aligns brakes perfectly with the rotor Complete pad retraction and micro-adjust spring tension Calipers are 74mm and include adapters for 51mm International Standard brake mounts Speed Dial Pad knobs allow for quick and easy brake pad adjustments Designed to be used with drop bar brake levers
BD-1 Multi-S ???? ???????
Front suspension set from Multi-S for the Birdy, BD-1, Fretta or Pacific 18 folding bicycles. It's oil based. There are currently only a few options available, most commonly from O-Dot/Color Plus and Sky Shock.
The Multi-S Suspension kit is suppose to give a good damping. Fairly Quiet. Taiwan product. Suppose to be made in Germany. Who knows. It seems quite popular with the Taiwanese and mainland Chinese Birdy owners.
As for how does it compare to the stock option, I have no idea. the black Rohloff Birdy was delivered fitted with the Multi-S front suspension fitted on already.
My only gripe with the set is that the discoupling of the suspension from the front fork seems a bit tight. So it slows down the folding. But hey, that's great when the bike is assembled.
Shot with the Leica Summilux-M 50mm f/1.4 ASPH on Sony NEX-3.
How I Spent My Weekend (6/365)
Over my weekend, I built two wheels for my bicycle, which proved to be harder than I expected. A few spokes which were the wrong size managed to find their way into the wheel, and complicated the build of the rear wheel. The front wheel was painless though. I was even able to sit on the bike to see how I would like the new position. The handle bars are higher than any bike I have ever owned, but it feels pretty good. I need to get the cranks in, and wire the derailers for the first test ride. There are a few other things to sort out with wiring the lights, and getting the front brake caliper to clear the spokes and align correctly.
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