- Cable Disks: BB7's still king?
I’m probably going to go to the trp hyrds from my BB7s. Not convinced about the bb7 single pad movement in terms of getting them set up close.
If you are intent on cables they are as good as any I think. I’ll sell you my mint set that have seen a couple of hundred road miles if you are set on them (and I’ll buy the hyrds).Posted 4 years agogonetothehillsSubscriber
You need the TRP Spyres in your life. They’re very good – a doddle to set up and silent to run. I’ve had them on the Tripster ATR for about 1300 miles now, 160mm front and rear (using the original TRP rotors) and they work superbly. A big step up from the BB5 that I had before,Posted 4 years agoc_klein87Member
new to cable disc’s, decided to get some after Hopes seem to dislike the wet and mud immensley, had the BB7 road set on a grython then the BB7 mtb version on my winter xc bike, can’t believe how good they are! easy to set up, quiet and seem to have enough power to stop me on 160rotors, all i need is Jones nowPosted 4 years ago
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