Disc Brake Road Bikes

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opinions please

nah I'll pass. only calipers for me
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47%
interested. but rather hear some feedback first
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9%
interested. if somebody developes high-end WW road specific disc brakes and matching shifters
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24%
oh yeah. getting one of those as long as price is reasonable
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14%
sure. when they get UCI approval
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6%
 
Total votes: 66

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Calnago
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by Calnago

@Pharmastrong: Options are great and welcome. I am not "opposed" to options at all. But with options, we have choice and after thinking about it and actually trying them I just don't see the benefits, at this stage at least. And that could change down the road. But at this point in time, for me, I believe there are more negatives than positives for the reasons I've stated. You're welcome to invest in whatever options work for you. If you think they are better, have at it and enjoy your ride. All good.
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Pharmstrong
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by Pharmstrong

No need for the snotty correction, it was 2am. I apologise if my post came across in such as way as to put you on the defensive, it was just banter.

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