Pauls MiniMoto Brakes

Especially for light weight issues concerning cyclocross / touring bikes & parts.

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>Any thoughts?

How much do they weigh?
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less then a disc I bet
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Most likely, but compared to the TRP
8.4's?

Anyway, I have mostly positive experiences with Paul
Components and I favor the fact they are locally designed, managed, and produced. At least relative to my local economy.

I look forward to learning more about these brakes.

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by jooo

Weight wise, I imagine they are very on par with other short pull options. The normal MotoLite is very respectable considering they have much longer arms than most WW V-brakes.

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