There is no more rim brake technology....

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
Boshk
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by Boshk

interesting...best performer 303 & Aeolus, wasn't there a thread about Bora Ultras, someone mentioned the 303 as flexy.

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mattr
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by mattr

Beaver wrote:
Sun Jun 23, 2019 11:35 am
And who doesn't allow carbon rim set-ups and why?
Probably the US, litigation central.

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wheelsONfire
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by wheelsONfire

The one thing i do imagine will develop more than rotors and disc calipers are frames and forks.
That brake force is not symmetric and to be frank, for those who are in line with senses, i guess this will affect ride feel to.
I guess better layups and "aero" covers will be the new argument to swap framesets.

Perhaps this will be more genuinely relevant for the über weenies here. I imagine a reinforced frame and fork on a true weenie frameset makes it more of a work than an already beefed up aero frame/fork.
Bikes:

Ax Lightness Vial EVO Race (2018.12.21)
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Paduano Racing Fidia (kind of shelved)
Open *UP* (2016.04.14)


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