|Mavic. Back from beyond.||gs6769|
Jul 24, 2002 10:06 AM
|A little something to go with those Ksyriums. The living return of Mavic components.|
|re: ...yeah but, even so, I think...||Akirasho|
Jul 24, 2002 10:57 AM
|Shimano just farted... as a sign of "respect"...
Remain In Light.
|re: Mavic. Back from beyond.||brider|
Jul 24, 2002 11:51 AM
|Seen these once before, I think. I see they're following in Campy's footsteps on not putting a cable release on the caliper. Not a bad idea until you have to open the caliper for a wobbly wheel -- the release only works until you use the brakes, then you have to reset it.|
Jul 24, 2002 11:58 AM
|the release only works until you use the brakes, then you have to reset it.
The release on my Campy doesn't re-engage after I use the brakes (if it's in the open position). What are trying to say?
|Maybe just some old knowledge. (nm)||brider|
Jul 24, 2002 12:44 PM
|What part II||klay|
Jul 24, 2002 1:46 PM
|Maybe just some old knowledge. (nm)
Maybe just some old knowledge? I think I've gone from "What?" to "Huh?". Are you saying that older campy brakes would do this? Please, a yes or a no would really help.
Jul 24, 2002 3:13 PM
|Mavic has had those-they match up to their Mektronics which have a release on the brake handles. Works quite well.|
Jul 25, 2002 2:50 AM
|I had a friend whose Schwinn Paramount, in 1966, was equipped with Weinman center pull brakes. On the levers, at the top was a red anodized button which when pushed, released the lever, not unlike the more recent Campy Ergo offerings some 30+ years later.|| |