There's power in simplicity. For years now, ball bearing disc brakes have been a favorite among riders who want control, durability, dependability and piece-of-cake adjusting. BB's adjustment knobs make quick work out of setting the perfect distance between the pads and rotor, as well as adjusting for pad wear. This is something you just can't do with hydraulic brakes. And when you run ball bearing disc brakes, you can match them with Avid`s Speed Dial® levers for sweet, adjustable modulation.
LIGHTER, SLEEKER MECHANICAL DISC POWER
Power, control and strikingly good looks. That's the story with the all-new BB7S Mountain mechanical disc brakes from Avid.
This update on the well-established BB7 Mountain includes new stainless steel hardware and sleek black anodizing that makes them look as fast as you'll feel.
Part of the beauty with the BB7S Mountain is the no-brainer performance. You get smooth, modulated power and control plus user-friendly setup and adjustability. And the lightweight Centerline rotors keep the weight in check so the performance boost applies to climbs as well as descents.
Tri-Align™ Caliper Positioning System™
Another original Avid technology making your life better-there's never been an easier brake to install and adjust. With Avid's Tri-Align™Caliper Positioning System™, aligning the caliper to the rotor literally takes seconds. Just loosen the CPS™ bolts a little, and then squeeze the brake lever while re-tightening the bolts. Perfect caliper alignment-just like that.
The caliper can be used for both as front- or rear brake! The brake is compatible with all V-brake levers. Perfect functionality is ensured by using Avid Speed Dial levers for sweet, adjustable modulation to match your riding style.
Please pay attention to the max. permitted disc diameter depending on your fork and frame!
Brake pads: steel-backed organic
Included in delivery: 1 brake caliper with mountings without disc and without IS2 adaptor
Material: caliper: alumimum
rotor: stainless steel
Weight supplement: caliper, manufacturer's specs