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  1. Cyclocross
    The TRP Brakes' post-recall dual piston Spyre now has two adjustable pads, and clearer adjustment instructions. The confusing Torx hole to hide the 3mm hex adjustment bolt is gone. - Frost Bike 2014. © Cyclocross Magazine Editor's Note: This article is from our mud-loving friends at Cyclocross...
  2. General Cycling Discussion
    TRP is a brake company that offers some great choices if you are in the market for disc brakes on your road bike. The HY/RD model is an open hydraulic system that is compatible with all current existing cable actuated levers. The HY/RD has the following features: True 'plug-and-play'...
  3. General Cycling Discussion
    Road disc brakes are coming to the road scene in the very near future, but one company has had them spec'd on their bikes for over 2 years. Northern California's Volagi, a young company, founded by industry veterans Robert Choi and Barley Forsman, has led the charge from the start. The pair set...
  4. General Cycling Discussion
    [youtube width="800" height="450"]httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPuRJ2RTtCY&hd=1 Dave Biehler shows us the 2013 road brakes with the R970 SL ultralight caliper, R970 EQ, longer pull ratio R979 SL, RRL singlespeed lever series for cross or road, retro looking RRL SR, RevoX and the CX9 and...
  5. General Cycling Discussion
    Debuting first at the Taipei Cycle Show last month, TRP's new Hywire fully hydraulic road disc brake system was on display at this years Sea Otter Classic. The Hywire had been in development even before TRP debuted their hybrid Parabox system at last year's Otter. The new fully hydraulic system...
  6. General Cycling Discussion
    TRP showed off a new hydraulic disc brake system that will allow any virtually any current shifter, including TRP's own RRL line of levers to actuate a hydraulic disc brake system. The system mounts a master cylinder to a bike's steerer tube that takes the brake cable pulls of the levers and...
  7. Components, Wrenching
    TRP R960 Road Bike Brakes Pro Review - By Twain Mein Lightweight Dual Pivot caliper brakes Forged and CNC'd 6061 Aluminum Arms Adjustable cartridge pad holders with SwissStop pads Patened "Slyde" quick release Titanium nuts n bolts Available in anodized Red or Black Reach: 39-49mm Claimed...
  8. General Cycling Discussion
    Brisbane, Australia - Ahead of their forthcoming debut in the 2009 Amgen Tour of California, the Fly V Australia p/b Successful Living cycling team have finalised equipment sponsors for season 2009. In announcing a comprehensive list of sponsors, team director, Chris White said, "We are...
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