Hi Guys Im after a long reach rear road caliper Shimano preferably. Im using tektro brakes at the mo and the rear one has seized up so would prefer not to use this brand if poss. If you have a pair of calipers even better but one will be fine.
ciamillo Zero Gravity brakes Z0-07 Ti black/black
lightweight at 168g/pair ..typically retail at circa 250
In pretty good condition, these have been on my old summer bike for a couple of years.
currently got a pair yellow swiss-stop in the Front with camas for carbon rear, done less than 500 miles on these
Note:these take the same pads as recent campag brakes
web bumf at http://cycling.ciamillo.com/
£111 postage at cost
We've got on really well with these FSA SL-K dual pivot brakes over the past couple of months, finding them to offer an excellent level of power in dry and - especially - wet conditions.
For sale - a brand new pair of Tiagra 4500 Brakes (short reach).
Bought as part of a groupset for my Crosscheck but using frogslegs (sp?) for fattie-fatty (sp?) tyres.
Previously advertised at £30 posted, now willing to take £25. Payment by paypal, as a gift.
These are the lightest brake calipers we’ve ever reviewed – by a long way – but they’re not the most powerful.
Light? How does 82g (for the rear) grab you? To put that it perspective, it’s about half the weight of Shimano’s top level Dura-Ace.
Tektro's R538 long drop callipers are aimed at big-tyred tourers and town bikes and they're a good quality unit with a couple of nice touches. The bolts get rusty quickly, and the pads are a bit scratchy, but they're pretty well-made for the money.
After some years in the wilderness, Miche are back with a bang and the Primato dual-pivot brake callipers combine inspiring design, superb performance with a price tag and build quality set to delight enthusiasts and worry the competition.