The BB7S is a sleek upgrade to the most popular mechanical disc brakes on the market. With a stylish black anodized finish and stainless steel hardware, the BB7S fits right in with your prized road or 'cross disc bike.
Road version for use with short-pull brake levers only
Tri-Align Caliper Positioning System (CPS) for easy caliper/rotor alignment
Sleek body design with a fully sealed Ball Bearing mechanism and integrated cable stop
Dual pad adjuster knobs and full pad retraction for drag free setup
Tool-free pad adjustment and replacement (same pads as Juicy)
Kits fit most front or rear applications with supplied adapters
Caliper weight: 197g
Note: Due to the shape of the brake pad installation tabs, this model is not compatible with Centerlock or HSX rotors.
Mixed Stock, SRAM is transitioning the BB7-S from HS1 to Centerline rotors
Brake Lever Type
Mechanical Disc Brake
Caliper Mount Style
51mm IS/74mm Post
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asked by: a guest Which are better Avid BB7-S or Spyre Alloy Road Mechanical Disc Brake
anwered by: canteau We have had good luck with both, the Spyres are a little trickier to adjust but offer a little better modulation. With either brake performance is greatly improved by using a high quality brake cable kit.
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