I've bought them as a replacement to my old ones. The breaking quality is ok but I have to different fims on my bike and on one of them they terribly squeak
Fitted them today after an..er.. shall we say, "exciting," day in the wet yesterday with my old, worn ones.
Very easy to fit. First time I've ever fitted brake pads and not had to mess about to stop them squealing.
So far very powerful, assured braking. Not tried them in the wet yet, but I assume, with the Tri-Zone Thingy, this will also be an improvement, hopefully a massive improvement on the old ones.
I have 2 questions.
1/ The description here says, "Ensure your brake pads are **parallel**to the rim for even wear of the rubber." the instructions on the pack show them being toed in. That's what I've done, I assume that's correct?
2/ purely out of interest, what do the letters on the different zones stand for?
Easy to fit, Good stopping performance.
Does as it says on the packet, will continue to use these brakes. We'll done Decathlon.
Low weight and easy to fit.
Pad retaining pin a bit small for my big fingers.
I hate downhills, absolutely terrified of them! I had a triathlon coming up which warned of a steep downhill cycling section. Put these on my bike and I managed to get to the bottom of the hill without feeling that I was going to die!!
Great braking power
Ideal pads for my MTB. No squeel, sure braking even in the wet. They look cool as well.