CyclingTips Podcast: Quiet disc brakes and 2019 racing

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Disc brakes can be very loud. It’s a reality that road cyclists are beginning to come to grips with, but there are things riders can do to minimize the noise. For some insight, James and Caley call up Christian Huele, a former pro cyclocross racer who now works for SwissStop. As promised in the episode, … The post CyclingTips Podcast: Quiet disc brakes and 2019 racing appeared first on CyclingTips .

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