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Spy Shots of Tahnée Seagrave's New Transition T11 - Fort William BDS
@dthomp325: the second something goes wrong with an internally routed brake is when it becomes an issue. Instead of just taking a brake off and putting another on you have to disassemble the old one, remove it, then disassemble the new one to run it through and then assemble and bleed it. If the bike is externally routed, brake comes off, brake goes on, and you're riding again. It's much better if you're racing or even just travelling with your bike. (I've actually had to do this before a race run at a bike park and I would have been screwed if my cables were internal. Internally routed shifting is usually fine though.
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