conman1395 dan-roberts's article
Aug 5, 2020 at 15:05Aug 5, 2020
Giant Announces an Updated Trance X 29 with More Travel
My bike shop is building one now.
conman1395 jamessmurthwaite's article
Jul 25, 2020 at 8:20Jul 25, 2020
Super Lightweight Components From XC Race Bikes
@vinay: if you start and stop at the same respective velocity, the heat produced as a loss of kinetic energy is the same. The only difference is time it's taking to produce the heat. So, if anything, braking faster would produce heat faster and the peak temperature would be higher because if done over a greater period of time the temperature won't be as high since it can also dissipate heat longer. Overall though, these are cross country racers. They can afford to blow through pads and warp a disc by the end of each race. I'm sure these were tested.