brakes (whilst commuting)

jonathan ellis

Well-Known Member
Location
London
erm well they are crap.

any tip on sorting out a langster to make it actually stop.
would it really be just the pads?

(and no to the 'fixed' option)

ta
 

BentMikey

Rider of Seolferwulf
Location
South London
Chicken!!!

Mine stop great, but I seem to remember getting a reasonable improvement on the originals with some new pads. I have some duraace ones in there at the mo, but Koolstop are supposed to be good too.
 

MrGrumpy

Huge Member
Location
Fly Fifer
jonathan ellis said:
erm well they are crap.

any tip on sorting out a langster to make it actually stop.
would it really be just the pads?

(and no to the 'fixed' option)

ta
must admit the brakes on mine are gash, mind you they are trying to stop 15stone ( + rucksack) :smile: Ride fixed and then you don`t need brakes !! Joking aside I`m tempted to put the 105 brakes of my old racer as they work great.
 

andygates

New Member
Kool and the gang rock.
 
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