I want great working breaks, and don't want to waste money just to have what looks nice. I already asked what you would choose between hayes HFX 9 and avid juicy 7. As I suspected you picked Avid. Now what I would like to know is what you would choose between avid juicy 7 and avid bb 7. My friend has old avid rim breaks and his will stop on a dime and throw you off. I like that kind of stopping power. Which one am I going to get that kinda power out of? went to LBS and they had a set of juicy 7 on a bike but no pedals so I couldn't ride it. But when applying the rear break I could turn the rear wheel by hand, it was hard but I could. The breaks I currently have are tektro lo's and my biggest problem is I can ride while applying the rear break and the front is not much better. PLEASE help me. I really like the idea of hydro's but don't want to waste money.
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