Has anybody else had a problem with Magura Julie brakes when the temperature drops to near 0celsius (I know, not that cold!)?
Last winter I eventually gave up on my rear brake as it was constantly sticking on when it got cold, I did all of the usual freeing sticky piston techniques, but eventually gave up and bought an Oro K18 replacement, as I was sick of stripping the thing every weekend.
Now my front brake is at it. When the temperature is nice for riding the disk runs free and true, but when it drops I'm riding with the brake on for the first mile until it warms up (Good training I suppose). Is it because they are mineral oil based and it's just getting old and needs replacing?
Cheers for any thoughts or sympathy.
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