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    Hayes El Camino Trail

    Has anyone tried the Hayes El Camino Trail yet?
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    I've got a set. Pretty good on first impressions. They're on my singlespeed and I haven't had a chance to trail test them extensively yet, but first impressions seem good. No idea on fade resistance or anything like that.

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    How is the adjustability in regards to bringing the lever closer to the bar? I've got small hands. I bring my Hayes nines closer to the bar and they become spongy, bring them out again and they lose the spongy feeling. Thanks for responding!!!
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    The levers ARE somewhat far from the bar, and since I have larger hands I haven't tried to bring them in close. I can give it a try and see how they feel and if it makes a difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robdamanii
    The levers ARE somewhat far from the bar, and since I have larger hands I haven't tried to bring them in close. I can give it a try and see how they feel and if it makes a difference.
    if you could that would be great. Thanks!
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    After moving the levers closer, it seems like they are pretty good even when they are closer to the bar. Haven't tried them on the trail like that, but they seem good.

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