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Formula NERO R Fork
Overall Review
H eritage is a strong base to build on when it comes to releasing new technology. Formula was founded in 1971 as AEM, manufacturing aftermarket parts for motorcycles, and success quickly followed as they became known for their attention to detail and a fastidious approach to winning. Fast forward to 1993 when Formula came out with the first mountain bike-specific hydraulic disc brake, and, as they say, the rest is history. Greg Minnaar used Formula Oro brakes during his years on Honda, Brook MacDonald won Junior World’s in Canberra with Oros too, and both Loic Bruni and Finn Iles have been...
Posted by sideshow on 9/16/2017 6:54am
Formula C1 Hydraulic Disc Brake
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Overall Review
by Andy Holloway Looking for reliable brakes that won't vaporize your wallet? At $159, Formula 's new C1 brakes may be your answer. Developed as the entry-level counterpart to the popular R1, the C1 is a bit heavier and lacks adjustments such as the "Feeling Control System" found in the more expensive big brother. We put the C1 to the test to see how much is left in the tank after this feature diet. Formula C1 Brake Highlights Master Cylinder Cartridge Technology SpeedLock Hose Quick Connect Inline One-piece caliper body 140mm - 203mm depending on rotor mount (1-Piece Rotor 6 Bolt IS or Center...
Posted by 970biking on 12/28/2013 7:45am