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AvidBB7 Road Disc Brake Caliper w/ G2 Rotor
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Item # AVI0064

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Item # AVI0064
Description

If you're lucky enough to own a road or 'cross frame from a forward-thinking manufacturer, you have the option to run disc brakes. The Avid BB7 Disc Brake Caliper is compatible with the shorter pull of road levers, so major stopping power is just a brake swap away.

  • 6-Bolt Avid G2 Clean Sweep rotor included
  • Designed for short-pull brake systems
  • Tri-Align caliper adjustment is fast and easy—simply loosen the mounting bolts, tighten the caliper to the rotor, tighten the mounting bolts, and back the caliper off the rotor
  • Dual knob caliper adjustment makes on-the-fly changes easy


  • Two-piece forged aluminum caliper
  • Tri-Align dual-knob caliper adjustment
  • Post mount with six-bolt rotor attachment
  • Compatible with short-pull road brakes
  • G2 Clean Sweep rotor
Tech SpecsWeight
Tech Specs
Caliper
2-piece forged aluminum
Caliper Adjustability
Tri-Align
Mount Type
post
Rotor
G2 Clean Sweep
Rotor Size
140 mm, 160 mm
Rotor Attachment
6-bolt
Recommended Use
cycling, touring, cyclocross
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years
Weight

Actual Weight

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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Grams

Oz

Platinum, 160mm/ Front/Rear
386g
13.62oz

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What materials are used for the disk and...

What materials are used for the disk and brake calipers?

Calipers are aluminum.

Disks are steel.

Levers sold separately.

Are these mechanical or hydraulic with oil reservoir?