Question about Cycling
Bicycle caliper brake screech
Most cases of screeching rim brakes are due to poor brake block set-up.
Set the brake blocks so that the front of the blocks contacts the rim just before the rest of the block. You can do this by placing a thin piece of card between the back of the block and the rim when positioning the block.
Visit You Tube and type in "set up bicycle brake blocks" to see a variety of helpful videos. The ones from GCN are particularly useful.
Posted on May 07, 2016
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