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Organic Compound

Avid
BB7/Juicy Disc Brake Pads

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These Avid Disc Brake pads are compatible with all Juicy hydraulic disc brakes and Avid Ball Bearing 7 (BB7) mechanical disc brakes.

  • Available with Metal Sintered or Organic compound with steel backing
  • Easily replaced by hand
  • Includes spring
  • 1 pair per brake brake caliper
 

Brake Pad Type: Disc 

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Brake pads arrived quickly and exactly as described.
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by uniquebobc
Daily Commuter
Omak, WA

These brake pads are use on the parking brake (rear wheel) of my recumbent trike. Therefore, they will not get as much wear as normal brake pads. I expect them to last a very long time-barring any chipping or damage. They are very easy to install.

Reviewed 1/9/2017
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You can do it
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by GDS
Portland, OR

Don't stress about changing your own disc brake pads-it's pretty easy. I recommend the organics, but it's true the metal sintered do last longer. Order a set, watch a YouTube video and give it a try.

Reviewed 1/3/2017
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Easy to install
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by GDS
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

You can do it. There are tons of videos on YouTube to walk you through it. I have used both the organic and metal pads and really prefer the organic-much smoother and quieter.

Reviewed 5/30/2014
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Excellent Product
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by OaklandBiker
Oakland, CA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I use the organic pads as I find the quieter than the metal pads. I have avid mechanical brakes and I would only use avid pads. Other brands are not as good.

Reviewed 2/2/2012
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Easy to swap out in the field
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by TAEvans
Cycling Enthusiast
Hendersonville, TN

As a roadie, I have little experience with disk brakes. These are my first. I was impressed by how remarkably easy one can change them out in the field. I carry a spare set on all my multi-day tours.

Reviewed 5/21/2018
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worth the money, durable
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
st pete, fl
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

this is my first replacement, 1st set lasted 4 years of 5 days per week, all year florida). They took one-two rides to break in but they work great now.

Reviewed 8/29/2013
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You'll never go back to caliper brakes again
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by Karl Y
Cycling Enthusiast
Portlandia
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I use Avid JuicyBB7 Disk Brake Pads on my Volagi Liscio & Trek Portland. I can break with much more finesse i.e. don't over or under brake. Perfect on wet Portland streets. Also a big plus on a huge downhill run where caliper brakes are smoking and overheating the rims, the disk brakes have no probs.

Reviewed 2/19/2013
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Works great, what more to ask
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by garyrogue
Cycling Enthusiast
Seattle area
0 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

Works great, what more to ask.

Reviewed 9/25/2012
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