Today we head to Hiline trail in Sedona, AZ to test the Paul Klampers in an MTB environment. A lot of people have been curious to know if they have what it takes to make it as a modern MTB brake. In this video we get brutally honest with the Paul Klampers and talk about the pros and cons of them. Learn more about these brakes here: https://bit.ly/3rgZY8u
I know this video challenges many people’s assumptions about hydraulic and cable disc brakes. It’s natural to feel defensive and angry when your assumptions are challenged, but I encourage everyone to keep an open mind. I have absolutely nothing to gain by saying what I said. I’m not paid for this review, and I’m not in cahoots with Paul to promote these. These aren’t BB7s; these are hand-machined with top of the line alloys and hardened parts. Are they worth the price? That’s up to you. They’re not cheap at all, but I fully expect them to last from bike to bike to bike. I would be thrilled to have these on all of my bikes.
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