Thanks but I think you're right. I went to a shop and all the newer R7000 brakes are loose too. Weird
Found the same brakes on another bike and they're loose too. Maybe its normal.
Just built a new road bike with Shimano 105 BR-R5800 brake calipers. After the first ride I've noticed that the front arm has become loose and has play (about 1mm) if you rock it back and forth. I've circled the loose pivot in the photo below. I tried tightening the bolt as you would on the older style brakes but it seemed to be fully tightened up and adjusted correctly. Is it normal for this model to have a bit of play?
I pop in every decade or so
There's a decent clue a few posts up...
Why yes it is Mark! Thank you very much for noticing!
You should move
I think I've worked out where it is, planning on getting it soon. Was deciding whether or not to abandon the 'new look' forum.
All good but love the 1st one
All sold... A year ago
Obvs not mine...
To be fair the wheel is almost identical to the old one.
I can't think of a clue but I know where it is.
I had a new wheel last night and no one even noticed
Anyone wanna buy a front wheel? Shimano RS20, bladed spokes, 750g, guaranteed to make you go 1% faster.
£20 collected or can deliver within a 100ft radius of my flat
do a post
I dunno, there was talk of the beach...
Tyne bar at 7
Yeh, I've tried using some and it always just too much. Especially if the filter is the same as the film. Portra 160 film with a Portra 160 filter, like, double film?
Shall we do Monday then? Meet at the Tyne? 7pm? Short ish 8-10 miles ride?
Yeah you can buy vsco presets for Photoshop/camera are and Lightroom.
^ Mju II is a great camera.
Olympus 35 SP - Agfa Vista 200
How far can you ride?
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