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Cane Creek 200TT Time Trial Brake Levers

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Product Description

200TTs are the choice for time trial & triathlon bikes - ideal for bikes with a front-end combination of bullhorn and clip-on aero bar. The internal wedge mount clamps securely to the end of bullhorn style bars, putting the lever in a natural, easily accessible position. The ergonomic design helps you maintain your natural hand position for enhanced brake control

  • Cold forged aluminium or sleek carbon lever and die-cast aluminum bracket
  • Ergonomically designed rubber end plugs give a comfortable hand/thumb position
  • Carbon: 136g
  • Aluminium: 166g

Cane Creek 200TT Time Trial Brake Levers Reviews

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Overall Rating:
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5
Build Quality
4.5
Performance
4
Value For Money
4.5

Customer Reviews (2)

5
Excellent

Easy to install and works great. Excellent braking power. Light. Had no prolmens with mine. Highly recommended.

Easy to install and works great. Excellent braking power. Light. Had no prolmens with mine. Highly recommended.

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5
5
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Excellent addition to my State Bicycle Phantom 2.0 but note these brakes fit internal diameters of 18.920.6 mm so don't fit all bars and do now also have nice new bars

Excellent addition to my State Bicycle Phantom 2.0 but note these brakes fit internal diameters of 18.920.6 mm so don't fit all bars and do now also have nice new bars

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 4/5

Brakes Guide

What are brakes?

We all know they’re what make your bike stop, but you get different types for different bikes, each with their own advantages.

Who needs brakes?

Anyone with a bike. Although having said that, some fixed wheel bikes don’t actually have a brake, just the resistance of the fixed wheel to slow them down. You should still fit a separate front brake for riding on the road though.

What are the choices?

You need the right brakes for your bike, whether that’s disc brakes or rim brakes. Each will have specific fittings on the frame and different types of wheels, so you can’t just mix and match. Disc brakes can be mechanical or hydraulic. Rim brakes can be single or dual pivot caliper brakes. You can even get coaster brakes and hydraulic rim brakes as more unusual choices.

What should I buy with them?

At some point you’ll need to buy replacement brake pads for your brakes. Might as well stock up with spares when you buy your new stoppers.

Anything else?

Brakes are incredibly important for safety – make sure you buy the right sort and set them up properly. Also, if you have rim brakes, check the braking surface of your wheel rim hasn’t been worn dangerously thin.

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