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Why Do My Mountain Bike Disc Brakes Feel Spongy? | #AskGMBNTech

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Over time, your MTB disc brakes can start to feel a bit spongy or vague in their bite point; and they may seem to lack the power they once had. There are a few reasons for this, in this video we’ll go over them and provide some solutions.

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