Paul - Touring Cantilever (Polish)
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15,400円(税込16,632円)

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ポールのNeo-Retroとよく似たデザインのアームアングルを上向きにしたTouring Cantilever

アームのアングルが上向きになっていることで、よりナロープロファイルを与えてくれ、
バッグやラックなどとの干渉を防ぐことができます
制動力も高く、特にシクロクロスバイクにオススメです

こちらは人気のポリッシュです

Made in USA

Material : 6061 Aluminum
Weight : 99g
Finish : Anodized or Polished
Anodized Color : Black or Silver
Cable Pull : Short Pull
Brake Pads : Salmon Kool Stop Thinline

The Touring Canti is a powerful cantilever brake with a similar design to the Neo-Retro, but with the arms angled upward. This gives the brake a much narrower profile without significantly reducing stopping power.

PRODUCT STORY :
The narrower profile of the Touring Canti can be desirable if you’re riding with large panniers or if your current brakes don’t give you enough heel or calf clearance.

The arms of the Touring Canti are machined from lightweight 6061 aluminum. Their T-shaped cross section prevents the brake from flexing too much under load.

The brake pads mount to slots in the arms that allow for vertical positioning. The toe-in and angle can be fine-tuned thanks to the spherical washers on the brake pads’ threaded posts.

Like all of our brakes, the Touring Canti has a sealed pivot mechanism. Rubber seals and a stainless steel bushing keep the brake arms turning smoothly no matter what you’re riding through. The spring tension can be adjusted in both pivots to center the brake and to adjust the strength of the return swing.

The Touring Canti comes with pivots pre-greased and with all necessary hardware.

We recommend running the Touring Canti with a lower straddle wire to maximize stopping power. Having the cable carrier between 1″ inches and 2″ above the tire is a good range.

Please note that all of our brakes are sold per wheel.


Installing Kool Stop Brake Pads from Paul Component Engineering on Vimeo.

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