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As memnoch_proxy points out, comfort is very subjective. A full suspension recumbent could be just as comfy, if not more, than it's upright counterpart. It will depend also on the severity of the terrain, attack angle for hills (up or down), and some level of rider skill. I have an un-suspended KMX X-class trike which is a blast on downhill runs ...


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The brake will only suck in air if air is already present in the reservoir. With some brakes this may not be a problem. With brakes where this is a problem, you could take the rather extreme step of closing the reservoir while immersed in brake fluid (after carefully turning and vibrating to release air bubbles). No, I haven't tried, and yes it would be a ...


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I can't speak for every hydraulic brake ever, but when I've done this I didn't worry about it, I just bought sealed brakes and put them on. I'm currently running cheap Shimano ones on my touring bike and have not had any issues, and in the past I used Hayes with similar lack of problems. This bike I switched from cable to hydraulic after cooking the ...



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