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Avid Shorty Ultimate Cantilever Brake

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Offering the ultimate balance of power, control and weight, the Avid Rim Brake Shorty is a cyclocross brake that can be adjusted to a wide or narrow stance and has an open design for mud.

- Large centre hole and thin wall design allows use without removal of cones and locknuts
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Overall Product Rating 4 / 5
Beautifully made
By Richard Norris
14 May 2019
4 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsMeasure your bike carefully if old
ProsLight, stylish
Lovely piece of kit. I may have to do a small amount of work on it to get it to fit my elderly frame with quite narrow forks but it really is a very nice stylish brake with lots of adjustment.
Questions & Answers (2)
Recommended STI
By
18 Oct 2017
Would you recommend Shimano STI's for these? Or would I be better served by buying Sram instead?
Hi,

Both Shimano STI levers and Sram levers will be absolutely fine for use with these brakes so you can just choose which levers you would prefer.

Thanks.
Cantilever Brakes
By
06 Apr 2016
I have a 20 year old tourer with quite a narrow fork, and am looking to replace the front brake. I'm looking at the Avid Shorty 4 or Shorty Ultimate but need some reassurance that the brake would work without snagging the tyre, which is the issue with come other brakes I was hoping to fit, even at the limit of the setting. The pivot centres are 70mm apart and I'm running a Mavic A319 rim, which I think is 25mm wide. Any suggestions? Thanks in anticipation.
Hi,

After inspecting the Avid Shorty Ultimate brakes it does appear that they will fit and work with your bike without fowling on the tyre, but without having your bike here there is no way I can say for definite I'm afraid.

Thanks.