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01/09/2012

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Lucas

For my road bike, I use a 6 inch bar clamp through my spokes to hold my brakes to the rim. Works every time.

Mark H

I thought the traditional thing to use was a toe strap (remember those?) around the brake pads and tires.

Alex

Yep--spare toe strap around the entire rim/tire and brake pads for cross, touring, and hybrids. Run it diagonally over the pad securing hardware on the mountain bikes.

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