SRAM's Level Brakes have long been the flagship for XC brakes. The TLM model is the sweet spot of the lineup, with the light weight inspiration from the Level Ultimate, but at a price that leaves some room left in the budget. The Level TLM brakes feature much the same technology from the Ultimate. Direct Link lever action means there's no delay between lever pull and brake action, so you can count on precise speed control. When it comes to set-up and maintenance, the Bleeding Edge port at the base of the caliper simplifies bleeding for less time spent with the bike in the stand and more time on the trail.
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