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The rear brake is routed externally except for the final stretch of housing

The rear brake is routed externally except for the final stretch of housing, which is routed through a pierced top tube so that it doesn’t rub the riders legs.

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The rear brake is routed externally except for the final stretch of housing, which is routed through a pierced top tube so that it doesn’t rub the riders legs.
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The rear brake is routed externally except for the final stretch of housing
The rear brake is routed externally except for the final stretch of housing, which is routed through a pierced top tube so that it doesn’t rub the riders legs.
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