Sram got hydraulic discbrakes for road/cx, so do Shimano. But what about riding Campagnolo with disc brakes? What I knew before it was mechanical calipers, some good like TRP Spyre. But also semi-hydraulic like TRP Hy/Rd that was on mostly of this seasons Specialized cyclocross bikes. But a caliper looking like this:
It looks a bit overkill, specially with a weight of 195g.
A TRP Spyre SLC is a lot lighter at 156g:
So is there others? I googled and found Juin tech:
Sleaker design than TRP Hy/Rd but same function if I can understand it right. And with a weight even beating mechanical calipers:
2 calipers, 2 rotors and all screws needed for just £150. Anyone tried? Is this the way to ride if I want to ride Campagnolo with disc brakes?
More info about them here: Edge Sports UK