AndrewBurns wrote:- Bigger disk which means bigger issue in case of crashes. I'm sorry what? What issues, how does a larger disk make any difference (a larger disk would actually run colder than a smaller one).
They might be looking at the potential for serious injury. A thin, round, hot piece of steel has the potential to do some pretty serious damage in the event of a crash.
AndrewBurns wrote:- Difference of braking performance between disk brakes and rim brakes that may cause crashes inside the peloton.
I would agree with that. Either all bikes have discs or none. It's only fair. There are many other things which are controlled in racing, and pretty much all for the same reasons they've mentioned.
singlespeedscott wrote:I still give it 2 years and they will be legal.