Mountain Bike Brakes Squeak. Often, people assume that this issue is specific to Avid brand of disc brakes. New brakes are more likely to squeak.
Regardless of where you're riding, anything above a slight squeak should be fixed as it sounds terrible and shows that you don't properly take care of your bike. Your favorite trail is a hostile environment for the disc brake, and it will let you know it with. Ensuring your rims or rotors are kept clean by using an oil-free degreaser will help.
Furthermore, if left, the pads will wear down.
He's mildly competitive, though he'll never admit it, and is a frequent road racer but is too lazy to do really well..
Your favorite trail is a hostile environment for the disc brake, and it will let you know it with. The reason most brakes squeal is because the pads are not contacting the rim at the proper angle. I show the steps to repair the squeal on a bicycle disc brake.