Mountain Bike Brakes Feel Spongy. However, it is important to investigate why air has entered the system in the first place, and t. If your brakes still feel sickly after bedding them in you likely need to bleed them.
The brakes feel spongy to me. Like yours, mine were spongy for awhile, I replaced pads and rotors and bled the heck out of it. How To Get More Power From Your Brakes
He believes there is still air in the lines and found in one of his service references a note that says if unhappy with the brake pedal feel or position.
As explained in the answers given by other members, bleeding (removal of air bubbles) of the hydraulic system is necessary when the brakes are spongy.
Get it right and you will If your suspension does have adjustable compression damping, you don't HAVE to adjust it if you feel it might be a bit beyond you at the moment. that's fine. I would have to pump the brakes a couple times before the brakes felt normal. I'm getting a very sponge feel from my mechanical disc brakes where as before the power used to be linear, now I have to pull the lever about a quarter of the way But mechanical disc brakes have a third operating phase.