My front brake is driving me nuts... especially since I just had a similar problem with the rear which kept me off the track for the majority of my X-mas break (my biggest opportunity to ride of the whole year... as summer will be very busy). I have bled and bled and bled it but it still feels like there is air in there. The brake is just mushy. The pads should be good (I replaced the pads on the rear when I had a similar problem, and it didn’t do a thing). I have tried bleeding the brake, as well as forcing fluid into the bleeder valve up into the reservoir trying to get bubbles out of there. I have also taken the top of the brake line off and forced fluid through there as I tightened it back on there to keep air from getting in there. When my rear brake had this problem I also rebuilt the master cylinder, which didn’t do anything either. It turned out there was a air-bubble that was right at the top of the brake line that just wouldn’t come out. I don’t know what else to try? I have tried the zip-ty trick. Any other way of getting air out that I haven’t tried? Should I try completely changing the fluid? (maybe it got contaminated?) Thanks alot, unfortunately I will get home tomorrow around 6pm to try and get my bike back up and going so I can ride before heading back to school.