I changed the brake pads on all three rotors on Saturday. I thought I did my due diligence, watched some videos and dove into the job. The pads were pretty easy to change but when I got on the bike to test them out, the front brakes didn't grab like they normally do. I know that sometimes bleeding the brakes is required, but normally I don't do it as long as the brakes work correctly. Well, I bled both rotors on the front, with the help of my wife, and they still aren't grabbing (fully). I bled them several times to try to make sure any air is out of the lines, replaced the brake fluid, used a pump to make sure there was no air in the lines, and STILL am not getting a good grab on the front. Did I miss something? I never cracked the brake lines when changing out the pads, so in my mind, bleeding the brakes shouldn't have even been necessary. Does it have something to do with the ABS? What else can I check? I have a ride coming up next week and I wan to be safe.