sounds like you have air in the lines somewhere maybe.
no, i ride on sand/ dirt and even on flat ground i can watch one wheel stop while the other turnsit could be that your toe is out of allignment therefor when breaking causing you to veer off to one side... just a thought.[/b]
ill try that when i get home, that seems to be a logical explanation.you might ned to pull the brakes apart and clean the pins that slide in the rubbers and re-grease them. they get dirty and dont slide very well and it puts all the pressure on the other brake and if they are both dirty it switches depending on what one moves easer. hope this helps[/b]