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|Reynolds Reynolds Carbon Brake Pad - Set of 4
Historically, a pair of carbon fiber wheels meant that you'd have to sacrifice braking power as compared to a nice set of aluminum rims. It was just a fact of life with composites. Over the last few years, carbon specific brake pads have gotten much better. The new Reynolds Blue Pads are...
|SwissStop Disc Brake Pad Set
The Swiss Alps, no doubt, are home to some spectacular and demanding mountain bike terrain. SwissStop's testing facility is nestled there as well. Their technicians tirelessly test and re-test brake pad compounds so you can ride with confidence knowing the best stopping power and control...
|SwissStop FlashPro Original Black Brake Pad Set
SwissStop is one of those rare companies whose obsession puts them above their peers in the industry. You see, SwissStop pads are made by a Swiss company named Rex Articoli SA. They manufacture high-tech rubber bits for industry. In fact, SwissStop brake pads are the only consumer item that they...
|SwissStop Full FlashPro Elite Black Prince Brake Pads
Compatible with both Shimano and SRAM brakes, Swisstop Full FlashPro Elite Black Prince Brake Pads are for carbon rims only. The 'Full' in SwissStop Full FlashPro means that this brake pad kit comes with pads and holders. There will be no stripped set screws or lost parts. Simply remove your old,...
|SwissStop RacePro BXP Brake Pads
The simple story of SwissStop's new RacePro Blue Extreme Performance (BXP) Brake Pads for alloy surfaces is that they deliver more power with less required lever force, in both wet and dry conditions. SwissStop's parent company, Rex Articoli, is a specialist in technical rubber compounds. And...
|SwissStop RacePro Yellow King Brake Pads - Set of 4
Are SwissStop RacePro Yellow King brake pads the best pads in the world for use with carbon fiber rims? We should have the courage to flat-out say it, but instead we'll just pass along this little piece of gossip: It's SwissStop that makes Lightweight's house brand brake pads -- and we don't know...