This might be the most affordable Hope upgrade you can make to your bike.
Galfer’s oversized rotor has performance advantages in the direst circumstances, but might be overkill elsewhere.
The Direttissima are some of the most powerful, lightest, and most expensive mountain bike brakes on the market.
Hayes brakes are back in a big way with the Dominion A2, a slimmed-down version of the excellent A4 we tested last year.
Braking INCAS prototype brakes deliver extra stopping power & lighter weight in the same customizable design to suit all mountain bike disciplines.
Clean design with power at the ready for the most recent model in the TRP brake family.
This is a complete redesign of the G-SPEC DH-R, with new lever blade, new mineral oil, new master cylinder piston, hybrid calipers, new everything.
TRP Components has completely redesigned the new DHR EVO brake system and are offering a downhill bike version and eMTB version.
Big brakes for big bikes. And maybe little ones, too.
TRP's latest brakes provide plenty of stopping power for everything from trail to downhill bikes.
Magura may not be the first name you think of when you think about brakes, but they offer a lot of customization options in a reliable brake system that packs a punch.
We put together the most detailed guide on the planet with the top models from both brands.
Can the Hayes Dominion A4 bring the brand back to its former glory?
Formula waited to make a 4-piston mountain bike brake system until they could truly make it better than what they already had.
Brakes need to be reliable, 100% of the time.
SRAM is offering the G2 RS brakes and G2 R brakes with some solid upgrades, increasing power and performance.
It's fully rebuildable, has plenty of leverage at the brake lever, and a classic, positive, consistent, feeling where the harder I pull the more stopping force I get at the rotor.
Is Hayes Back?