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Motorcycle Brakes

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Goodridge Banjo Bolt Brake Light Switch
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EBC Brakes X Motorcycle Brake Disc
NZ$226.66 Ex VAT NZ$226.66 INC VAT
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EBC Brakes X Motorcycle Brake Disc
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EBC Brakes X Motorcycle Brake Disc
NZ$226.66 Ex VAT NZ$226.66 INC VAT
EBC Brakes X Motorcycle Brake Disc
NZ$226.66 Ex VAT NZ$226.66 INC VAT
EBC Brakes X Motorcycle Brake Disc
NZ$226.66 Ex VAT NZ$226.66 INC VAT
EBC Brakes X Motorcycle Brake Disc
NZ$226.66 Ex VAT NZ$226.66 INC VAT
EBC Brakes X Motorcycle Brake Disc
NZ$226.66 Ex VAT NZ$226.66 INC VAT
EBC Brakes X Motorcycle Brake Disc
NZ$226.66 Ex VAT NZ$226.66 INC VAT
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Motorcycle brakes are vital components for ensuring safety and performance. Upgrading or maintaining the braking system can significantly enhance a bike's stopping power, control, and overall ride quality.

Modern motorcycle brakes typically consist of disc brakes, which are preferred for their superior performance compared to older drum brakes. These systems include brake discs (or rotors), callipers, and brake pads. High-performance brake discs are often made from materials like stainless steel, providing better heat dissipation and durability. The brake callipers, which house the brake pads, are crucial for applying the necessary force to the discs, ensuring efficient braking.

Upgrading to high-performance brake pads can also make a substantial difference. These pads are designed to offer better friction, reducing stopping distances and improving safety. Additionally, some riders opt for braided stainless steel brake lines, which offer better resistance to expansion under pressure, providing a more consistent and responsive braking feel.

When choosing brake upgrades, it's essential to consider compatibility, riding style, and specific needs, such as track use or everyday commuting. Proper installation and regular maintenance are crucial to maximise performance and safety.

Investing in high-quality motorcycle brakes ensures better control and peace of mind, making it a worthwhile consideration for any rider.