Brake Pads Disc

Bicycle disc brakes avoid the problem that rim brakes have of wearing out the wheel rims, especially in muddy conditions. Bicycle disc pads are usually made from metal sinters or an organic compound instead of rubber, and usually last longer than rim pads. Disc brakes offer better modulation of braking power and generally require less effort at the lever to achieve the same braking power.

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Replacement Brake Pad For Deore Hydraulic

1600

Brake Pad For Avid Mechanical

1601

Brake Pad For Tektro Mechanical/hydraulic

1602

Replacement Brake Pad For Deore Mechanical

1603

Brake Pad For Hayes Hydraulic And Mechanical

1604

Brake Pad For Formula Hydraulic

1605

Brake Pad For Rst Mechanical

1606

Replacement Brake Pad For Shimano Deore Xt Or Grimeca System

1607

Brake Pad For Giant Mph 2001/2003

1608

Brake Pad For Alhonga Mechanical

1609

Brake Pad For Promax Mechanical

1610

Brake Pad For Hayes Sole

1611

Disc Pads Cannondale Coda

1613

Baradine, Brake shoes for Avid Code 5 disc brake, MF card

1614

Baradine, Brake shoes for Avid BB5 disc brake, MF card

1615

Baradine, Brake shoes for disc compatible with DSK320, 2 thin pads, MF card

1616

Baradine, Brake shoes for disc brake, semi-metal, compat w/Shimano XTR, MF card

1617

Baradine, Brake shoes for disc brake, organic, compat. Hayes Stroker Trial, MF card

1618

Baradine, Brake shoes for disc brake, pr, for DSK-905 compat. AVID, MF card

1619

Disc Brake Pads for Novella

8080

Disc brake pads, Avid Elixir

8081

DISC PADS, TEKTRO AQUILA

8082

DISC PADS, MAGURA CLARA 2001/ LOUISE / LOUISE FR

8083B

DISC PADS, MAGURA JULIE

8083C

DISC PADS, MAGURA MARTA

8083D