Collection: Brake Parts

Bike brakes need regular servicing and you will need the right spare parts to complete the job. We have a full range of spare parts from all the top bike brake brands like Shimano, Hayes, Avid, SRAM, Formula and Hope.

Brake Parts Buying Guide

When it comes to your bike, the brakes are one of the most important components. Disc brakes provide stopping power by using a caliper to squeeze brake pads against a rotor. When you pull on the lever, hydraulic fluid is forced into the caliper, which in turn applies pressure to the pads and causes them to clamp down on the rotor. This process slows or stops the wheel from spinning.

As with any other component on your bike, the brakes will eventually need to be serviced or replaced. Pads and rotors will wear down over time and may need to be replaced, and in regards to rim brakes, sometimes even the wheel may need replacing if the braking surface is too worn. If you notice that your bike isn't stopping as well as it used to, it's most likely time for a new set of pads. In addition, if your pads are worn down to the metal, they can damage your rotors, so it's important to replace them before they get too low. We recommend replacing brake pads when they reach 1.5mm of braking material, and material below 1mm needs to be replaced immediately.

Disc brakes are made up of a few different parts, including the caliper, pads, rotor, and fluid. The caliper is the part that houses the brake pads and squeezes them against the rotor. The pads are what actually make contact with the rotor and create friction to slow down or stop the wheel. The rotor is a metal disc that is mounted on the wheel and spins along with it. Hydraulic fluid is used to power the caliper and applies pressure to the pads when you pull on the brake lever.

If you're having trouble with your disc brakes, the first thing to check is the pads. If they're worn down, replace them. If the problem persists, it could be a problem with the caliper or rotor. Bring your bike to our shop for an inspection and repairs if you feel the problem exceeds your skill level. Our team will be happy to get you riding again. With proper maintenance, your disc brakes should last for years. If you find that your brakes are leaking oil, it could be a problem with seals in the brakes, or improper installation. Either of which we will gladly help diagnose and solve quickly and efficiently.

Guide to Our Brands

SRAM has been making brake parts for many years, and they have a reputation for quality and performance. When it comes to SRAM brakes, you can be sure that you are getting a product that is built to last and will perform reliably in all conditions. SRAM offers a wide range of brake parts, including pads, rotors, calipers, levers, and DOT 5.1 fluid, so you can find the perfect setup for your needs. Whether you are looking for high performance or simply want to upgrade your existing brake system, SRAM has the right parts for you.

SRAM centerline rotors offer superior braking performance in a wide range of conditions. The design is based on the principle of centrifugal force, which allows the rotor to self-center on the wheel during braking. This results in more consistent and powerful braking, as well as reduced vibration and noise. SRAM centerline rotors are available in a variety of sizes and finishes so if you're racing downhill, you may want a larger rotor at 220mm, vs someone on the road who may only need 160mm to keep weight down.

If you own SRAM brakes, then you may want to consider their branded DOT 5.1 brake fluid. SRAM DOT 5.1 fluid is a synthetic brake fluid designed for use in hydraulic disc brakes. It is not compatible with mineral oil-based fluids, and should only be used in systems that are designed for it. SRAM recommends that their DOT 5.1 fluid be replaced every two years, or sooner if the system is opened for any reason.

SRAM recommends that their DOT 5.1 fluid be replaced every two years, or sooner if the system is opened for any reason. When purchasing DOT 5.1 fluid, be sure to check the compatibility of the fluid with your brake system to avoid damaging it. SRAM primarily uses DOT in their brakes, however other brands such as Hope.

Shimano mountain bike disc brakes utilize a hydraulic system to create stopping power. A piston in the caliper presses brake pads against the rotor to slow or stop the wheel's rotation. Shimano disc brakes are some of the most powerful on the market, and are often used by downhill and freeride riders who need maximum braking performance.

Their road and gravel brakes compete to be the brakes of world class riders, as well. Specifically their Dura-ace for road and GRX for gravel. However, these brakes like all components will need maintenance and we have the parts for you.

Shimano brake pads are some of the most popular and well-respected brake pads on the market. They're known for their quality, durability, and performance, making them a great choice for both casual and serious cyclists alike.

There are a few things to keep in mind when shopping for Shimano brake pads, however. First, be sure to check what type of pad your bicycle uses. Shimano makes both disc and rim brakes, so you'll need to get the right type of pads for your bike. Second, take note of the size and shape of your brake pads. Shimano offers a variety of different sizes and shapes to fit different types of bikes and riding styles. For example, mountain brake pads will be different than road brake pads, and vice versa. Shimano does a great job of providing product support, so if you search your brake model online, they will provide you with a list of compatible brake pads and parts for your service needs.

Finally, be sure to read the instructions that come with your brake pads. This will ensure that you install them correctly and get the most out of their performance.