SRAM Mountain Bike Components
Mountain Bike Components SRAM Code Brake Pads. These are original equipment SRAM replacement disc brake pads for Code brakes. They have a steel back plate and come in two compounds: organic and metallic. Organic pads have more initial bite and quieter braking. We’d recommend these for lighter riders and dry conditions, though it does come down to personal preference. For any wet weather riding, metallic pads are the preferred choice. Metallic pads also last longer and provide more consistent braking power on long descents, great for gravity trails and larger riders.
SwissStop Mountain Bike Components
Mountain Bike Components SwissStop Disc RS Brake Pads. If there’s anywhere on earth that we reckon you’d want reliable braking more than the rest of the planet, we’re pretty sure that the Alps would be that place, so its no surprise that the engineers at SwissStop have a knack for, well, stopping. The Disc RS Brake Pads are no different, offering smooth feel, predictable and progressive power, and exceptional durability as you weave down steep canyons with unforgiving shoulders — or hammer your way through cities packed with traffic, and all the while staying quiet as a mouse, even through grime a…
Deity Components Mountain Bike Components
Mountain Bike Components Deity Components Black Kat Pedals. When designing the Black Kat Pedals, Deity set out to create a pedal that would not only feel incredible underfoot, but would also last the test of time. Consider that mission accomplished. The larger platform, thinner body, and overall lighter feel puts the Black Kat at the top of the list of best platform pedals on the market.
e*thirteen components Mountain Bike Components
Mountain Bike Components e*thirteen components Base Flat Pedals. Give yourself a platform to stand on with e*thirteen’s Base Flat Pedals. These lightweight, composite pedals are built to handle your ride anywhere from rowdy enduro trails, to casual commutes, and host twenty-two adjustable and removable pins for tactile grip on your kicks. A range of color options lets you pick the pedal that best matches your steed, so you can ride in style from trail to tarmac.