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Components - Bicycle Disc Brakes

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Here is a list of popular and relevant bicycle disc brake brands:

  • Shimano
  • SRAM
  • TRP
  • Avid
  • Hayes
  • Magura
  • Formula
  • Hope
  • Tektro
  • Clarks
  • Promax
  • Nukeproof
  • Galfer
  • EBC
  • SwissStop
  • Kool-Stop
  • Ashima
  • Juin Tech
  • Dia-Compe
  • Paul Components
  • Wilwood
  • Trp Cycling
  • Campagnolo
  • FSA
  • DBA

Shimano and SRAM are the leading brands for high-performance disc brakes, offering a wide range of hydraulic and mechanical disc brake systems for road, mountain, and other cycling disciplines.

TRP, Avid (now owned by SRAM), and Hayes are well-respected brands known for their reliable and powerful disc brake offerings, particularly in the mountain bike segment.

Magura and Formula are German brands that specialize in high-end hydraulic disc brakes, often used by professional racers and discerning enthusiasts.

Hope and Tektro provide a variety of disc brake options catering to different budgets and performance levels.

Clarks, Promax, and Nukeproof offer budget-friendly disc brake solutions, often found on entry-level and mid-range bicycles.

Galfer, EBC, SwissStop, and Kool-Stop are known for their high-performance disc brake pads and rotors, providing aftermarket upgrade options for improved braking performance.

Ashima and Juin Tech are respected brands in the disc brake market, offering reliable and affordable solutions for various cycling segments.

Dia-Compe and Paul Components cater to the custom-build and specialty markets with their precision-engineered disc brake components.

Wilwood is a renowned brand in the automotive and motorsports industry, also offering high-performance disc brakes for cycling applications.

Campagnolo, FSA, and DBA round out the list, providing disc brake options as part of their broader component lineups or specialty offerings.

This list covers a range of disc brake brands suitable for various cycling disciplines, budgets, and performance requirements, ensuring riders have access to reliable and powerful braking systems to match their riding needs and preferences.