Brake pads

Brake pads are some of the most important components on your bicycle. The condition of your brake pad will determine everything. Find great quality at Velomio!
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Jagwire Mountain Sport V-Brake Brake Pads | brake pad Jagwire Mountain Sport
save: 6 % from: 4 gbp
Muc-Off Disc Brake Covers (Pair) | brake pad Muc-Off Covers
save: 21 % from: 16 gbp
Elvedes Bremsesko V-type 72mm Alu | brake pad Elvedes V-72mm
from: 4 gbp
Magura Model year 2019 | brake pad MAGURA year 2019
from: 84 gbp
Avid BB7 Road Disc Brake | brake pad Avid BB7
from: 49 gbp
Bremsegummi Swissstop FLASH PRO BXP | brake pad SwissStop FLASH PRO BXP
from: 17 gbp
Rotor / Bremseskive Ø140 Swissstop Catalyst 2-delt (Centerlock) | brake pad SwissStop Rotor Catalyst 2-delt
from: 40 gbp
SRAM Guide T Disc Brakes | brake pad SRAM Guide T
from: 47 gbp
Bremseklods SRAM Level/Red/Force Organic | brake pad SRAM Level Force Organic
from: 9 gbp
XLC BR-X59 BREMSESKIVE 6 HULLER - Ø 203 mm | brake pad XLC BR- 6 HULLER Ø 203 mm
from: 20 gbp
Quaxar LYNX High Performance 6-hole Disc Rotor | brake pad Quaxar LYNX High Performance 6-hole
from: 8 gbp
SRAM Level Disc Brake | brake pad SRAM Level
from: 36 gbp
Quaxar Shimano Road Alu Cartridge Brake Shoes | brake pad Quaxar Shimano Cartridge
from: 4 gbp
from: 8 gbp
Record 12s Disc Brake Ergopower Ultra-Shift brake/shift lever combination (left or right) | brake pad Campagnolo Record 12Ergopower Ultra-Shift brake combination
from: 296 gbp
Campagnolo Shamal Mille Bremseklodser | brake pad Campagnolo Shamal Mille
from: 21 gbp
Jagwire Basic Road Brake Pads | brake pad Jagwire Basic
from: 4 gbp
Shimano G04Ti disc brake pads | brake pad Shimano G04Ti pads
from: 13 gbp
Swissstop Flash Evo BXP Bremsegummi (aluminium fælg) | brake pad SwissStop Flash Evo BXP
from: 17 gbp
Shimano G03A Resin Disc Brake Pads | brake pad Shimano G03A Resin Pads
from: 9 gbp
Aztec Road Insert Brake Blocks Ceramic Compound | brake pad Aztec Insert Compound
from: 6 gbp
Shimano Skivebremseklods M04 Resin BR-M755 | brake pad Shimano Resin BR-
from: 14 gbp
Shimano SLX M7100 Disc Brake | brake pad THE Shimano SLX
from: 105 gbp
SRAM Code RSC Skivebremse | brake pad SRAM Code RSC
from: 192 gbp

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Muc-Off Disc Brake Covers (Pair) | brake pad Muc-Off Covers
save: 21 % from: 16 gbp

Brake Pads

If you are shopping for brake pads, you may want to know whether all brake pads are universal. You also need to know what to consider while choosing brake pads for your bike. When looking for brake pads bike enthusiasts and riders need to know that, generally, bicycle brake pads are universal. The compound or material used to make them is what makes the biggest difference.

Some have tough metallic compounds whereas others feature soft metallic compounds. You will also find some variations in the diameter and size of the brake pad. However, these variations do not make much difference. If you are still unsure as to the brake pads to purchase, all you need to do is ask for advice from an expert on the best fit for your bike. 

If you need to replace your bike’s brake pads, you will find many comparisons at Velomio to suit your needs.

Types of Brake Pads

Disk Brake Pads

These brake pads do not use the bike’s rim as a braking surface. Rather, they use a circular metal disk attached to the hub of the bike’s wheel. This circular disk rotates through a caliper containing the brake pads. When you squeeze the brake lever, it will move the brake pads to the rotor, which will effectively cause friction that will slow down your bike. This type of braking system is quite common in mountain bikes and some road bikes. 

Rim Brake Pads

This type of braking system uses the rotating rim of your bike’s wheel as a braking surface. You mount rim brake pads at the end of two pivoted cantilevers. When you pull or squeeze the brake lever, the brake pads will press against both sides of your bike’s rim, which will slow it down. Rim brake pads are common in city bikes, road bikes, and mountain bikes.

Replacing your Brake Pads

When your bike’s brake pads wear out past a certain point, you will start to notice wear groves on them and other signs that will tell you that it is time to replace them. Before purchasing a new set of brake pads for your bike, however, you need to determine the type you need and other additional factors.

Taking these factors into account will help you ask the right questions that will help you make a more informed decision. If you do not know where to start looking for the right brake pads for your bike, Velomio will give you some great ideas. 

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