Disc Brake Pads

Disc brake pads are specially designed to be used with bicycle disc brakes. Disc brakes are similar to drum brakes, but they use a rotor instead of a drum to stop the wheel. Disc brake pads are made of metal and rubber.  Disc brake pads wear down with use, so they need to be changed regularly.

Disc brake pads - breaking in

The disc brake pads for your bicycle's brakes are an integral part of your bike's braking system. They help to keep your bike moving safely and smoothly by allowing you to slow down or stop with ease, but they also need to be replaced regularly to maintain efficiency and performance.
  • With the right brakes, you can stop on a dime. With the wrong brakes, you could end up with a whole lot of nothing.
  • The main advantage of disc brakes is that they provide much more stopping power than traditional rim brakes. This means that if your bike has disc brakes, you'll be able to stop more quickly when you need to, which is great for safety reasons. In addition, disc brakes tend to last longer than rim brakes do because there's less wear and tear on the pads themselves.
  • They're easy to install, and they're also pretty affordable.
  • Disc brake pads are also generally easier to maintain than rim brakes. You don't have to worry about replacing the entire assembly if something goes wrong with your bicycle's braking system; all you have to do is replace the pads themselves instead! This makes it super easy for anyone who wants to take care of their bike without having to pay someone else for repairs (or buy a new one). A good guide would be to replace them when they are worn out to less than 1 mm thick. Allow for some breaking in before the maximum braking power can be achieved, like with any new brake pads, after all.
  • Metal ones will last you longer and they will heat up quicker, while the organic ones will wear out faster, but will generally perform better and quieter.

Take a look at our offer

At Velo Deals you will find the best deals on various disc brake pads from leading brands. If you have any questions regarding the purchase of your brand-new disc brake pads feel free to contact us and we will be more than happy to assist you!