The improved legendary HS33 rim brake features a redesigned master cylinder and 2 finger lever blade. – Full hydraulic rim brake system, closed design (no reservoir). – Mounts to cantilever/linear brake post studs (fork and/or frame).
Streamlined alloy brake lever assembly with integrated (TPA) turbo pad wear. Adjuster and integrated reach adjust. All hose fittings perfectly hidden with new designed caps. Compatible with all trigger and twist grip shifters.
Full-hydraulic magura mineral oil system with a 5-year leak-proof warranty. Includes: flip/flop front or rear lever, 1350 mm pre-bled (cut-to-fit) tubing, stud-mounted slave cylinders with mounting hardware, MC/lever and manual (brake boosters included).
I choose this brakes becose I have extreme heavy electric bike, his wheit is almost 61kg with battery and motor, my wheit is around 100kg, imagine how big powers have to work to stops my bike from speed 50km/h.
I try many diffrent brands and brakes, but only magura hs33 work as I need. They are just perfect, highly recomended.
This Shimano hydraulic brake and lever set combines a BR-M500 caliper which is perfect for XC to trail with a Deore BL-MT501 lever that delivers delivers high-powered mountain biking SERVO WAVE performance, and I-spec II compatibility.
Sleek and stable 2-piston caliper. Smooth and durable master cylinder design. Reliable power and rigid brake design. Insulated pad and piston. 2-finger lever design with adjustable reach. I-spec II lever clamp band provides more space and cleaner appearance on the handlebar.
This is a Deore XT level brake lever that is switchable to work with all brake systems. They work with cantilevers, V-brakes, caliper brakes and mechanical discs. They are designed for a flat bar road bike, but work equally well on a mtn or gravel bike.
I have a vintage mtn bike with V-brakes on the back and cantilevers on the front. I bought these levers so I would have matching levers on a bike with different brake systems. I do recommend these levers.
I purchased these because I’ve been running them on my cargo bike for over a year. I use them with 180mm rotors. They have excellent stopping power and modulation. Bleeding them is easy. Great fit and finish to the parts and super consistency.
I thought about speccing higher level parts for my rigid mountain bike but went with these again because there’s just no downside to them.
Updated, refined, and ready to dominate smooth ribbons of singletrack, Shimano’s XT BR-M8100 Disc Brakes hit the trail once again with their lightweight, sleek aesthetics, and unbeatable stopping power.
While a lot of the composition of the brake stays true to its predecessor, the 8000-series brake, like its two-piston design, integrated master cylinder, and clean black aesthetic, features a redesigned brake lever based on the XTR 9100 series that’s optimized for refined ergonomics, allowing you to test the limits with confidence and control.
And along with this improved bracing angle, its new mounting design pairs up with I-Spec EV to save you space in the cockpit, so you’ve got plenty of room for dropper posts, remote lockouts, and accessories.
The new XT 8100 brake lever packs in 10% more stiffness than the 8000-series, even under high temperature, this translates to quicker brake engagement, while the new mounting position makes for shorter free stroke.
Its new mounting position moves the clamp more inboard, which ads an extra contact point between the bar and lever. What this translates to is a drastic increase in efficiency and control over the bike, without limiting brake engagement.
Additionally, the lever stays the same over all of the 8100-series brakes, so you can maintain identical cockpit comfort from your rowdy enduro whip to your cross-country race machine.
Pretty much top of the line. The power is ridiculous. Good brake and braking technique actually make you a faster and more confident rider. This is an upgrade from SRAM G2 R that came on my bike. Buying brakes separately is always costly.
But this is totally worth the price. I feel like there is about 100% increase in stopping power ( and this is with resin. less powerful pads) and a huge amount of modulation ( SRAM has 0 of it but I knew it before).
Bleeding should be easy compared to SRAM, the upgrade does require extra pieces ( SRAM rotors are 200mm and Shimano are 203, so a new mounting bracket is needed) I do not do many upgrades for my bikes and prefer keeping them stock by getting their end model with parts I want, but this is the single best upgrade ever because stock is never perfect :D.
I like the feel of these brakes. Less mushy than SRAM. Same power really but just a different feel that I prefer. They do suffer from the same problem of Shimano brakes over the years with their variable contact point on rough trails.
General trail riding is fine, it’s when things get really rough that the problem occurs. Bite point varies greatly and can cause problems on the front when you get far more braking than you ask for. Unsettling for sure.
I would think that they have worked this out by now. This is for a review of a front brake.
I upgraded from Deore M6120’s to these 2 piston XT’s up front and 4 Pistons in the rear, personal preference. These brakes are, without a doubt, a positive upgrade over the Deore version with better modulation and feel at the lever, not to mention improved build quality.
A more significant adjustment with the shifter and dropper lever. I had 2 piston SLXs on a 2015 Fuel EX and loved those and never had an issue with brakes, so I see this continuing with the XT’s. I recommend staying away from the Deore versions and getting at least SLX, and there is a difference.
With a focus on reduced weight and highly tuned stopping power, the Shimano SLX Disc Brakes are the last stop for Mountain Bike stopping. The M7100 Brake Levers provide intuitive modulation so you can explore your limits with confidence.
These levers feature an optimized lever axle position and additional contact points for refined ergonomics. You’ll find these levers to be stiffer than their predecessors with quicker brake engagement and a shorter free stroke.
This means greater flexibility and an action-focused cockpit layout. The convenience of a toolless reach adjustment shouldn’t be overlooked, either. The Shimano SLX M7120 caliper features consistent braking performance and reliable stopping power in all conditions.
The 4-piston caliper instills greater downhill confidence and control with quicker piston retraction and 10% greater braking power when compared to the M7000.
I just recently ordered Expressionist Facial Device and to be honest I am very clueless when it comes to skincare. However, I wanted to try it based on many good reviews and hope that it will work for me as well.
I reached out to Elevatione support and all I can say is I was totally blown away with their quick response and how they took time to really explain to me the step by step process, what each light does and what to use with my skincare, what products I can apply before and after using the device, etc.
They answered patiently every questions I asked and provided more information that will help me understand best the basic thing to do. This is what I call Extra Excellent customer service. As for the device itself, I have started using it two days ago, morning (green light) and at night (blue light) to help with my dark spots and to even out my skin tone.
It is actually very easy to use. I use it for 6 minutes per session (when the light turns to red, I click till its back to green or blue light). I do not have face serum, my device came with the eye serum, so I use the device on my clean face.
It does not glide. it kind of sticks to the face but I move it around my face after every few seconds so it covers my whole face in 6 minutes. I am excited and waiting in anticipation to see great results.
My order was delivered before I could change it to bundle #3. Support assured me it’s ok. Still. I want the best results as much as possible. I am thinking of getting the eye and neck bundle later.
I am very impressed with the Expressionist Facial Device. I was very hesitant at first due to a previous purchase of a similar product. I am no longer hesitant! First, the device arrived earlier than anticipated, which was awesome.
The device arrived in a very nice box and had an instruction manual included. I could tell, just looking at the device that it is of good quality and far better than I anticipated. The device is easy to use and feels so relaxing.
Not to mention, it is so convenient. I use it twice a day. First in the morning and then while watching TV in the evening. I also think it was designed to be ergonomically correct as it just fits perfect in my hand.
Lastly, the customer service is top notch. I have been contacted to confirm that I received the device and have received an email with helpful tips. VERY HAPPY WITH MY PURCHASE!!.
I’ve bought endless products to help with my skin. I was weary about this one seemed to be too good to be true, but I purchased it anyway. I am sssssooooo happy I did. I’ve had this for maybe a week, it’s already done wonders for my face.
Some of my tiny lines have actually disappeared, my dark spots are completely gone and my skin feels like it’s a face of a 16 year Olds. I know you probably are thinking, yea sure, but I absolutely am telling the truth.
I normally don’t write reviews, but I just had to with this. Ladies/men, it’s totally worth the money. Within days of use, you’ll feel and see the difference. Thank you for advertising this, I would have never found it!.
Top notch trail performance doesn’t have to be expensive. With two pistons providing the stopping power to the rear, plus four pistons up front, the MT Trail brakes by Magura deliver 100% performance.
Makes sense, right? 2 4 = 100% performance. The MT Trail Sport is optimized for aggressive trail riding, and at 485 grams (complete) they are quite a bit lighter than the MT7, and just a tad heavier than ultralight MT8.
The HC aluminum brake lever features a 2-finger ergonomic design that gives you total control over these powerful stoppers that will you having riding with confidence in any condition.
This is is excellent product, my stock cheap shimano brakes were working like a 50 year old truck! These can be tuned to stop your bike on a dime. I would suggest for the maximum braking performance you buy magura rotors I personally have 203mm front and rear mdr-c which are a good balance for my weight but this varies.
You can go 220mm at the front but this is overkill but for the most hardened mountain downhillers. Lovely metal levers with a smooth action which also can be tuned in and out to reach the biting point.
Easily bleed using a kit obtainable reasonably anywhere but be sure to use magura royal blood oil. As with all new brakes bed the pads/discs in before expecting their full potential.
Great stopping power for an amazing price. I like them so much I have this set on two of my bikes, with a third soon to have them once my recent order arrives. IMHO these are an even better deal than the MT5.
Why? These brakes come with the 1 finger aluminum lever which is a 25. 20€ (retail in the USA for approx $50. 00) bonus. Clearly written installation instructions, all the hardware even the extra barbs and olives so you can cut the hose to fit your bike.
Positioned as Magura’s mid-tier brakes for enduro and aggressive trail riding, the MT Thirty Brakes offer excellent stopping power without breaking (braking?) the bank. Magura’s Carbotecture levers offer the legendary lever feel that Magura brakes are known for, while the 4-piston caliper provides enough stopping power for fast and loose trails.
Shimano has ended the long-standing debate on whether to set up our gravel rigs with road or mountain groupsets with the new gravel-specific GRX groupset, and the GRX BL-RX810 Brake Lever & Caliper offers the flexibility to run a two-by setup on our fully-rigid offroad steeds.
This brake and caliper packs in the same technology that you’ll find in the standard one-by RX810, with Ultegra-level responsiveness, and redesigned hoods for improved grip on the bars when you’re riding through chattery and variable conditions — plus a redesigned pivot point on the lever that makes pulling the brake that much more confidence inspiring.
Shimano spent the last two years developing the new GRX group that’s specifically designed to tackle dirt roads and singletrack on drop-bar machines, and they incorporated plenty of feedback from dedicated gravel racers and enthusiasts in the process.
The changes lie in a refined lever shape that improves comfort for mixed terrain riding, as well as a textured anti-slip surface on the levers that improves braking grip and control. The RX810 hydraulic calipers are effectively the same as Shimano’s flat-mount road calipers, delivering powerful braking performance of ServoWave, with heat-dissipating Ice Tech brake pads, as well as simple set up and maintenance thanks to One-Way Bleeding technology.
High quality construction but flawed design. The lever travels almost all the way to the handlebar before engaging the hydraulic brakes. Shimano confirms this is normal and will not warranty the levers.
There is not enough space behind the lever for fingers so you need to release the handlebar completely to wrap your fingers around the lever, no two finger braking. There is a VERY small amount of adjustment (less than 5mm) and using it just helps make sure the lever doesn’t contact the bar when the brakes are fully applied.
I can’t in good conscience sell these to someone else so I’m living with them. Great shifting and quality construction take it up from zero stars.
The Shimano BR-M4100 Disc Brake system equips your 10-speed Deore group with the I-SPEC EV clamp, short-stroke lever, and a powerful two-piston caliper with responsive engagement. The short-stroke lever actuation engages the rotor with limited lever-pull, leaving much more range to apply the pressure you need for the specific braking conditions in which you’re riding.
I-SPEC EV clamp creates a cleaner cockpit area, affords higher levels of tunabilty, and provides an additional contact point on the bars for more stable lever pull in high-pressure braking conditions.
The quick install and ease of set up gets you on the trails in no time.
As dropper posts become increasingly more common on gravel bikes, Shimano stays ahead of the game with the GRX BL-RX810-LA lever and caliper set. This innovative dual-control lever integrates the brake lever and dropper post remote into one unit, streamlining your cockpit and providing much easier access than a traditional handlebar-mounted dropper remote.
This means you can raise and lower your dropper post quickly and almost effortlessly, without needing to pull your hands away from the bars and risk losing control. The set includes the left lever, hose, and front brake caliper, and is designed for 1x GRX drivetrains only since the dropper post mechanism takes the place of your left shifter, eliminating the possibility of using it with a front derailleur.
Please note that the shift cable head must be located at the lever, meaning it only works with dropper posts that are able to clamp the cable itself, and don’t rely on having the cable head at the post.
The Shimano BR-M6100 DEORE Front Disc Brake Set has everything you need to replace your disc brakes in one set. It includes the DEORE M6100 hydraulic disc brake caliper that features a lightweight braking performance and reliable stopping power in all conditions, combined with the quicker brake engagement and shorter free stroke of the DEORE BL-M6100 hydraulic disc brake lever that delivers intuitive braking so you can stay focused on the trail ahead.
Rounding-up this great package is the DEORE SM-BH90-SS hydraulic disc brake hose that uses two straight style connections. Stay safe and keep your bike running like new with the BR-M6100 DEORE Front Disc Brake Set!.
Get controlled stopping power without locking up your budget. This hydraulic setup uses DirectLink levers to put instant, positive feel at your fingertips. A large reservoir and field-proven 2-piston design ensures reliability on short, sharp runouts.
Levers are made of aluminum. Tooled reach adjust accommodates most hand and finger sizes. MatchMaker X compatibility for organized, accessible handlebar controls. Front hose is 950mm. Rear hose is 1800mm.
Pads are steel-backed organic. Pad holders are top-loading. Rotor sold separately.
Honestly, where do these positive reviews come from? I’ve never talked to a single person who actually had something good to say about SRAM brakes. The only thing positive I can say about them is that they are better than nothing.
Terrible stopping power. Unreliable. They’re a pain to work on compared to other brake manufacturers on the market. They are utter garbage and as a mechanic, I often wonder why SRAM even bothers manufacturing brakes.
They’re awful!Ask around next time you’re at a bike park. Everyone will tell you the same thing. How do you fix SRAM brakes?Throw them in the trash and get a set of Shimano, Hope, Megura, Saint. etc.
A frequent quibble with the G2s goes something like “Why not just get Codes?” Well I’ll tell you why, because they’re lighter, have a crisper lever actuation, use a more commonly found brakepad, oh and they’re like 60 bucks cheaper.
All that and you still get the only brake I’ve actively brought the lever throw in multiple times on because the contact point is so minutely adjustable. And sure, if you’re setting up some heavy-hitting DH/ enduro rig you may benefit from the extra fluid getting pushed around by the Code, but honestly, even on the biggest high country descents I’ve thrown at these things in Colorado have yet to give the G2s any noticeable brake fade.
Suffice to say, when I did my latest frame-up build there was no question which brake I was choosing.
This things rock, coming from the old guides. A fresh set of brakes is awesome. Also the bleeding for this generation is way easier, just make sure you have the right kit. Get yourself some of the new rotors too, huge upgrade to my bike by buying these.
The pad adjustment is nice too, no need to go Ultimate for carbon levers and shiny bolts. these are just as good.
* Sets the standard in the realm of mechanical disc brakes – Inboard and outboard adjustor knobs – Tri-Align Caliper Positioning System – and integrated Cable Stop spring tension adjustment ensures quiet – efficient stopping every time – 329g (front post mount – 160mm rotor).
Got a set of these to replace my cable actuated Trp/Hydro callipers on my commuter bike. Installation was straight forward and on my first test ride I felt good power, but not on par with the TRPs. After a few rides the pads bedded in and they now easily match the TRPs, they have excellent feel through the lever, so much so that they feel like they are actually hydro.
If you want great stopping power and modulation without the complexity of a hydro lever or calliper these puppies are the bomb. For reference my commuter bike has a Dillenger ebike kit on it so it is quite weighty, maybe 15kg+ but these BB7s’ deal with that stopping burden easily.
These aren’t real Avid BB7’s. They are knock offs, just like the cheap “Avid” rotors with date codes from 8 years ago. But, they work almost as well as the originals. the pad adjusters don’t index quite as solidly as the real thing.
They are noisy, but so were the real deal. for the price, I think they are good. I might buy them again if I needed cheap cable actuated disc brakes and rotors.
Almighty power, but not the best modulation It takes a good amount of time to set them up until they really feel right, but when they’re set up right. holy wow does it have power! (I’m using an alhonga drop bar lever and 180mm Shimano SM-RT56 rotor on 26″ wheels) In fact, it seems to have more power than my Hope mono M4 front brake on a 203mm rotor, also on 26″ wheels, but that also gives it much less modulation.
It’s so powerful, it can make my super grippy Schwalbe big apple tyres scream and my Surly long haul trucker fork flex if I lean back far enough to not be ejected from the saddle. I used to think mechanical disc brakes were lacking in power, but it seems I’m totally wrong when it comes to these.
MAGURA’s new definition of trail braking performance is defined by 4 pistons at the front for maximum braking power and 2 pistons at the rear for perfect controllability. Magura offers this with a weight of only about 230 grams (average).
In addition, the Magura MT Trail SL can be mounted on the left or right of the handlebar.
The Magura MT Trail SL setup is my absolute favorite set of brakes for my last 3 mountain bikes! The 4 piston front and 2 piston rear setup paired with 203’s rotors provides more than enough stopping power and just the right amount of modulation.
What i like best about the Magura brakes is the smooth modulation & activation of the brake itself. Easily customizable to suit your needs and preferences, how’s that you ask. Magura offers different types of levers with various types of adjustments, they also offer different colored inserts so if you don’t want blue you can pick up red, pink, purple etc.
another interesting feature is that Magura uses magnets to hold the brake pads against the pistons thus you’ll never hear the brake pads rattling like some other brands. Magura brakes are also one of the easiest and cleanest (not spilling fluid everywhere) brakes to bleed and because they are mineral oil (Magura Blood) you won’t have to worry about your paint falling off due to the aggressive nature of brake fluid.
I am a full Magura convert and even converted my wife to Magura brakes as well.
These brakes and power and modulation better than Codes and XTRs only if you can bleed the. Purchased the MT Trail SL. 4 pistons front, 2 piston rear. It usually take 5 tries for the 4 piston but good luck with the 2 pistons.
I have 2 sets and both have issues with rubbing ?? to the extent that I purchased different brakes. I’ve bled the calipers multiple times, I put magura blood on the dust boots on the pistons it worked for a short time and again the pistons don’t return into the calipers properly causing the pads to rub on the rotors, I even changed the pads.
I contacted magura and they weren’t much help. I’m stuck with 2 sets ?? they look good, and when they work there great.
I have these brakes on my 2020 Marin Alpine Trail 7. They grab really good, the stopping power is excellent due to the 4 piston design. I’ve ridden black diamond trails with these brakes and I can say that they are solid.
I have a 203mm disc in the front and 180mm disc in the rear. Easy to maintain, and the changeability of the brake pads are simple. The con is that the brake grip is not a two or one finger lever, but it does the job in the purpose in the design.
I like them, and I’m going to replace my shimano mt 200’s on my hardtail with these brakes because of the excellent stopping power these brakes provide.
Upgraded with a 180mm rotor(not included) from Aurigas/160mm on hardtail and got powered up, with the stock hose there isnt ultimate power for their size but do have some modulation which is welcome and makes them a good buy.
The Magura MT8 Pro mtb disc brakes are great brakes that excel in dosing and braking power. It is one of the most performance-oriented brakes on Magura and offers strong braking power and maximum stability.
If every extra gram weighs too much, the Magura MT8 Pro disc brake is the ideal solution! The ergonomic anodised brake lever is streamlined to be as light as possible. The handlebar clamp gives you a direct and accurate feel in conjunction with sovereign braking power.
You can optimise the brake to your own preferences. The brake is easy to adjust without tools. This low weight, the lightweight aluminium construction and the chrome coloured aluminium callipers are a remarkable improvement on your bike! Please note when purchasing this product: This product has been designed in accordance with Dutch standards.
In the Netherlands it is customary to mount the front brake on the left and the rear brake on the right. This differs from the British standard, where the front brake is mounted on the right and the rear brake on the left.
The Shimano BR-MT200 hydraulic disc brake with 3-finger brake lever is the industry benchmark for affordable high performance. Hydraulic disc brake with a high, precisely metered braking force in the powerful design.
Opposing pistons prevent vibrations. Natural mineral oil as hydraulic fluid, environmentally friendly and is neither toxic nor corrosive, in bicycle hydraulic braking systems.
The SRAM G2 Ultimate Disc Brakes have been designed for aggressive trail and enduro riders, delivering serious power. The G2 Ultimate has been nicknamed SRAM’s “mini-code” – a downhill inspired brake built for enduro riding.
These brakes include a carbon lever that rotates on a sealed bearing for an excellent lever feel.
Providing consistent, predictable braking in all conditions, the Clarks M2 mountain bike (MTB) disc brakes offer incredible value at a fraction of the price of other models on the market. Options explained: “Front LH” options mean Front brake with left-hand brake lever “Front RH” options mean Front brake with right-hand brake lever “Rear LH” options mean Rear brake with left-hand brake lever “Rear RH” options mean Rear brake with right-hand brake lever.
I bought a rear set to replace the woeful mechanical disc brake on my son’s Giant ATX. It was very easy to install. The internal frame routing was not a problem, I just used the old brake outer to pull the new hose through.
Shortening was not a problem with the supplied olive and the requisite tool I got from Amazon for a tenner. Being so good, I quickly bought the front set and installed them in minutes. I did have to buy new gear shifters as the bike was fitted with combined shift/brake leavers.
Both sets of brakes needed a minor bleed which is easy to do, though you do need a bleed funnel/syringe to do this. I recommend you get a Clarkes bleed kit and some mineral oil when you buy these brakes.
Bottom line is that these are epic brakes for the money, they were very straight forward to fit and I am now confident my son has decent brakes for his ride to school!.
Having fallen off my bike and damaged the rear brake lever i was disappointed to find out i couldn’t buy replacement parts. Having been told i had to buy the complete set came as a surprise. The Brake system itself is easy to fit and is totally right for my bike.
It is good quality but not being able to buy parts and then being told it would cost £40 instore seemed excessive. On the plus side i was then advised it would be cheaper online to click and collect and therefore saved me £15.
I bought a Carrera Impel 2 bike from Halfords. The bike is great apart from the quality of the brakes which did not inspire confidence. I therefore wanted a set of hydraulic brakes and the Clark’s M2 set were recommended by Halfords.
I have had them for 3 weeks now and they work very well. The bike now brakes much more smoothly and efficiently and they have improved the quality of the bike.
Shimano’s BR-M4120 Disc Brake comes packed with value and is well-placed for entry-level cyclists to experience life off-road. The BR-M4120 features rapid and responsive braking performance to elevate your all-mountain riding experience.
A shorter free-stroke moves the brake pads to contact the rotors with less lever-travel, meaning you’re on the brakes faster and have more lever to squeeze to get the braking force for a specific section of trail.
The M4120’s I-SPEC EV lever clamp optimizes tuning to accommodate more fit options with the shift lever and braces the brake lever body against the handlebar for more stability under heavy braking. The caliper body brings powerful performance, when compared to lower-tier two-piston bodies, and packs responsive, reliable, and consistent braking.
Mountain biking is a sport that requires a great deal of skill and precision. One of the most important aspects of mountain biking is having properly functioning brakes. Hydraulic brakes are the most common type of brakes used on mountain bikes.
They are highly effective and provide the rider with great control.
There are a few things to keep in mind when using hydraulic brakes on a mountain bike. First, it is important to make sure that the brakes are properly bled before use. If the brakes are not bled properly, they will not work correctly and could potentially fail.
Second, always use fresh brake fluid when bleeding the brakes. Old fluid can cause the brakes to feel spongy and can make them less effective. Finally, be sure to check the brake pads regularly and replace them when they begin to wear down.
Hydraulic brakes are an essential part of any mountain bike. With proper maintenance, they will provide the rider with years of trouble-free performance.
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