Included in each pair are two individual brake pads and a stainless steel spring, designed for use with one caliper
The Gorilla brand manufactures these brake pads. Choose your preferred quantity from the options provided. The brake pads come in different compounds - Sintered, Semi-metallic, Ceramic, Enduro Pro Ultimate Metal Ceramic, Enduro Pro Semi-metallic, and Enduro Pro Resin. They have the ability to resist heat up to 600 degrees without causing brake fade. Each pad is fortified with a super strong stainless steel spring from Gorilla.
We offer a 60-day warranty and a money-back guarantee. The order is shipped on the same day (next day delivery within the UK).
Gorilla Brakes have been meticulously developed and rigorously tested to meet the highest standards of quality and dependability. They are designed to outlast OEM brake pads by up to four times, thanks to a new formula that enhances heat dissipation (up to 600 degrees without brake fade).
The Multi-compound pads offer swift bedding in, an exceptional initial bite, low noise, and are excellent for mineral oil brakes as they don't generate much heat. They provide smooth modulation and are a favorite among many riders.
The Ceramic Nanotech compound is a high-performance ceramic composite material that allows progressive and controlled braking with exceptional lever response. These pads offer incredible thermo recovery, Short pad life, and are gentle on your rotors. With their durable bonded ceramic-fibre structure,
The Enduro Pro Ultimate compound provides superior performance by combining the qualities of metal and ceramic. They offer controlled braking and excellent heat management.
The Enduro Pro Semi-metallic compound is considered the best semi-metallic compound available. It provides remarkable braking power, heat resistance, and durability.
The Enduro Pro Resin compound is known as the longest-lasting resin organic compound brake pad for bicycles in the world. They offer excellent braking power, low noise, and longevity.
These brake pads also fit the following: