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Where to buy motorcycle brake pads

There's really no such thing as a slow motorcycle. If you want speed, then two wheels is what you buy. Being a vulnerable human on a fast bike means that you have to know that your stoppers are going to work when you need them to. So, where do you look to buy the very best brake pads that you can use?

Buying after-market parts

Although, your bike dealership can supply you with factory replacement parts, you may find that the non-franchise sector offers you a better choice at better prices.
Bitzforbikes.co.uk
It isn't surprising to find that the web is packed with bike parts dealers. Motorbiking is becoming more popular as the expense of car ownership increases. A good source for all your motorcycle spares is Bitzforbikes.co.uk. Their brakes' section is very comprehensive and offers standard and sintered pads for virtually every bike you can think of, as well as, brake discs, cables, fluid and lines. Wemoto.com
Wemoto.com has been around since 1978 and sells just about every spare for every bike under the sun. Their site is searchable by model, so you can see all the products available for your bike on one screen. Prices include VAT, so there are no nasty shocks when you check out.

Making some improvements

Bendix and Ferodo brake pads If you're replacing service parts like these, then it can be beneficial to substitute uprated parts while you're doing it. Regular, manufacturer style parts like Bendix and Ferodo brake pads are great for touring and commuting. If you prefer to open it up now and again, or use your road bike on track days, then upgrading is a sensible choice. EBC
EBC sells brake pads and discs for a wide range of bikes and they are
well-thought of in-track day circles. It is worth considering uprating other parts of the stopping system with items like Hel or Goodridge brake lines at the same time. Pay a visit to the performance companies' respective websites to find your local retailer. Bike shows and motorcycle race days Bike shows and motorcycle race days are great places to find performance bike parts. There is always a large number of trade stands at these events with knowledgeable sales staff, who can advise you on the best combinations of products to make your machine go and stop like a track star. More often than not, you'll find special prices apply if you order on the day, so you can save a few pounds while enjoying the day!

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