Motorcycle Brake

High Quality Adjustable Motorcycle Brake Clutch Lever Modification Accessories 


  • Weight: 0.3kg
  • Material: CNC aluminum alloy
  • Special feature: motorcycle brake handle
  • Length: 18cm
  • Width: 5cm


  • 100% brand new and high quality.
  • High-quality aluminum alloy CNC processing is used to enhance its stability and durability.
  • Enhance the appearance of your motorcycle and make your motorcycle eye-catching

Product Details

Six-speed adjustment control

The horns are designed with 6 gears. Choose the appropriate angle and adjust it to the angle of use according to the size of your palm.

Using oxidation process

Surface anodizing coloring technology has strong corrosion resistance, effectively enhances wear resistance and hardness, and protects the metal surface.

Quality Assurance

Professional production and processing, strict control of product quality, ensuring excellent quality.

Rich colors

You can choose your favorite color according to your preference.

What are motorcycle disc brakes?

Motorcycle disc brake is a braking system used for deceleration and parking. It consists of a brake disc and a brake clamp. The rider applies pressure by pulling on the brake handle, causing the brake pads in the brake clamp to clamp the brake disc, creating friction to slow down or stop.

Why use motorcycle disc brakes?

Motorcycle disc brakes have advantages over traditional drum brakes. It has better heat dissipation performance, higher braking efficiency, more precise control and more stable performance, especially more reliable during high-speed riding or emergency braking.

What types of motorcycle disc brakes are there?

Motorcycle disc brakes are mainly divided into two types: suspended disc brakes and fixed disc brakes. The brake clips of floating disc brakes can move freely during braking, while the brake clips of fixed disc brakes are fixed in position. Both types have their pros and cons, and the choice depends on the motorcycle model and rider needs.

How to judge motorcycle disc brake wear?

Generally speaking, when motorcycle disc brakes are worn to a certain extent, the brake pads will reach the minimum thickness mark. At this time, new brake pads need to be replaced to ensure braking performance and safety.

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