Sintered material with a high friction index. 2x longer lasting than an organic
Guarantees steady braking.
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BRAKE PADS TYPE
1 pair of brake pads 1 spring metal pin not included
breaking in the pads: essential before starting your ride
You should try braking quickly a few times on a dry, flat, obstacle-free surface. 3 or 4 sets of 10 dry, intermittent stops are enough to break in your pads. Dry braking will wear down the pad a bit. Release your brakes for a few dozen seconds between each set of stops in order to let them decrease in temperature before starting a new series of 10.
Be careful of glazing
If the problem persists despite several short, dry stops, lightly rub your brake pads with sandpaper.