We know you guys love a bargain, so we’re going to help you out and link you up with some of the best weekly deals that we’ve found online.
This week it’s all about the MTB disc brakes with up to 79% off.
The only thing we can use to slow ourselves down, disc brakes used to be the realm of the pros but they’ve even found their way onto road bikes. A good disc brake should be light, powerful, offer good modulation, be reliable but be easy to service when it does come to it.
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Tektro Draco/Auriga Disc Brake
If you need a low cost braking option then you’d be hard pushed to get anything cheaper than the Tektro Auriga. An alloy lever and caliper with twin pistons, organic pads, lever reach adjust and using mineral oil ticks all the boxes for the necessaries.
Down to £16.99 from £79.99 thanks to a 79%.
Shimano Deore MT501
Shimano’s Deore brakes have long been the stalwarts of the entry-level disc brake offering, this rear-only option could be the one if you’ve been hot on the skids of late and need a solid replacement. Featuring n alloy lever and caliper with twin pistons, organic pads, lever reach adjust and using mineral oil within.
Down to £47.99 from £94.99 thanks to a 49% discount.
SRAM Guide T
SRAM’s Guide brakes brought four piston trail bike power to the masses and this model Guide T may lack the adjustment but still has the power on tap. This might be a front-only brake but SRAM’s levers are flip-flop, so if you need a rear then this plus a replacement hose and a bleed is all you’ll need.
Down to £61.99 from £104.00 thanks to a 40% discount.
SRAM Code RSC
Coming in at the opposite end of the spectrum to the Tektro offering above, the SRAM Code RSC is the cream of the SRAM braking crop. You won’t find more adjustment or power in the SRAM setup than this brake. Perfect for anyone that is looking for stopping power that never seems to run out.
Down to £156.49 from £230.00 thanks to a 32% discount.