At the UK Gravity Enduro Fibrax Hope Tech X2 pads were fantastic and even though they were a brand new pads the night before bedded in really quickly and worked a treat throughout the whole event, along with fantastic slick shifting from the sealed cable kit.
At Bristol Bikefest in a Mixed Team event the Fibrax Shimano XTR brake pads, didn’t skip a beat during the whole event, which started off wet and got dryer and faster. They were newly fitted and quickly bedded in during the race runs, and Fibrax cables were again shifting like a dream.
Wow what service, fantastic service as usual….thankyou so much.
I’ve used these pads on the front of my hard tail for several months now. They’ve been used in all weathers, (apart from snow), and have been bathed in grit and clay based mud. They’ve been used for my daily commute, and my regular long off-road rides. The pads are used in a Shimano Deore M595 (2010) system. I left the rear caliper with the standard pad as a comparison. I can say from my experiences that these pads out perform the standard resin Shimano pad, particularly under hard braking. So far they also seem to be outlasting the Shimano pads. I’ve now replaced the rear pads as well. Perforance and cost wise, I’d buy these over Shimano any day.
These blocks are the best available! We use them because in our experience other makes come loose or rotate in use with interesting results.
Ultra lightweight at 83g per rotor (FCR160L), with cool looks and great performance you can’t really go wrong with these rotors.
They’re a perfect upgrade for your Race Bike or Cross Country steed.
I’ve been using this for months now through all of this winters snow, mud and road grime.
This sealed cable kit (FCG2200) has performed perfectly when past experiences have found that others have failed.
My shifts are quick, precise and because its a fully sealed system, i’ve no need to worry about water ingress on the cable.
These are a “Fit and forget” item and I highly reccomend them.
I’ve been using Fibrax pads for several years. My daily commute is 20 miles, mostly off-road, with XC at the weekends. I ride a Scott Scale 40 with Shimano XT dual controls. Never had any problems with these pads in all conditions – much better stopping power and longer lasting than Shimano pads, with no over-heating or squealing. Thoroughly recommended.
I have been using Fibrax sintered pads on my front brake for years (Hope Mono M4 front/Mono Mini rear). The highest compliment I can pay them is that I never think about them. My brakes are just there when I need them. I have used them everywhere; on long fast descents in the Peaks and technical descents in the Lakes, in the (occasional) dry dusty British summers to grinding muddy Welsh winters. They have preformed exceptionally, biting quickly, with plenty of power and modulation and no glazing or fading. I wouldn’t hesitate in reccommending them to anyone.