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TRP

RG957 Dual Pivot Long Drop Brakes - Pair (Black)

£144.00  
Was  £160.00   | Save  £16.00   (10%)

Scott

TKB136 Front Brake For Plasma 4 (2018) And Plasma 5 (2015)

£130.00

Shimano

Sora R3000 Rim Brake Calliper - Rear

£26.99  
Was  £29.99   | Save  £3.00   (10%)

Shimano

Sora R3000 Rim Brake Calliper - Front

£31.99  
Was  £34.99   | Save  £3.00   (9%)

Cane Creek

eeBrake G4 Road Caliper Brake

£359.99  
Was  £399.99   | Save  £40.00   (10%)
Finance From £8.61/mo

Shimano

BR-R9200 Dura-Ace Brake Caliper (49 mm Drop)

£161.99  
Was  £179.99   | Save  £18.00   (10%)

Tektro

R559 Extra Long Drop Caliper Brakes (Pair, Black)

£63.00  
Was  £70.00   | Save  £7.00   (10%)

Scott

Tektro R525 Front Caliper Brake With Cartridge Pads - Silver

£30.00

TRP

T980 Direct Mount Front Brake

£157.50  
Was  £175.00   | Save  £17.50   (10%)

Scott

Tektro R525 Front And Rear Caliper Brakes - Black

£60.00

SRAM

Force & Force22 Brake Set

£137.00  
Was  £152.00   | Save  £15.00   (10%)

TRP

T980 Direct Mount Rear Brake

£157.50  
Was  £175.00   | Save  £17.50   (10%)

Scott

Tektro R525 Rear Caliper Brake With Cartridge Pads - Silver

£30.00

Tektro

R559 Extra Long Drop Caliper Brakes (Pair, Silver)

£63.00  
Was  £70.00   | Save  £7.00   (10%)

Tektro

R539 Long Drop Road Caliper Brakes (Pair, Black)

£63.00  
Was  £70.00   | Save  £7.00   (10%)

TRP

T930 Direct Mount Front Brake

£81.00  
Was  £90.00   | Save  £9.00   (10%)

Caliper brakes (along with V-Brakes & Cantilever Brakes) fall under the umbrella of rim brakes, and are perfect for racing, touring and everyday use, delivering solid, reliable performance without a weight penalty. Caliper brakes are also relatively easy to maintain, and you'll never struggle to find compatible replacement parts, especially with Westbrook's choice of brake spares, and rim brake specific brake pads.  So if you know you'll be largely sticking to the road, and know that every second counts, we'd recommend opting for road caliper brakes. On the other hand, if you're a keen moutain biker or trial rider, or don't mind sacrificing a little bit of extra weight for powerful stopping power even in adverse weather, our choice of disc brakes may be preferable.