Disc Rotors

Our floating discs have been redesigned with a wider braking surface to enable them to be used as a replacement on many other braking systems in addition to our own

Key Features

  • Standard, floating and vented rotor designs available
  • A wide selection of sizes to choose from: 140mm to 205mm
  • All rotors come with relevant hardware to fit to hub
  • Laser cut stainless steel braking surface
  • Floating and vented centres available in: black, silver, red, blue, purple and orange
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"Laser cut and heat treated, quality disc rotors"
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Standard rotors:

  • Standard rotors are laser cut from a sheet of custom steel for fantastic durability
  • New design with wider braking surface to make them more compatible with other companies brakes
  • If you have an old/odd rotor you are looking to replace there's a good chance we could have something to suit
  • Available in:140, 160, 180, 183, 185, 200, 203 and 205mm
  • Different bolt fixings available to fit a wide range of hub designs
  • Weight 180mm: 142g

Floating rotors:

  • Popular amongst both performance orientated riders and those just looking for something a little different
  • New design with wider braking surface to make them more compatible with other companies brakes
  • Custom steel braking surface riveted to an aluminium central carrier
  • Available in: 140, 160, 180, 183, 200, 203 and 205mm
  • Floating design deals with changes in temperature
  • Available in our six colour options
  • Weight 180mm: 146g

Vented rotors:

  • The vented rotor is designed specifically for our Tech V series brakes
  • The rotor uses internal fins to allow the air to flow between the two friction parts
  • The induced air flow significantly reduces heat build up in the rotor
  • Fantastic and consistent braking performance in wet conditions thanks to its capability to clear the water layer through its fins
  • Dyno tests show up to 15% less heat build up compared to our floating rotors
  • Weight 203mm: 288g

180,183 or 185 ?:

Over the years there has been some confusion over this "middle" sized disc. Although we will continue to manufacture 183mm discs and their corresponding H and J mounts, we have decided to standardise on the more common 180mm disc size. This requires the use of two new mounts: L- Standard post mount to post mount (180mm) and N-IS rear to post mount (180mm)

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