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Rocky Mountain ATV/MC has high quality motorcycle brakes that will stop you at a drop of a hat but won’t cost a fortune. We have both sintered metal and carbon material brake pads from the best brands like EBC, Galfer, and Tusk. We also have standard and wave type motorcycle brake rotors, brake lines and cables and even brake accessories like brake pedal pads and brake reservoir caps. No motorcycle rider wants brakes that sound like nails being scratched on a chalkboard and Rocky Mountain ATV/MC only sells quality brakes that provide excellent stopping power without noise and rotor galling. If you need help replacing your brake pads, we have you covered there too with an instructional video that will walk you through how to do it, step by step. Rocky Mountain is the preferred choice of motorcycle riders because we always have exactly what they need at the best prices in the industry.
David in OH
For a '19 KTM 300 TPI installed quickly and easily and works well. Would be very difficult to bump or damage as it's out of the way inside the frame area of the bike. Incredibly simple device which lends to it's reliability. No need to bleed the brake for installation.Read All Reviews
Wyatt in OH
Where do I start....i have nothing good to say about these rotors. I installed the rear on my KTM 250xc. The factory rotors are 3.0mm thick, these are 3.5mm thick but keep the same offset so the rotor does not set centered in the caliper. I had to pull some fluid out of the master cylinder to keep the brake from dragging. Installed a brand new set of EBC R pads and went for a test ride. On a 4 mile loop the brakes got extremely hot and squealed horrendously. I doubled checked to make sure the brakes were not dragging and they were not. The rotor got so hot it turned slightly blue. The was my normal test loop on a 75 deg day, it should have been a cake walk for rotors called "extreme". I was able to stop the brake squeal by adding a dab of grease to the back of the pads, something i normally only do to automotive brakes. In 25 years of riding i have never had a set of brakes perform so poorly on a dirt bike. This rotor is a total waste of money. The tusk rotors perform better, which is pretty sad to say the least. This is the last EBC rotor I ever buy.Read All Reviews