Please select make, model and yearBrake Lines and Cables
Unfortunately, being a motorcyclist on the road sometimes feels like being a target. Thanks to unobservant drivers, riding is dangerous enough; don’t complicate it by neglecting your brakes. When it’s time to replace your motorcycle brake lines, do it sooner than later.
Of course, a brake line doesn’t have to be dull. Take Goodridge brake lines for example (which we have available for several motorcycles). They are finely crafted out of stainless steel to offer a stunning look while maintaining their optimal condition. They feature braided brake lines, and this is important since braided lines resist expansion and preserve their stopping integrity. The fittings are chrome and offer a brilliant shine. A brake cable like this isn’t just concerned about the brake factor on your bike – it’s concerned about the bling factor as well. But Goodridge isn’t the only high quality brand we carry when it comes to motorcycle brake lines. We also stock others, including Galfer, another name renowned in the industry.
Properly functioning brakes are an essential part of motorcycle safety, and the brake line is one of the vital components to make it all work correctly. Pick up one of our brake line kits today, and restore your bike’s security while simultaneously enhancing its visual flair.
Gunnar in NC
Don't let the Tusk brand name fool you, this is the same line Galfer line that they produce. This is a great option for anyone looking for the benefits of performance and reliability a steel braided line has to offer. Worth buying!Read All Reviews
Daniel in AZ
If you ask people would you use a left handed rear brake lever, they usually say NO! But I wanted it to go with my new Rekluse Core 3.0 clutch. Do I use it, you bet I do, all of the time and I still have full use of my rear brake pedal. I let my friend try my bike (he also rides a wr450f) and he fell in love with the clutch and the rear brake left hand lever. Its great descending long hills, you can lock up the rear tire and maintain stability, having to stop while climbing a hill, no problem, even if you dismount, you can grab both brakes keeping your bike from sliding backward down hill. Again, would not live without it, makes riding more fun and safer. And NO, it does not get in the way and Yes, it will lock the back wheel very easily. Looks great and very well engineered. Expensive? Yes, but do like I do, buy everything motorcycle or atv related at RMATV/MC and use your points towards those items that might be too costly that you want for your bike.Read All Reviews