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Best MTB (Mountain Biking) Enduro Brakes

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This article showcases our top picks for the Best MTB (Mountain Biking) Enduro Brakes. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).

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RUJOI Bike Disc Brake Kit

This product was recommended by Jennifer Willy from Etia

RUJOI Bike Disc Brake includes a whole brake system with 2 aluminum front and back caliper(51mm), 2 aluminum bicycle brake handles, 2 stainless steel 160mm Rotors, 2 sets of 6 bolts, & cable.


BlueSunshine MTB BB8 Mechanical Disc Brake kit

This product was recommended by Jennifer Willy from Etia

BlueSunshine MTB BB8 Mechanical Disc Brake kit includes a set of TWO of the following: 1 caliper, 6-bolt rotor, mounting hardware, and adapters (one brake). Works with any linear-pull brake lever, including BlueSunshine and others (levers are not included).


JGbike Shimano MT200 MTB Hydraulic Disc Brake Set

This product was recommended by Jennifer Willy from Etia

JGbike Shimano MT200 MTB Hydraulic Disc Brake Set including 2 mounting brackets which is addon value. BUY and we save you a few hundred bucks. Brakes assembled originally by Shimano as Left for Front, Right for Rear, please measure your existing brake hose for appropriate rear length; we also sell 160mm 180mm RT56 rotors.


HOPE Tech 3 V4 Disc Brake

This product was recommended by Vans Pat from Gifting Area

Hope’s Tech 3 E4 offers incredibly reliable braking prowess for enduro racers. It features a firm lever feel and extra modulation settings which improves overall performance and breaking efficiency. It has a lightweight design, a ton of color variants to choose from, and a trusty hydraulic actuation. With its performance and form factor ratio, the Tech 3 E4 is the mtb enduro brakes to beat.


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