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mountain bike disc brakes

Yep, you’re not reading that wrong – the Clarks Clout1 disc brake is indeed £25 per wheel. And that includes a stainless-steel rotor.

£24.99
Score 8

With its alloy spider, the Disco Brakes Floating Rotor will save up to 30g per wheel depending on what you’re taking off.

£25.91
Score 9

sram guide rs

The SRAM Guide RS disc brake has a 4-piston caliper and SRAM's SwingLink lever technology that aims to gives more positive pad contact.

£122.99
magura mt7

Magura MT7 have a clearly defined bite point and maximum power. The new HC lever blade modulates the braking power as desired.

£188.49
Shimano Zee M640 disc

The Shimano Zee M640 disc brake comes with a Servo-Wave brake lever, 4-piston ceramic disc brake caliper, high-power hose and short lever for stiffness.

£144.99
hope race evo e4

Hope Race Evo E4 takes the performance of the solid all rounder E4 caliper and sheds a few more precision grams with titanium bolts as standard.

£195.00
shimano saint m810 disc

For many world cup downhill racers the Shimano Saint M810 disc brake is standard equipment, proven on multiple occasions it's worthy of a medal or two.

£179.99
Score 7

hope tech 3 v4

The Hope Tech 3 V4 is their flagship high powered brake and sits just above their E4 when we're talking power.

£180.00
Score 8

sram level tlm

The SRAM Level TLM is aimed firmly at the XC and trail segment and is one of the lightest disc brakes in our test.

£160.00
Score 7

shimano xt m8000 disc

Another bike brand favourite, the Shimano XT M8000 disc brake showcases big performance features for the lowest priced brake in the mid-price category.

£124.99
Score 7

clarks m3

The Clarks M3 is the updated version of their incredibly low priced M2 brake system. At just under £50 per end it's still astonishing value for money.

£69.99
Score 7

hope tech 3 x2

The Hope Tech 3 X2's consistency and its comfortable and highly-adjustable brake lever secures it as our favourite dual-piston disc brake.

£145.00
Score 8