A motorcyclist’s greatest treasure is his or her bike. They take care of it and pamper it down to the smallest detail, spending a large part of their savings on improving its performance and customising it. When it comes to improving performance, one of the components that can make the greatest difference is brake discs. We at NG BRAKES are experts in that field, and we want to share with you the reasons why it is essential to go for a good brake disc, whether it’s because you want to raise the level of your bike or if you have to change them out of necessity.
The biggest priority. A good brake disc ensures the best performance of the braking system and therefore provides the greatest safety for the rider. As we always mention, the braking system is one of the most critical parts of a motorbike and its correct functioning depends on the rider being able to perform, for example, emergency braking without any risk.
This security is transmitted to the user, which, in turn, gives them greater confidence. Knowing that you have the guarantee of first-class components – in this case the brake disc – allows you to ride with the peace of mind that you have everything under control. When it comes to this particular component, this confidence is also felt through the feel of the brake, which will depend very much on the disc your bike is fitted with.
This applies to everything. If you go for a quality product, made from premium materials and with premium specifications, it will last much longer than an entry level product. While it is true that the initial cost of the latter will be much lower, it is more than likely that you will need to replace it much sooner than a top of the range brake disc.
We go back to the origin, to that quest for maximum performance from the bike. Of course, a first-class brake disc, designed specifically for a particular model of bike and for a particular use, will offer high performance. In this sense, we recommend that you go to a specialist brand, such as NG BRAKES, and that you always check with your local garage to make sure you know which brake discs your bike needs: be it floating, oversized, and then have them replaced.