Clarks is showing off the new Clarks M4 4 Pot disc brake at Eurobike that cost just £70, and that’s for a pair with a set of disc rotors too!
The Clarks M4 is a new 4 piston brake aimed at downhill and E-Bike riders who want serious stopping power on a budget. Clarks says the M4 is its most powerful brake to date, has a slimline design and is lightweight at just 252g.
At the lever end of the Clarks M4 is a brake lever that is very similar in design to a Shimano brake lever, and like Shimano, the M4 uses mineral oil has an open clamp design and lever reach adjustment.
The “4” in the M4 name refers to the 4 piston design of the caliper that promises powerful and predictable braking performance.
While we can’t comment on how powerful the Clarks M4 is on the trail, what we can comment on is the price.
A complete set of M4’s including front and rear brakes, calipers, pads, and discs has a retail price of around £70! Yes, £70 for a pair of 4 piston brakes, and that’s an in-store price not an online discount sale price.
We’ve already checked to see if we can get a pair on test so watch out for a full review of the Clarks M4 coming in the near future.
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