TRP Trail Evo has a super-light lever action and impressively short throw before biting. Great for racers. If you can handle it (literally!)
For all-out power freaks, we going to give the nod to the SRAM Code RSC. It has the most anchor-dropping chops of all brakes we've tried.
The brake that felt like the best combination of top-end power and all-over feel was the Shimano SLX M7120.
Folk who like to run their bite points really close to the grip should give the Magura MT7 Pro brake a try.
The lever on these Hope Tech 4 E4 brakes is a big step up from the Tech 3 with a claimed 30% more power from a longer, more ergonomic lever.
If we have to decide on The Best Brake we’d go for the Formula Cura 4. The key thing is that the Formulas have the feel. And that’s what counts....
This isn’t the first time we’ve tested the H2O from Brake Force One. We first reviewed them in our disc brake group test last year, but they weren’t exactly quirk-free....
These brakes will blow the eyeballs out of your head - we test and review the incredible Trickstuff Direttissima disc brakes
TRP offers quad-piston braking power in the G-Spec version of the Slate trail brake. How does it stack up against the rest? Wil got testing to find out.
FSA is the third largest component manufacturer in the world. So how do they do disc brakes? We tested the Afterburners to find out.
The H2O brakes from Brake Force One are unlike any other brake we have ever tested before.
With carbon lever blades and a machined twin-piston calliper, the premium Level Ultimate is the lightest disc brake from SRAM
With its updated lever design and 4-piston calliper, the new Code disc brakes offer a step up in ergonomics, power and modulation