magura mt trail carbon disc brake issue 115

Review: Magura MT Trail Carbon Brakes

With the MT Trail Carbon, Magura has paired a 4-piston front brake to a 2-piston rear brake. So is this the ultimate set of stoppers for trail riding?

Review: SRAM Level Ultimate Disc Brakes

With carbon lever blades and a machined twin-piston calliper, the premium Level Ultimate is the lightest disc brake from SRAM

First Ride Review: New SRAM Code RSC Brakes

With its updated lever design and 4-piston calliper, the new Code disc brakes offer a step up in ergonomics, power and modulation

Review: Shimano Deore XT M8000 1×11 Groupset

Back in Issue #102, Chipps delivered us his experience with the long-awaited Shimano Deore XT drivetrain.

Reviewed: Formula T1

More stoppage thoughts for you with our review of these Formula brakes

Review: Hope Stealth Race EVO4

Light and powerful in one package?

Review: Shimano Saint

Big stoppers for big bikes, but how do they stand up to our testing?

TRP Slate Brake: REVIEW

Jenn reviews that slim and sassy TRP Slate brake

SRAM Guide Ultimate

A look at SRAM\'s top-end brake set, the Guide Ultimate

Magura MT7

Top stopper from Germany ridden and tested

Shimano XTR Race brakes

XTR brakes - we take a look at the cream of Shimano\'s crop

SRAM Guide RS Brakeset.

The new SRAM Guide brakes were released earlier this year. That they were badged as a SRAM brake and not Avid was an unexpected move but at the same time…

Shimano XT brakes.

What makes stoppers from the big S so good? Jenn explains

TRP Spyke mechanical disc brake

Can a mechanical disc brake really match up to hydraulics?

Shimano Deore drivetrain and brakes

Budget-only groupset option, or a cheap and cheerful upgrade?

Goodridge Brake Hose

What do you suppose is the deal with these hoses?

Avid Code brakes.

Great out of the box, but how do codes fare long term?

Avid Elixir 9 Trail brake

Light, powerful brakes that have great lever feel and just work consistently, no matter how long the descent.

Magura Marta SL Magnesium

Yes, they are double-take inducingly expensive but...

Ashima AiRotor

Brake rotors with more than just good looks going for them.