SBS Road Racing Booklet

Cycle News Staff | March 13, 2020

SBS has released a new booklet that includes descriptions of its lineup of brake pads available for road racers.

SBS Road Racing Booklet

All SBS racing compounds are developed with SBS Partners in racing and have enjoyed great popularity among trackday enthusiasts, and teams and riders in national championships and world championships—such as World Superbike, MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3, World Endurance and TT racing.

SBS has launched a new racing booklet describing its different racing compounds.

World championship riders often used SBS Dual Carbon compound brake pads, and then selected the Dual Sinter compound brakes, which were then updated with the Dual Sinter 2 brake pads that were introduced last year.

However, braking is about rider preference and, therefore, SBS has launched a new racing booklet describing its different racing compounds.

SBS Road Racing Booklet SBS Road Racing Booklet

For instance, the DC Dual Carbon compound has a smooth initial bite, controllable and increasing in stopping performance and brake feel; The DS-1 Dual Sinter has a strong initial bite, a linear in stopping performance and brake feel; The DS-2 Dual Sinter has a smooth initial bite, progressive in stopping performance and brake feel.

The newly released booklet describes all of SBS racing compounds and also includes the preference of several top riders and why they choose the particular compound.

SBS Road Racing Booklet

The booklet makes it easier for riders and racers to find the right SBS brake pad to suit their riding style and braking preference.

The booklet is online and pages can be downloaded if preferred: https://online.flippingbook.com/view/466531/

​SBS street and off-road brake pads are distributed in the U.S. by Parts Unlimited, and SBS racing brake pads are also sold through a network of qualified trackside vendors and performance shops.

For more information, visit www.racingbrakesusa.com or call 888.268.1119

 

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