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MTX Braking
Gold Label Brake Pads

5 out of 5 stars
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MTX Braking Gold Label Brake Pads

When we're looking for maximum durability and fade resistance, we chose the MTX Braking Gold Label Brake Pads. Designed to handle the extra weight of eMTBs, the Gold Lable brake pads provide us with a consistent braking feel from top to bottom.

Kevlar®, MTX CeraEVO ceramic
[GL255] Formula Cura 4, [GL260] Hayes Dominion A4, [GL220] Hope Tech 3 E4, [GL230] Hope Tech 3 V4, [GL215] Hope X2, [GL205] Magura MT5/7 4-piston, [GL160] SRAM AXS/Force/Level/Red, [GL185] SRAM Code 2011-up, [GL175] SRAM G2/Guide ALL, Avid XO Trail, [GL131] Shimano & TRP 4-piston ALL, [GL111] Shimano Deore 2-piston, [GL141] Shimano Road - GRX / Ultegra ALL, XTR 9100, [GL121] Shimano XT/XTR 2-piston
2 pads
road cycling, enduro, trail, downhill, cross-country, gravel, commuting, cyclocross, fat biking

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5 out of 5 stars

May 22, 2024

Slept on these far too long

I've used it several times

I always figured how much better could aftermarket pads be? Surely SRAM is doing an alright job making their own OE pads, aftermarket materials can't be that different. Well, after years of riding OE SRAM pads I finally tried these MTX pads. It is wild how much better they feel. Stronger bite and much quieter... the two things you could wish for from brake pads. My only regret is not trying them sooner. I'm sure everyone's experience/opinions will vary, but considering these are negligibly more expensive than the OE pads anyway you should definitely give these a try next time you need pads. Ok relatively they're 1.5x as expensive ($23 vs $35 I believe)... but $12 more for a bike part that drastically improves the performance of your bike is a no brainer. Have not ridden them enough to comment on longevity... will update my review if they wear out unusually fast, but I have not seen any such complaints online so I'm not worried about that.

Vinny V