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SRAM Force 1 Hydraulic Disc Brake

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sale $233.44 Original price:$296.00

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Why We Like The Force 1 Hydraulic Disc Brake

Whether building up a new all-road rig or revising an existing build, the SRAM Force 1 Brake provides reliable and powerful speed control no matter the weather or terrain conditions. SRAM pairs their ergonomic lever design with a powerful master cylinder for better performance on cross courses and gravel roads alike.

Note that the left-hand unit does not include a shifter — it is a brake lever only. Each unit is pre-bled and includes the brake lever, hosing, and caliper. Please note this is for the left lever only, and you'll need to purchase SRAM's corresponding right shift/brake lever, our item number SRM002Q, to complete the set. Rotors are not included, but SRAM recommends using its Centerline rotors — 160mm for road applications and 140mm for off-road/cyclocross use.

  • SRAM's hydraulic disc brake set for road, cyclocross, and gravel
  • Redesigned lever body improves finger hold and overall comfort
  • Zero Loss tech for immediate cable tension and rapid shifting
  • Double Tap for multiple gear shifts in a single lever-throw
  • Redesigned bladder and caliper springs for improved function
  • Left (front) brake only
  • Item #SRM002K

carbon fiber
Lever Adjustability
Mount Type
not included
Rotor Size
[recommended] 140 mm
Claimed Weight
11.7oz (332g)
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years
road cycling, gravel, cyclocross

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Is this a shifter for front derailleur as well as brakes?


Does this come with both calipers?

Hey Casey, These come in a front or rear separately. We are currently out of the rear brake that is why it is not showing. If you have any other questions feel free to reach out to me direct.


You only sell for the left. What about the right?