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Brembo in Eicma focuses on less polluting friction materials

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Brembo’s main contribution at the 78th edition of Eicma, the international two-wheeler exhibition, which is now also open to the general public, is the reduction of the environmental impact through friction materials dedicated to two wheels.
The leading company in the field of braking systems announces that, thanks to the close collaboration with Sbs Friction, by 2024 it will replace the entire range of Aftermarket brake pads, maintaining its innate performance characteristics and attention to lightness and style. For fans of the new power cruisers, Brembo also presents a braking system designed for the Sportster S, recently launched by Harley-Davidson.
For enthusiasts, then, the Brembo Upgrade program is born, which with a unique language and style guides the motorcyclist in choosing the most suitable braking components to improve his vehicle. The four product lines to choose from in the Brembo Upgrade Moto range – Custom, Road, Off-road, Racing – guarantee a wide range of solutions, to meet the needs of all those who wish to modify their system, for sportier performance. for greater safety, or even just to characterize your vehicle with a unique and personal style.
For young riders, on the other hand, there is the new Gp4-Mini caliper, specially designed for the motorcycles used on the track by the new generations, who race on international circuits with the same technologies used in the world championships.
Finally, after on the occasion of its sixty years, Brembo last presented a brake caliper concept, the New G Sessanta, which is inspired by the first motorcycle brake caliper produced by the company and which embodies the new vision of mobility of the future, today at Eicma the company exhibits a physical version of the concept produced for the occasion.

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Source From: Ansa

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