Goodridge Organic and Sintered Pads are designed to offer increased braking performance. Organic Composite pads offer all weather braking with medium durability and lower heat generation. Sintered Pads are a long lasting pad with great braking ability
Rated 4 out of 5 by DrDar So far so good, excellent stopping power.
Some people like organic, some like sintered. For me, sintered pads in my hope mono don't work. I had a set of Hope Sintered pads and they just never bedded in or delivered any stopping power even after a couple hundred miles. However I've never had a problem with Hope organic pads. These Goodridge pads bedded in real quick and feel the same as the organic pads I had before. They do squeal a bit in the wet but every pad Ive had has done the same. These are the first set I have had so not sure how long they will go on for but I've not had any issues with organic wearing out too fast anyway. I would buy these again, no problem.
15 January 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Way better then original Hopes
08 April 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Quality
Goodridge know what there doing!
Brilliant pad... 10/10
Worth the money too.
20 March 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Good quality
I bought these in the flood sale, one slight niggle is that one pad has a minimal amount less pad material on than the other.
If these are good I will be buying another set in the near future
19 December 2008
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Good in Dry, Wear in wet
Had a few of these Sintered pads now, initially I thought they were great. Well, to be fair they are - in the dry. However, fitted a new set 6 hours of wet riding ago, on Leith Hill (fairly sandy) and one set has worn away completely. Maybe I will try Superstar Components pads - they have good reviews.
24 August 2008
Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous Hopes own sintered pads are cheaper and work great, why buy copies?
02 August 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Awsome
I bought these last summer, lasted over a year, with use every weekend on downhill and northshore freeride. Superb pads buy them!
13 August 2006
Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous Good stopping - no durability
Riding in wet sandy conditions at Woburn Sands thought the rear brake was loosing fluid....then realised the pads were just wearing away at a rate of knots. Great stopping power (sintered) but at what price? New pads every 3 - 4 weeks?
25 May 2006
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