SwissStop brake pads deliver more than just great stopping power. They provide superior modulation and feel on all types of brake surfaces from aluminium to carbon. Our rubber compounds are the foundation for our line of brake pads. Special formulas have been developed for aluminium and carbon wheels. Decades of experience stand behind every SwissStop product. Models are available for all major bicycle brake systems. Compounds: GHP: For aluminium rims, sport riders. • High performance, all weather compound for aluminium wheels. Race proven with victories at the Olympic Games, World Championships, World Cup... Black Power: For sensitive aluminium rims, all-round riders • Ideal pad for ever-day use. Compound works well on all aluminium rims and well suited for softer alloys, including magnesium. *Yellow King: For Carbon rims* • High performance compound for carbon wheels. Excellent stopping power wet and dry with superior modulation and low pad wear rates. Grey Economy: Best price/performance ratio for everyday use • General use, economical compound for aluminium brake surfaces. Blue Sky: For carbide- and ceramic-coated rims • High performance compound specifically designed for ceramic coated brake surfaces.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous great
Am using these with carbide rims and great stopping power in all weather and after 2000 km no wear.
25 April 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous expensive but long lasting
I have been using the blue ones for carbide rims that came stock on my touring bike. Yes, they are expensive but I have done over 13000km between europe and china with a lot of long steep descents with 50+ pounds of gear and I'm still on the original pads. Unbeatable durability.
18 October 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Used these on my hybrid/commuter bike and they offer excellent stopping power in both the wet and dry with little or no brake squeal. However, they have worn very very quickly and at £22 a time I dont know if I can justify replacing like for like in such a short space of time! Of course the wear could be as a result of all this grit and salt on the roads and for the summer months I am sure they would last alot longer.
12 December 2010