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Braking W-FIX Brake Rotor - Rear Braking W-FIX Brake Rotor - Rear WoodsRider204 - Pennsylvania, USA Braking W-Fix rotor "If you have an aftermarket hub, double check clearance of mounting bolts with the rear brake caliper bracket. My hub was slightly wider and required me to modify my bracket for the wheel to spin without interference. Check before you mount it and apply pads to it. Other than that it is a fantastic replacement and has lasted awhile so far. Durable and cool looking."
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BikeMaster Black Universal Cable Brake Lever Assembly BikeMaster Black Universal Cable Brake Lever Assembly Thumbs - Portland, OR, USA Stylin "I have the matching set of these levers and the look raddd. I know I will eventually break them, but you gotta pay attention to the barrel adjuster, it feels like it can strip out if you're not careful. At this price though you can't go wrong"
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Dirt Bike Brakes

You've probably heard the phrase, "You've got to go slower, to go faster." Juggling the brakes on your dirt bike with the throttle and knowing when to slow down or even stop in some cases gets you further in a Motocross race than someone who doesn't know that delicate balance. Of course, using your brakes to avoid a potential crash on the track or trail is always a good skill.

So, if the brakes feel spongy, make noise or don't provide quick response it's time for some replacements. Keep in mind, it's more than just changing out the pads - though that's often the culprit when issues arise. A dirt bike brake system includes the rotors, the lines and calipers among other components. Riding with faulty or warn brakes not only affects your performance but is dangerous.

MotoSport stocks everything you need for a complete brake job or just a pad replacement. We carry fixed and floating rotors and several types of pads including semi-metallic, sintered, organic and variations of those. Don't waste your time riding with bad brakes. Get the replacement parts you need to get the most out of the bike's capability and your skill at riding.

Use the drop down menus to fit the needed brake accessories to your ride. If you want advice on the best parts for your dirt bike or have questions, give us a call at 888-676-8853 or use the Live Chat. We'll send your new brake parts fast and orders more than $79 ship free.