- Great value for money!
- Powerful braking with good modulation.
- Upgraded lever blades from standard brakes.
- New from Magura, the MT Trail Sport Disc Brakes!
- Supplied as a pair of brakes - a rear MT4 (2-piston caliper, 200cm hose) and a front MT5 (4-piston caliper, 100cm hose), with upgraded HC lever blades.
- Lightweight Carbotecture lever body with new, stiffer HC alloy blades.
- New HC blades feature a flattened off, more finger-friendly rear section.
- Flip-flop lever design means they're suitable for either left or right hand usage.
- Reach adjustment is taken care of using a 3mm allen key.
- Forged aluminium calipers mean there is only material where it's needed, helping keep weight down despite their impressive power.
- A 4-piston caliper provides excellent power, whilst the 2-piston caliper gives improved modulation. Supplied as a 'Trail' brake for mountain bikes with the 4-piston caliper on the front and a 2-piston caliper on the rear, these can be switched to make them more suitable for trials (the configuration preferred by riders such as Ali Clarkson
. If you would like us to do this for you, use this item from the Workshop
when placing your order.
- Dependable, reliable braking courtesy of Magura's legendary reliability which is backed up with a 5-year leak proof warranty.
- Post Mount caliper style makes setting up the brake easy, and is compatible with both Magura
Post Mount caliper to IS mount frame/fork adaptors.
- Kevlar reinforced hose attaches to caliper with a banjo bolt, making it easy to tuck the hose as out-the-way as possible on the bike.
- Supplied with mounting bolts, spare olives and spare disc hose inserts.
supplied with rotors or adaptors.
- Weight - Front: 246g. Rear: 236g.
We have made a disc brake guidance and information sheet which will be very useful if you are not experienced with disc brakes (or even if you are!). We strongly recommend having a look over it before fitting your new brake. This can be downloaded here.
To correctly fit the lever to the handlebar, the bolt with the arrows pointing towards it must be gently tightened first until the gap is closed, then the other bolt should be nipped down. Do NOT tighten this bolt right down, normally there will be a gap of around 2-3mm when the lever is tight on the bars. Over-tightening the bolts or not following this procedure is likely to crack the lever clamp and this is not covered under warranty.