Hope Fixed Disc Brake Rotors

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If you are after a new 6 bolt rotor, then look no further than this quality offering from Hope. Laser cut from custom steel for extra durability, the Hope Standard disc rotors are made to last.

Who's this item for: XC, Trail, Enduro and DH riders looking for a quality standard brake rotor.

Mounting standard: These are 6 bolt rotors.

Materials: Made from Hopes custom steel.

Brake pad compatibility: You can use either metal (sintered) or resin (organic) brake pads on these rotors.

Stand out features: Redesigned with a wider braking surface, they are able to be used on many brake systems.

Dimensions / weight: The 180mm is 142gm.

What's in the box: 1 x Hope fixed disc brake rotor.

Pros: Stiff and durable, may stop you from hitting trees.

Cons: Doesn't have the cooling technology found in some other rotors.
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