Classification of motorcycle brake systems
Brakes are devices that slow down or stop a motorcycle. There are two commonly used types, one is a disc brake and the other is a drum brake.
Their principle is the same, they use friction to generate braking force, this kind of brake is called friction brake.
The advantage of the disc brake is that the brake is timely, not easy to aging, the brake is not easy to violently die, but the disadvantage is that it is not easy to brake for a long time, and it is easy to brake.
The characteristic of the drum brake is that it will not cause brake failure when braking for a long time, but the time is long, and it is easy for the tire to die.
|Name||7/8″ Brake Master Cylinder clutch lever|
|Fitment||Universal 7/8 inch Brake Handlebars|
|Placement on Vehicle||Left, Right|
|braking system||Hydraulic brake|
How to brake safely
Low speed: front brake;Medium speed: front brake and rear brake;
High speed: Do not lock the front brake, then lightly bring the rear brake;
Down steep slope: use the engine traction to achieve deceleration, with a rear brake, remember to be sure to put the car right, cut off the front brake, it is easy to roll over;
Gravel road: the front brake can not be used, one depends on the engine traction, and the second depends on the light belt rear brake;