Galfer Disc Shark English Version 🇬🇧
Galfer has launched the new “Shark” rear brake disc in collaboration with the 2023 EnduroGP World Champion, Steve Holcombe. This disc boasts increased durability, more consistent performance, and a significant reduction in heat buildup. With a thickness of 5 mm, it promises a 30% lower operating temperature, a 25-40% longer brake pad life, and improved brake lever feel.
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Developed with Holcombe, the 2023 Enduro World Champion, the Shark disc has been successfully used on his Beta throughout the entire season, contributing to three world titles. Testers include motocross and supercross rider Jordi Tixier, along with supported teams like Sherco Factory Team and Team TM Boano Factory.
Holcombe emphasizes the consistent rear brake feel and power from start to finish, even in challenging conditions. The increased thickness to 5 mm reduces the need to push the lever, allowing the rider to position it exactly where they want. The reduction in heat buildup eliminates the annoying braking sounds often heard during enduro tests.
The Shark disc was unveiled at the EICMA 2023 International Motorcycle Exhibition and will soon be compatible with motocross and enduro models from brands such as KTM, Husqvarna, GASGAS, Beta, and Sherco, in sizes of 240 mm and 220 mm. Galfer has dedicated significant efforts to research and development, highlighting their commitment to improving the performance and durability of braking components.