Avid's 2011 Code disc brake pads are designed to fit all 2011 versions of their four-piston code freeride/downhill brakes. Metallic compounds tend to run noisier and put more wear on rotors; however, they do typically last longer than organic pads. Sold as one pair for a single brake, so order two to retrofit both brakes on your bicycle.
Use with H-spring on all Avid disc mechanical disc brakes
SRAM Avid Juicy/ BB7 Organic Mountain Bike Brake Pads
Elixir/XX/Code/Juicy: available in organic (softer/quieter) or sintered-metallic (longer-life/higher-heat) compounds with steel or weight-saving aluminum backing plates *(note: metallic pads should not be used on '10/11 XX or XX-WC brakes with magnesium calipers)
2011+ Code brakes utilize a top-loading pad while '07-10 models use a bottom-loading system
AV-6955: exclusive to the BB-5 mechanical disc brake (organic compound only)
Pair/set (1 caliper): left and right pads with retraction spring
Bulk: sold 20-sets per bag @ 25% savings, but no aftermarket packaging or springs (designed for service-center repair stock, not OTC sales)
For separate pad retention/retraction parts, see caliper parts in disc parts section
The newly redesigned Eagle AXS Rocker Paddle gives the rider a traditional, familiar interface for their cutting-edge electronic control. Effortless electronic shifting paired with a more traditional feeling actuation allows riders who are new to using AXS quick integration and provides another ergonomic option for those who have run AXS from the start. The controller’s functions are customizable through the AXS app, allowing you to assign any action to any button. With AXS you can truly make your cockpit your own.
Standalone paddle is compatible with existing Eagle AXS shifters
Customize inboard and outboard shift options
AXS enabled components are able to be programmed and personalized using the SRAM AXS App.
SRAM Code RSC Disc Brake and Lever - Front or Rear, Hydraulic, Post Mount, Black, A1
Built using the same architecture as the Guide brakes, the Code RSC brake delivers even more power and heat management thanks to a larger fluid reservoir and pistons. SRAM's SwingLink lever actuation design provides great modulation.
Four phenolic plastic pistons provide the stopping power and excellent heat management
Stainless steel heat shield breaks the thermal connection between the brakes pads and the caliper body, which reduces fluid temperature
SRAM's DUB bottom bracket series has a simple job-connect your crankarms and protect the smooth, long-lasting application of power to your drivetrain. To allow that singular focus, SRAM engineered the DUB spindle to be the one true unifying component. One oversized spindle to work across every bottom bracket standard. For better crankarm compatibility. For better protection from the elements. For longer-lasting performance. To be stronger, smoother, simpler.
One oversized spindle to work across every bottom bracket standard.
Greater bearing durability
PressFit cups for lighter weight
ISO 4210 compliant. See Declaration of Conformity for details