GALFER launches a new sintered metal compound, the high-performance Galfer G1395 for Trial motorcycles, developed in close collaboration with the best Trial GP riders.
After the technological development, several tests on the dynamometric bench, and also testing on vehicles under extreme conditions, GALFER launces the new sintered metal compound G1395 for Trial motorcycles, developed especially for competition.
The new brake pads compound G1395 has a high coefficient of friction both for static and high speed use, and always offers a powerful, steady and progressive feel. It offers optimal functioning in all conditions: dry, wet and muddy. The new brake pads also ranks high in durability compared with organic pads.
Several world champions have worked together with GALFER to develop the new G1395 compound, among others the Montesa-Honda team riders Toni Bou and Takahisa Fujinami, and Adam Raga (TRRS).
With these new pads GALFER complements the Trial range together with the semimetallic red compound G1805.
The new Galfer G1395 brake pads will be available from November 2018.
Earlier in The Brake Report: Galfer debuts G1652