SBS Expands Rotor Range in American Market

SVENDBORG, Denmark. – Since 2017, SBS Friction has included brake rotors as a complimentary product to its brake pad range. As of 2023, the American distributor of SBS, The LeMans Corporation will expand its offering of the company’s brake rotors to Parts Unlimited and Drag Specialties customers.

The program expansion is the result of an extensive trial period among customers where feedback on performance characteristics has been satisfactory. The expansion will encompass both product references in the standard, upgrade, and oversize classes.

The SBS STANDARD range generally corresponds to the originally original-equipment-manufacturer(OEM) fitted brake rotors. The range includes round or similar standard shape either with fixed or floating construction.

The SBS UPGRADE range gives you the opportunity to upgrade your brake rotors with something more spectacular. You can choose between a floating or SBS signature contour design.

The SBS OVERSIZE rotor range is especially developed for off-road front brake use and enables for more stopping power and better brake feeling.

About SBS Friction A/S

SBS Friction is the preferred original-equipment (OE) and aftermarket supplier of brake pads and friction solutions for motorcycles, scooters, ATV/UTVs, special cars and industrial applications, including wind turbines. The company’s product portfolio also includes brake discs, clutch kits, brake shoes, brake shims and more. The company has as an industry-first, received full approval according to the ECE regulation, providing riders the most reliable quality in terms of design, manufacturing, and performance.

Furthermore, the company’s brake pads are enforced with NUCAP NRS technology, which secures a mechanical and indestructible bonding of the compound.


Mike Geylin
Mike Geylin

Mike Geylin is the Editor-in-Chief at Hagman Media. Geylin has been in automotive communications for five decades working in all aspects of the industry from OEM to supplier to motorsports as well as reporting for both newspapers and magazines on the industry.