MAGURA rim brake 'RT8 TT'

the fastest race bike brake on the market!.

This item is no longer being offered by the manufacturer
  • maximum aerodynamics at the time trial
  • Full braking power
  • best modulation
  • Carbotecture ® brake lever

Product information & technical details

Material: Carbon
Surface finish: painted
Intended use: TT
brand: MAGURA

Description

  • World's lightest and fastest hydraulic rim brake for the road
  • in 1987, Magura® has invented the first hydraulic brakes for mountain bikes. 25 Years later, the world market leader brings all of this experience for hydraulic rim brakes on the road.
  • Together with the aerodynamics expert Cervélo, the Swabian traditionalcompany presents the world's lightest and fastest hydraulic rim brake for the road, the Magura® RT8 TT, under the motto: " Aerodynamics by Cervélo, hydraulics by Magura®"
  • Its braking power and modulation set new standards in the triathlon and Road area. This allows effective " speed management" on downhills and curves.
  • The driver can win crucial seconds. The order to the Magura® Development Department in Bad Urach was briefly and clearly: to build the world's fastest brake for the road. It should be extremely easy, offer more braking power, as any other road bike brake - and it still can be very precisely adjusted.
  • Also it sets new standards as a brake for triathlon and time trial in terms of aerodynamics. For this Magura® took the bike manufacturer with outstanding know-how in aerodynamics: Cervélo from Canada.
  • After more than one and a half years of intensive development work, Magura® now presents the brake revolution for triathlon and time trial: the first hydraulic rim brake for the road, the RT8 TT (RT like road team, TT like time trial).
  • the Magura® RT8 TT can be mounted on each fork or any frame, which can accommodate conventional road bike brake caliper (no proprietary)
  • Four factors distinguished them:
    1. high braking
    2. high adjustable,
    3. light weight
    4. aerodynamic design optimized in the wind tunnel.