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TRP
Spyre Road Mechanical Disc Brake

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The future of short-pull mechanical disc brakes.

Unlike a traditional mechanical disc brake system, in which only the outboard brake pad moves under cable load, the TRP Spyre Mechanical Disc Brake features dual brake pad movement, which has a bunch of awesome implications: the pads wear evenly, on-the-go adjustment is a breeze with a simple cable barrel adjuster, and modulation and braking power are both improved over traditional set-ups. The Spyres are also lower-profile than some other mechanical disc brakes we could name, which means better heel clearance and an easier time setting these up with racks. Updated after their 2013 recall, these brakes have been reworked to remedy previous issues are are ready to hit the road or trail.

One quantity includes an individual brake caliper, all the necessary mounting hardware, a 160mm or 140mm rotor/disc (your choice), and brake mount adapters.

 

Weight: 154 grams

 

Weight: 154 grams

 

Brake Pad Type: Disc 

 

Brake Type: Disc 

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Brakes Real Good
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by treat_yo_self
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR

Straightforward to set up. Includes rotor. Good modulation for mechanical disc brake. 2-piston design is a game changer. Downside is you need to use the more expensive compressionless brake housing or they will feel lousy.

Reviewed 2/15/2018
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When I am move on the bike but do not desire to be move, the brake it stops me good as well brake should.
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by Anonymous
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I love brake like own son. It stop me from hitting tree like real son stop me from hitting wife.

Reviewed 2/9/2018
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Easy to adjust but be mindful if you're a bit heavy
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by Ricky
Portland

I love these brakes and I will always buy them for disc road bikes or cross bikes. The only thing that sucks is that they are a bit burly and if you press on the handlebars too hard whole you're mashing away the spokes may flex and hit the brake itself. Aside from that these brakes are easy to adjust and way better than the Hayes cx expert brakes I had.

Reviewed 5/21/2015
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Best Mechanical Disc
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

I have been running TRP Spyre brakes on a gravel race bike for a year now. I have several other bikes with the BB7 brakes and the TRP has far better modulation and the big plus is wheel changes don't require adjustment for each wheel change like the BB7. I will be converting my cyclocross bike to the TRP brakes this year.

Reviewed 9/3/2014
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Best mechanical disc brake yet!
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by Boldaddy
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

I am very impressed with these brakes. I have another bike with Avid bb7 brakes.

Setup was super easy - much easier than the avids. I haven't worn them down enough to find out how the pads last or hold adjustment.

The barrel adjust is also a nice plus.

I'm going to replace the Avids on my other bike with these, or their hydraulic version.

Reviewed 11/14/2013
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TRP Spyre mechanical disc calipers - a solid upgrade to my commuter
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by Jon
Cycling Enthusiast
Nashville
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

I replaced the stock disc brake calipers on my commuter bike with the TRP Spyre and I am very pleased with the improved braking performance. The dual pad actuation is a noticeable improvement over what I had on there. Installation and adjustment were relatively simple. Great product!

Reviewed 12/4/2017
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Nearly the best mechanical caliper you can buy
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by Bryan S
Cycling Enthusiast
Northern Virginia
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

Outstanding product. Works beautifully. Takes a little tweaking to get them dialed in the first time after intial mounting, though, but once you have, they're awesome.

Reviewed 2/16/2015
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Working great after 1,800 miles!
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by schrapnel
Cycling Enthusiast
Renton, WA
10 of 10 customers found this review helpful.

The revised version of the Spyre that reached the market over a year ago is a fantastic mechanical brake. I replaced the HYRD on my Salsa Fargo after problems with needing to be bled (TRP did the exchange and was great about it). I like the Spyre so much, I spec'd the brake on my new road bike as well and I'm seriously looking at switching to the Spyke when my Avid hydraulics on the mountain bike need to be rebuilt.

Maintenance is a snap and the individual positioning of each pad using a 3mm hex lets you dial in freeplay to your preference. The original pads were good for over 1,500 miles of heavy commuting. The nearly ubiquitous Shimano M515 pad is interchangeable with the stock pads, so you can choose from many suppliers to get the pad type you want.

Reviewed 1/18/2015
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Effective, light and pretty!
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by Anonymous
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Since both pads move, they don't bend the rotors. This allowed me to use the XTR rotors with an aluminum core and heatsinking. The XTR rotors have a very stiff carrier which was clearly not intended to be flexed.

Being able to adjust both pads also makes adjusting t he pad clearance a LOT easier, And they do look really sweet on my black and white Ridley frame!

Reviewed 12/12/2014
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