Moto-Master Brake Systems products represent one of the finest lines of replacement and high performance motorcycle brake systems available.
Ever since our founding in 1997 we are driven by the desire for innovation. The Ultra-lite, and later-on, our revolutionary Flame-rotors are some of the many innovations that have build Moto-Master a solid reputation as a leading aftermarket brake systems manufacturer.
Within a decade after our founding, Moto-Master has managed to secure many IDM, European-, and World Championship titles, and we have grown in to today’s dominating brand in Motocross Grand Prix racing.
In 2017 again many riders worldwide rely on Moto-Master to give them the competitive edge when it comes to stopping power and reliability.
All our R&D, engineering, manufacturing, and warehousing are located in the Netherlands. Customer care, flexibility, and rapid availability are key words within our ISO 9001:2008 and TÜV – KBA certified organisation.
We stock one of the widest range of brake rotors on the planet to make sure our distributor network is provided around the clock.
MOTO-MASTER – Stopping the World’s Fastest
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