Please be aware that we are not shipping products at this time.
All orders made online are for installation in our shop or carry out only!
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➽ Please be aware that we do not install parts or tires that were purchased outside of CT Motorcycle Tires!

Parts will be delivered directly to CT Motorcycle Tires to be installed on your motorcycle in our shop.
As of now, parts offered on this site will not be shipped directly to our customers.
Once the order is filled and received, we will notify you and set up an appointment for installation.
Additional cost may be added to the price of the product ordered. See our Service Rates
We carry 99% of all the products and parts in our shop.
We have found that this process is the most effective and efficient way to serve our customer base.
Some makes and models have additional costs.
Check out our Service Rates page for other installation and labor rates pricing.

Brakes That Stop on a Dime

Having well-constructed brakes and brake pads on your bike is essential for your safety on the road. CT Motorcycle Tires, Inc. has been putting your safe passage as its number one priority since opening in 2009.

The shop carries EBC and DP brakes for every motorcycle from 1970-2021. Both brands offer sintered metal brakes and double H brake pads, essential qualities for safety on the road.

EBC is a world leader in motorcycle components, offering hundreds of styles in different calibers. Its double sintered brakes, made with a combination of copper and resin, prevent the rotors from overheating and are good at stopping.

DP brakes are typically a good fit for Harley’s and similar bikes but can be expensive. They are considered a “high friction race compound sintered brake”. The brakes are designed to absorb heat, reduce rotor wear, eliminate noise, and modify friction. Besides being known for its excellent performance in all types of weather and road conditions, the brakes will last for three tire changes, while most brakes last for two.

Brake service at CT consists of:

  • removing the old brake pads
  • installing new pads
  • cleaning the brakes
  • adjusting the caliper bleeding the line (an extra charge may apply)

Don’t take any chances. Equip your motorcycle with brakes and brake pads that work for the conditions you’ll be driving in. Call CT Motorcycle Tires, Inc., where road safety is our first concern. We'll do a brake inspection for you at no charge.