Brembo Motorcycle Brake Configurator
Brembo has released an innovative tool that allows motorcyclists to choose the braking-system component and Marchesini wheels that are most suited to their specific bike – the Brembo Motorcycle Brake Configurator.
And while choosing the components, the Configurator allows users to access interesting information, explanations and videos for those who want to know more about the best brakes for their motorcycles.
By entering a few pieces of information relative to your motorcycle in the configurator such as the brand, engine size and production year, the configurator is able to search the entire Brembo and Marchesini range and quickly indicate which products are available for the selected bike and where you can purchase them.
The new Brembo Motorcycle Brake Configurator contains all the Brembo and Marchesini products currently available on the market and, in a single interface, the user has a range of more than 100 different products between pads, discs, calipers, brake and clutch master cylinders and wheels divided into two categories: Racing, with products dedicated to the most demanding bikers; and Performance, with products specifically dedicated to Café Racers.
Each product is characterized by a full complement of supplementary content which provides the user with all the information relative to the searched product and which allows further explanation on the topic through tidbits or videos relative to the bike braking system world.
Furthermore, the configurator suggests other products in the Brembo range that are available and compatible with the one selected.
Through a geo-localization system the configurator can indicate the nearest sale point or official distributor in more than 60 countries where Brembo products are distributed.
It is currently available in Italian and English and it is in constant evolution with the insertion of new products and updating of the bike database with new Brembo and Marchesini products.
The Brembo Motorcycle Brake Configurator is made with “responsive design” technology which means that it adapts to the various size and resolution screens in use today by major devices, from tablets to personal computers and smart phones, making it easy to browse even when you are out and about.