Golfren

"Performance Disc Brake Pads"

 

GOLDfren only manufactures sintered brake pads. GOLDfren Sintered brake pads contain metal-ceramic and ceramic-carbon friction materials which allow for less friction material dust and a much quieter braking experience by generating a frequency beyond the human hearing range.

GOLDfren sintered brake pads are manufactured with a modern method of powder metallurgy. Our proven manufacturing technology and essential quality control system ensures reaching the required material properties, namely high thermal, mechanical endurance and high friction coefficient for the greatest braking effect and longevity even under the heaviest braking conditions.

We use “non-aggressive” materials on GOLDfren brake pads making sure that high friction levels are achieved while ensuring rotor wear and tear levels are kept to a minimum. The materials used are environmentally friendly, and DO NOT contain any of the following harmful materials: lead, asbestos, fibreglass or formaldehydes.

GOLDfren has earned the highly sought-after TÜV certification for all of GOLDfren product lines. The respected German agency is the gold standard in the world for technical control and testing to ensure quality and approval in terms of performance, durability, reliability, ease of installation and functional integration with original equipment.

 

We have a large range of Goldfren products available. Finding the correct one for your bike without using our search bar or the part finder tool above is going to be near impossible. 

 

Feel free to contact us if you want some help. Otherwise here are some tips on how to use the search tools. 

 

 

How to use the search tools

Part Finder Tool (recommended): Start by entering in your Make, followed by Model and Year. It might take a second to load the results after you select each one.

 

Search bar: This search function works best when you put less information in. Try searching for just your motorcycle model and the part you want.

Example: "CRF250R Goldfren". Remember, start with less information, than add more and more to help narrow your results.