Compatible with Fomula Disc Brake:
All Formula R1 models
R1 RR1 C1
The One The One FR
When do you replace your brake pads?
Dymoece recommends not letting the pad’s braking material wear thinner than 0.9 mm, but it certainly doesn’t hurt to replace them sooner than that. My personal rule is to not let the pads get any thinner than the thickness than a dime. You can also know that they have got worn much too thin once the pad spring starts making contact with the rotor. If that is happening you know that you will have replaced the brake pads awhile back!
How to select bicycle disc brake pads?
In my opinion you will have to run metallic pads if:
-You are heavy
-You ride downhill
-The conditions are wet, muddy, etc.
and run resin pads or semi metallic pads if:
-you are light
-Conditions are dry
-You like numerous initial grab
-Your riding is less hard on brakes i.e. dirt jump/street, XC, etc.
Despite the fact that I have now really useful pads so that you can use, you need to make your own choices on pads according to your riding, the above list will have to be considered to be a guideline, and not used as a strict rule.