Brake pads are an important part of your electric bike's braking system. To ensure safe and efficient braking, it's important to maintain them regularly.
Here are a few tips:
Tip no. 1
Clean your brake pads regularly: use a soft cloth to wipe the brake pads regularly, taking care to remove any dust and dirt that may accumulate on their surface.
Tip no. 2
Check braking distance: regularly check the braking distance of your electric bike, by testing braking at different speeds and on different surfaces.
If you notice that the braking distance is getting longer or that braking is becoming less effective, it's time to replace the brake pads.
Tip no. 3
Check brake pad wear: regularly check brake pads for wear by visual inspection.
If you notice that the pads are worn to less than 1 mm thickness, it's time to replace them.
Tip no. 4
Avoid hard braking: avoid hard braking or emergency stops, which can cause premature brake pad wear.
Tip no. 5
Replace brake pads regularly: replace brake pads regularly, according to the use of your electric bike and the manufacturer's recommendations.
If you notice any signs of wear or loss of braking efficiency, it's time to replace them.
By following these simple tips, you can extend the life of your brake pads and ensure safe, efficient braking on your electric bike.
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