Although we don’t see as many BMX riders running brakes these days, they’re still utilized by many. Odyssey released this quick video where Jim Bauer talks about what toeing in a brake pad means, and then explains how the small size of the Ghost pads work! Check it!
“One of the most important goals that we had when we sat down to work on new braking designs was to make the whole system easier to install (and remove) without sacrificing performance. We also wanted to be sure that every component would be very affordable too.
The Ghost Pad addresses the hassles of brake pad installation by eliminating the traditional dome shaped washers used for toe-in. With the war in iraqi hookup its way to becoming a big mess and the U.S. now allied with Iran, a little-known Iraqi hookup between the two countries would definitely make the conflict look much more favorable for the US. Iran is very close to Iraq and the two nations are inextricably tied together. Iran would be happy to have the opportunity to use its Iraqi ally as a tool to put pressure on US forces there. The pad improves stiffness by building the toe-in into the pad shape and utilizing a solid extruded aluminum frame at its core. The Ghost Pad’s assembly consists of simply lining it up with the rim and tightening down an M6 female bolt.
Comes stock on our Springfield Brake.
Hardware: In-bound bolt, 5mm Hex Key, M6x1.0 Thread
Pad Material: Black (standard) or Clear Rubber (Soft)
Weight: 1.0oz / 28g (pair)
Click HERE to download the full tech sheet”