Given its niche dominance, the unrivaled effectiveness of its product, and the devoted following that it enjoys, we don't think it's a stretch to suggest that SwissStop is the Campagnolo of brake pads. The comparison is especially appropriate in the case of the RacePro Original Black Brake Pads for Campagnolo calipers. Superior stopping power, low pad-wear rates, linear brake response, and a smooth, quiet engagement—these pads are the baseline for what we expect from the genre.
As with any precision-designed piece of riding gear, the RacePro Original pads have a highly specific recommended use. The compound's density is tailored for aluminum rims—carbon junkies need not apply—and they're designed to mount only on Campagnolo brake calipers from model years 2000-2010. The pads are made by Rex Articoli SA, a Swiss company whose 70 years of experience in technical compounds has made them the go-to for stopping expertise. If you're riding pads with a wheel manufacturer's label on them, then changes are good that they're actually a SwissStop model.
Please note that the RacePro Original pads aren't compatible with 2011 and newer Campagnolo brakes. One order includes 4 brake pads—enough for one bike.
- Refreshes the stopping power of old-school Italian brakes
- Compound informed by 70 years of Swiss expertise
- Compatible with Campagnolo brake calipers from 2000-2010
- Each package includes 4 brake pads
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Bought these to replace Campagnolo Mirage pads. They fit into the shoes, but the detent in the pad is at the front of the brake pad rather than the rear, hence I give them only a 3. I was easily able to adapt them by using a saw to create a notch in the correct location on the brake pad. None of the photos of the pads show the location of the detent so I give them a zero for marketing savvy and accurate description of "campagnolo compatibility"
I want brake pads for 1995 Campy Record...
I want brake pads for 1995 Campy Record calipers, but I am not sure which pads to buy. Can you help me find the correct pads?