For 2013 Swissstop is introducing a new brake pad for alloy wheels, the BXP version. The BXP offers even more braking power than the GHP II (green pads), and with less force required at the brake lever. The modulation curve is straighter as well so they are very predictable. Wet weather performance is extremely good. What this means for you is a brake pads that stops with less force, better modulation so you don't feel like the brake pads are grabbing the rim, and a pad that be used in all weather conditions. Pair the new BXP pads with a set of Vitesse, Rouleur, or Black and Tans for the ultimate combination of riding and stopping power.
Pricing is for a set of four pads, enough for your entire bicycle.
Posted by Scott Carson on 21st Nov 2015
Although I've only been riding for a little over 4 years I've gone through plenty of brakes before. Probably a better reviewer because of that actually. These brakes are absolutely the best I've ever used. Used in both dry and wet conditions and have always felt secure in their ability to keep me out of a jam or control speed consistently. The combination of my 2015 Altamount hoops and the Swiss Stop is unreal - even better than my Enve Smart 3.4 and Swiss Stop carbon specific pads. I' doubt I'll go back to anything else.
All prices are in USD.