Brembo was originally founded in 1961 as a small mechanical workshop outside of Bergamo, Italy. However, in no time at all, the braking equipment specialist had earned its way onto some of the most renowned vehicles in racing, first by supplying discs for Alfa Romeo and eventually by developing entire systems for Moto Guzzi. As such, these days, you’d be hard-pressed to find a competition vehicle that isn’t rocking something from Brembo
In celebration of its 60th anniversary, Brembo has unveiled a concept it’s calling the ‘New G Sessanta.’ Inspired by the brand’s first-ever motorcycle brake caliper design, it features a set of color-changing LEDs that can be altered according to the user’s preferences. What’s more, it comes with built-in wireless connectivity, allowing real-time data transfer of both brake status as well as overall bike condition. And when you consider their potential applications in customization, vehicle location, and on-road communication, they make for a truly next-level piece of motorcycle tech. You can learn more at the link below.
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