Over a year ago, 360 Brake took on the task of redesigning and reestablishing this company in the Motorcycle Industry. Today, 360 Brake is extremely excited to announce the release of the next generation 360 Brake – The 6” BIG Brake. Similar to the design of the 5” hub, this new brake is completely contained in a 6” hub mounted around the axle; it looks like there‘s no brake at all! This new six-inch brake is designed to provide increased stopping and thermal capacity compared to the standard 5” model. The 6” BIG Brake will offer you a safe stopping capability for bigger bikes with an added value of replacing OEM dual-front disks by using one 6” BIG Brake instead of two Standard 5” models.
360 Brake systems utilize circular piston and pads activated by hydraulic pressure delivering 360° of braking pressure to the rotor in a compact 5” or 6” hub. The rotor, which is grooved and vented, together with the brake hat’s specially designed venting system, effectively eliminates dust and heat build up providing superior airflow to the brake.
The BIG 360 Brake will fit most custom and V-Twin configurations and is offered in a polished finish with chrome and color anodized finishes as upgrades. Currently the 6” BIG Brake can be adapted to most billet wheels. For more information check it out at www.360brake.com or give them a call at
360 Brake, located in Indianapolis, Indiana, was formed in October of 2007 after purchasing the assets and intellectual property from Baldwin Wilson Development Corporation. 360 Brake immediately began an engineering and R&D campaign, to create a more functional, better performing brake. 360 Brake specially selected the engineering team, with specific braking skills, forming a cohesive team with one goal - to redesign the original 360 Brake to be a competitive product for the custom motorcycle market.
In addition to the initial product release, in less than a year, they’ve added the 6” BIG brake to the line up, offering additional stopping power for larger, heavier bikes and those wanting a single front brake. Future plans for 360 Brake includes engineering fitments for additional fork/axle configurations and designing spoked wheel configurations utilizing the 360 Brake.