Brembo has always contributed to the victories of the world’s greatest champions with braking systems boasting constantly evolving technology and innovation. With its unmatched racing experience and collection of victories, Brembo is the undisputed benchmark for the champions of the world’s most prestigious championships and the most discerning motorcyclists.
By meticulously selecting the materials used, Brembo can achieve ever higher standards in terms of technology and quality, which translate to superlative performance and outstanding reliability and safety. The technological innovations developed and implemented in the world’s major motorcycle championships are continuously transferred to the racing products range, which offer bike tuners technologically dedicated, highly advanced solutions.
These products make the benefits of Brembo’s extraordinary wealth of technical expertise available to owners who want to enhance the character and performance of their motorcycles with track-proven components.
Research at Brembo is conducted at the Research & Development Centre, which has also been involved since 2002 in mechatronics, a border science that combines mechanics, electronics and informatics.
The increasing application of eco-compatible technologies, recycling of all materials used in the production process and systematic prevention of all forms of pollution all bear witness to Brembo’s commitment to safeguarding the environment. For Brembo the workforce is considered an invaluable asset, providing the thrust and drive that lead to any breakthrough – Brembo works as one great team.
Brembo sells its products in 70 different countries and has production sites in Italy, UK, Poland, Czech Rep., Spain, Germany, Brazil, the USA, Mexico, China and India. The products are marketed by companies located in the main outlet markets, with headquarters in France, UK, Sweden, Russia, the USA and Japan.
The Group has 10.000 collaborators; close on 10% of whom are engineers and product specialists involved in research and development