Master Cylinders

Braking control in all conditions

Brembo master cylinders guarantee immediate, controllable braking power in all conditions.

The ergonomics of these components has also been perfected to ensure a linear response at all times.

They are made from cast or pressure die cast aluminium - a material combining lightness, strength and superior finish quality - and are produced with both separate and integrated reservoirs.

Brembo's range of products includes radial or axial front master brake cylinders, clutch pumps and rear master brake cylinders.



One of the most distinguishing characteristics of Brembo master brake cylinders is their extraordinary controllability.

Brembo has drawn from its considerable experience in the design of hydraulic components and in the fields of kinematics and ergonomics to substantially reduce friction in the action of the component and increase bending resistance.

The result is an outstanding linearity between the force applied to the lever by the rider and braking response, which translates to unique, unrivalled feel.


Brembo mcs 19:21: "what you want, where you want it" braking control"

A video on the innovative radial brake system with the MCS - Multiple Click System with variable wheelbase, which is unprecedented in original equipment.

The new MCS control arm brake lever is now available for high-end road applications.


Some of the bike models equipped with Brembo Master Cylinders:

Aprilia Dorsoduro 1200 ABS

Having fun even when braking

For fun bikes such as the Aprilia Dorsoduro 1200 ABS, providing torque of 115 Nm, Brembo designed a braking system that emphasizes driver enjoyment without sacrificing reliability. To keep the bike in check, engineers turned to a Brembo radial 4-piston front caliper and a brake pump. The brake system is very powerful and modular control is complemented by a brake pump and floating caliper at the rear.

Can-Am Spyder roadster

Brake system triples up

Three wheels ensure more stability but the brake system must be specially calibrated to work at its best. After analysing the behaviour of the Can-Am Spyder roadster, Brembo identified the most effective solution as the double front 4-piston pillar caliper and two 270 mm discs. The parking brake, on the other hand, is integrated into the floating rear caliper. The system also include a Brembo brake pump and clutch pump.

Ducati 1299 Panigale

Superbike emotions even when braking

Borgo Panigale accepts no compromises: and with the Ducati 1299 Panigale, technical excellence is absolute. Yet bringing 205 HP and a torque of 145 Nm to a halt needs the best brakes available. Brembo supplies 4-piston radial mount evo calipers which ensure maximum rigidity and deformation strength during extreme braking. They work with 2 semi-floating 330 mm discs with radial brake pump. At the rear, on the other hand, there is a 245 mm disc with a Brembo 2-piston caliper. The S version also boasts Marchesini forged aluminium 3 spoke Y-shaped rims.

Ducati Diavel Titanium

The Diavel’s extraordinary braking performance is ensured thanks to Brembo brakes with incredibly powerful pillar calipers, driven by alloy radial pumps with tanks boasting an exclusive sport design and covers machined from the solid. At the front, two floating 320 mm half-discs combine with dual radial four-piston calipers, while at the rear, the 265 mm disc is braked by a two-piston caliper - all built by Brembo.
The Diavel Titanium is also and exclusively equipped with superb Marchesini forged wheel rims in finely worked aluminium alloy.

Ducati Monster M1200 S

Design and quality Made in Italy

When talking about an icon such as the Ducati Monster, nothing can be left to chance.  Including the brakes, in aesthetic and performance terms alike. For the M 1200 S - the most powerful Monster ever - Brembo opted for a brake system similar to that on the Panigale: pillar calipers with 330 mm discs, rear caliper with 245 mm disc and brake pump.

Ducati Multistrada 1200 S

Hassle-free tourism

Long journeys demand a reliable, comfortable and durable braking system. And the Ducati Multistrada 1200 S achieves these features thanks to Brembo’s brake system inspired by Superbikes: the PR 16 racing pump operates on two 330 mm diameter front discs and M50 pillar calipers all by Brembo and used in sports competitions. The rear wheel ass a single 265 mm disc triggered by a Brembo 2 x 28 floating caliper with sintered pads. 

Kawasaki Ninja H2

Turbo brakes

Braking a turbo-charged 310 HP engine seemed to be a very unlikely feat. But not for Brembo! We designed truly powerful, cutting-edge system for the Kawasaki Ninja H2 (as well as the Ninja H2R). Astonishing braking performance in very tight spaces is ensured by the seamless integration of the radial brake pump and the 4-piston pillar calipers and 330 mm discs.

KTM 1190 Adventure

Braking power, precision and comfort

Precise, powerful and fade-free: Optimal braking for the 1190 Adventure is assured by Brembo components of the highest quality, including 320 mm discs, fixed calipers with a radial mount and 4 radial pistons, as well as a radial pump for the front brake. All this is achieved without affecting the comfort of those who prefer a relaxed driving style.

KTM Duke 690 R

Braking is nothing without modular control

A single-cylinder 70 HP bike is not easy to keep at under firm control, especially since it weighs less than 150 kilos.
The extremely powerful Brembo brakes mounted on the Duke ensure extraordinary modular control. The front has a 4-piston fixed caliper with a radial mount and is driven by a radial brake pump. The outcome is a record-breaking modular braking control achieved not the least thanks to the rear brake pump and 240 mm Brembo rear disc.  

Moto Guzzi V7 ABS

Happy ever after since the 1970s

The Mandello del Lario bike-builder has always focused intensely on braking, so much so that even as early as 1973 the V750S had a Brembo double disc front brake and calipers. The Moto Guzzi V7 ABS not only maintains this tradition but even raises the bar thanks to the axial mount front caliper and front and rear brake pump all by Brembo. Clearly demonstrating that elegant design and dynamic braking stability can co-exist very well indeed.

Triumph Daytona 675 R abs

British charm, Italian braking!

British charm and top performance.
To achieve all this, the Triumph Daytona 675 R Abs uses Brembo front brake pillar calipers and a radial front brake pump.
Together with the Brembo 310 mm front discs and Brembo rear caliper, they offer the best in sharp on-road braking as well as for racing.