Dia-Compe BRS202 Caliper Brake 57-75 mm Drop

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- Available in silver or black
- Deeper than normal road drops at 57-75 mm
- Dual pivot
- Cold forged alloy
- Superlight
- Indexed QR function with cartridge pads
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Spot on
By Duncan Wood
22 Mar 2018
5 / 5
I recommend this product
Did a job no others could manage
By Colin
23 Jun 2017
4 / 5
I recommend this product
Used retro bicycle restoration where 700c wheels are fitted and a longer reach is needed.. good quality part.. easy fit.. look better finished than two eqivalent
Questions & Answers (6)
What the maximum width of a mudguard can the brs202 take?
06 Jun 2022
An estimate would be approx 50mm, depending on tire and wheel.

JK 08.06.22
Which would you say is a better overall caliper, these or Tektros
17 Oct 2020
Both are very good, the pad compound and condition of the rim makes the biggest difference.

JK 21.10.20
Is the dia compe brs202 a more powerful and durable brake that the tektro r559?
08 Mar 2019
The power is going to be similar, the R559 has upgraded pads, the BRS202 is lighter!

thanks - 08/03/19
does this come with the mounting fittings for the bolts?
05 Mar 2018
ie the allen key nuts used to secure the brakes to the frame.

Mqany thanks,

Hi there,

Yes these come with the fittings.

Can I Use This With Gilles Berthoud Fenders?
31 May 2017
Witch dimension Tyres will work with these brakes.
I have i singelspeed frame / fork with Caliper mounts.
Will 35 mm tyres (700c) For exempel Continental cyclocross speed fit?
Might even wider tyres fit?
And if so is it even possible to fit a pair of Gilles Berthoud fenders?


Yes your frame will fit these brakes. We would recommend that the largest tyres to use would be 32mm slick tyres. Unfortunately the mudguards you have mentioned are too wide.

Hello, I Have A 1970S Dawes Galaxy Frame
13 Dec 2014
now running with 700 cc wheels/tyres. Old Weinman centre pulls need replacing,drop seems to by 75mm. will these work ie fit to the forks?

I can't say for definite as I'm not familiar with that bike, but most bikes of that age used external nutted fitting brakes rather than these Dia-Compe brakes which uses a recessed nut, if your forks are still the original ones then it is unlikely to be able to accept a recessed nut and the bolt within the brakes will not be long enough to fit a normal nut. You could either use these brakes and fit longer a longer bolt (SJSC part number 24266) or use a set of brakes that come with a nut fitting as standard SJSC part number 24459.