Hope Stainless 8-Arm Rotor for Rohloff Hub - 160mm

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This improved designs avoids obstructing access to Torx screws on 32 hole Rohloff hubs and enables the tightness of these screws to be checked easily, without removing the wheel from the frame. Works with appropriate Hope, Shimano Deore and Avid BB7 callipers. Saw tooth design clears muck and reduces brake squeal.
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Overall Product Rating 4 / 5
Decent product, but not the cheapest
By Mike Lole
11 Jun 2020
4 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsNot cheap
ProsFour-hole fixing pattern
This is a product specifically for use with Rohloff gear hubs, which have a four-hole fixing pattern rather than the standard 6-hole one. It's a simple stainless steel disc 2mm thick, nicely made and a very good fit on the hub. The only downside is that it is easy to get 6-hole discs for under half the price of this 4-hole one, which makes it seem a little costly.
Questions & Answers (5)
can i use this disc with trp spyke mechanical caliper
09 Jun 2023
This rotor will work perfectly well with the TRP Spyke, Spyre, and Hy-RD brakes SK 09/06/23
What brake pad compound should I use with a TRP Spyke on a Nomad?
30 Apr 2019
I understand there are at least 4 different compounds, resin, sintered, organic and semi-metallic but have no idea which to use.
Hi there,

There are two options, Resin/Organic and Sintered/Semi-Metal.

The resin will offer sharper braking, but wear quicker.
Sintered wear slower, still offer good braking and are less susceptible to contamination.

The stock pads are resin.

Thanks - 01/05/19
Hello, I Need To Know The Distance Between The Centers Of Holes In Cm?
12 Oct 2016

The bolt holes are set in a square pattern and each are 4.5cm away from the next.

03 Jun 2016
Does it come with mounting bolts?

This disc rotor does not come with the mounting bolts I'm afraid. The Rohloff disc brake bolts are available separately and are SJSC part number 16493.

Is There A Specific Direction Of Rotation For This Disc?
12 May 2014

Yes there is a specific direction of rotation. As the rotor sits in the picture the required direction of rotation will be anti-clockwise, so the smoother sections enter the calliper first. The direction of rotation should also be marked on the rotor itself.