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TRP Spyre Mechanical 2 Piston Disc Brake Caliper

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Finally a mechanical disc brake that offers superior performance and is a snap to set up.
The Spyre, a mechanical disc brake that offers superior performance with incredibly easy setup. This is a dual piston actuated mechanical disc brake caliper which provides precise clamping force. This translates into even pad and rotor wear because the rotor does not need to flex to one side during braking. We added a simple cable barrel adjuster to make fine tuning easy. All of this in an incredibly thin 40mm, 156g package, that works with any drop bar levers on the market. Rotors and adapters are sold separately.


Dual sided actuation
Works with ALL cable actuated road levers. Compressionless (linear strand) housing is highly recommended
Comes with TRP ultra-grippy semi-metallic pads
Calipers are compatible with Shimano M525/M515 pads
Rotors and adapters sold separately
Weight: 154g per caliper
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Lateral distance between the disk slot centre line and the outside of the actuation yoke?
22 Oct 2019
I am hoping these might fit in the limited space inside the rack - my disk rotor is 10mm inboard of normal as I am using an XT MTB hub at 145mm spacing on a tandem but Avid BB7 will not fit.
Hi there,

This measurement is approximately 17mm.

What is the difference between SPYKE AND SPYRE
13 Sep 2019
Spyke is for long pull MTB Style/V Brakes, Spyre is short pull - Road / rim calipers.

Thanks - 16/09/19
Will these work with Microshift Inter11 STI levers?
19 Jun 2019
Will these work with the Microshift Inter11 STI levers? (
Hi, yes the will work. Thanks 20/06/2019
Different TRP Spyre brake models?
12 Apr 2018
Hi, what's the difference between this Spyre caliper and the 'Spyre SLC'? I can't see any difference mentioned in the 2 text descriptions... Thanks, Sam.
Hi there,

The SLC has a carbon actuation arm for maximum rigidity, and weight savings.