How to adjust your brakes

How to adjust your caliper and care for your brakes

Brake Adjustment:

Brake Pad Replacement:

Brake Wear and Care

Learn how to properly maintain your brakes:

Brakes are an integral part of the operation of your bike and must be properly maintained, adjusted, and replaced if necessary.

If any of the below is not within your skill set, we recommend taking your bike to an E-bike specialist or professional cycle mechanic.

Hydraulic brakes require maintenance not only on the pads and rotors but also on the hydraulic brake line. For brake pad replacement, check to see if the rotor and pads have contact with each other. You can purchase replacement brake pads below.

The ZOOZ Bikes electric bike brake orientation is as follows:

Rear brake = Right Lever

Front brake = Left Lever

On a hydraulic disc brake, pad wear is compensated for, automatically. Simply check the alignment of the pads with the disc, and check that the wheel is fully pushed back. Good alignment ensures the absence of noise and normal wear of the pads. To ensure the maximum service life of the brake components, avoid contamination of the pads and the disc by greasy substances.

Regularly check the condition of your cables, ducts, or harness and the wear of your pads. For beer ergonomics and safety, we advise you to adjust the brake levers in a position that places them as a natural extension of the user’s arms.

If you have any questions or concerns, please get in touch with ZOOZ Bikes.

Shop brake parts

Brake Pads - Gen 1 & 2
Brake Pads - Gen 3
Magura Performance Brake Kit for Gen2/3 UU750/UU1100
Rear Brake for Gen1 UU750/UU1100
Front Brake for Gen1 UU750/UU1100
Brake Disc all generations
Brake Light UU250/750/1100, Gen 1