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EBC Brakes Cars/Bikes & Coffee - 40 Year Anniversary

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The firm’s Cars & Coffee/Bikes & Coffee events at its Northampton headquarters went down a storm
EBC Brakes recently threw open the doors to its imposing World Headquarters in Northampton, UK, for a weekend of very special public events to help celebrate its 40th successful year in business.

Cars & Coffee took place on Saturday, 13 May, whilst Bikes & Coffee descended on the venue on Sunday, 14 May, both of which allowing customers and enthusiasts the chance to gather in this unique setting and enjoy refreshments while talking to EBC staff and other like-minded individuals.

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Both events benefitted from the likes of a Really Awesome Coffee stall, food from Burger Boulevard and even an ice cream van, with EBC Brakes’ booth unsurprisingly busy throughout the weekend, showcasing the latest high-performance braking products for both two- and four-wheeled machinery.

With almost 300 vehicles attending each day, the HQ’s car park areas were jam-packed for show-goers to check out. Highlights from the Cars & Coffee show included various EBC-supported race cars, Leighton Vans’ VW Transporter with EBC’s all-new 6-piston Apollo Big Brake Kit proudly on show, and a fleet of supercars courtesy of Petrolheadonism. For the Bikes & Coffee event, the arrival of a troop of Harley Davidsons from local EBC stockist, Northants V-Twin, really was a special moment for onlookers to enjoy.

– Please check out the official videos and a selection of official images from both events below. To view all official images and download them at your leisure, please click here.

– Thank you to all who attended and made each event so memorable. Stay tuned as EBC Brakes continues to commemorate its 40th birthday throughout 2023.



 

TMSBOSS

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The firm’s Cars & Coffee/Bikes & Coffee events at its Northampton headquarters went down a storm
Looks like you had a great time!! What's the saying?? "Two peoples separated by a Common Language" I assume "Went down a Storm" is a good thing?? LOL

I am trying to decide between your 11's or 21's for the front of my Boss. Suggestions??
 

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Looks like you had a great time!! What's the saying?? "Two peoples separated by a Common Language" I assume "Went down a Storm" is a good thing?? LOL

I am trying to decide between your 11's or 21's for the front of my Boss. Suggestions??
haha yes, went down a storm is a good thing in the British expressionisms.

The SR-21s a very aggressive pad, with the SR-11s being a bit more 'manageable' and controllable, it depends what you are used to and what you like?
 

Bill Pemberton

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Having used both I would suggest the 11s, as noted they are a bit more manageable , but the initial bite is still beyond amazing! You will readjust your technique some as they come on super quickly, but they also have been great on the street -- no squealing. They are dramatic, because they are touchy at first though once I got used to them I prefer them as you don't question brake pedal feel since it is always there.
 

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