The first Moto-Master brake disc was produced in 1996 near Eindhoven
(The Netherlands) in the parents’ garage of Gaston Veron, a young mechanical engineer and passionate Offroad rider.

Gaston was not satisfied with the performance of the standard brake rotors on his bike so he decided to make his own. Testing was done on local MX tracks and it soon proved there is much more to producing a reliable performance brake rotor than what initially meets the eye.

Perseverance pays off because since the humble beginnings in his parents’ garage Moto-Master Brake Systems today represent one of the finest lines of replacement and high performance motorcycle brake systems available. Ever since our founding in 1997 we are driven by the desire for innovation. The Ultra-lite, and later-on, our revolutionary Flame-rotors are some of the many innovations that have built Moto-Master a solid reputation as a leading aftermarket brake systems manufacturer.

Founder Gaston Veron sadly passed away in 2011 after an Offroad riding accident but the spirit lives on. 

At Moto-Master we are passionate about motorcycles and it is our mission to improve the riding experience of our customers by providing them with the best brake setup possible.

Through the years Moto-Master managed to secure many National, European and World Championship titles in almost all disciplines of motorcycle sports and we are proud to be the winningest brand in today’s MX Grand Prix racing.

All our Research and Development, manufacturing, and warehousing are located in the Netherlands. Customer care, flexibility, and rapid availability are keywords within our ISO 9001:2015 and TÜV – KBA certified organisation.

We stock one of the widest range of brake rotors on the planet to make sure our distributor network is provided around the clock.

MOTO-MASTER – Stopping the World’s Fastest





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