- Compatible with Avid, SRAM* & Formula brakes
- Works just as well as the Genuine Avid Bleed Kit for less than half the cost!
- 100ml High performance DOT 5.1 brake fluid included
- Full, easy-to-follow bleed instructions
- High quality, custom-made bleed fittings
- Epic Bleed Block & Rotor Correction tool now included!
- Perfect for beginners or experienced brake bleeders
- UK Delivery £1.99. FREE on orders over £20
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Don't fancy paying £40 for the Genuine Avid Bleed Kit? Now there's no need to! Our Avid Bleed Kit is as close as you'll get to the real deal - without the premium price tag!
As well as compatibility with all Avid brakes (including Elixir, Code & Juicy) our bespoke bleed adapters allow you to bleed Formula and some SRAM models too.
Our Bleed Kit for Avid Brakes includes 100ml of high performance DOT 5.1 brake fluid, enough to bleed your brakes 3-4 times! Our brake fluid bottles are sealed and 100% air tight, so you know what you're getting is fresh!
Say no to expensive labour costs, and the two week wait at your local bike shop, let us guide you through the simple, DIY task of bleeding your own Avid brakes. We're ready when you are!
*This bleed kit is not compatible with the latest (2017+) SRAM S4 brake calipers (Code, Guide, Level etc.). Please see our SRAM Bleed Kit for these models.
Join over 75,000 riders who've bled their brakes with us! Buy your Bleed Kit for Avid Brakes from Epic Bleed Solutions - No.1 for mountain bike brake bleeding.
Great quality kit, good instructions.
Very easy to use once i’d found bleed screw on callipers!
First time I have ever bled MTB disc brakes.. Watched couple of videos on YouTube. Took me 40 minutes. Sorted! Would buy again.
Really easy to use, instructions very easy to follow.
After reading reviews I'd decided to go for these instead of the more expensive option. It seemed daft spending over twice the price. I've had these sat in the shed for a few months but being on furlough I've finally had the time to do the breaks. Now, I am a novice. This was my first attempt but after watching all the YouTube videos and being a competent person I was confident I'd be fine. First issue: there were no o rings on the screw in attachments (as pictured on the sales pictures) Meaning oil was spilling out from the reservoir and caliper ends. I had to add some id got in my spares box from the shed. This helped and stopped any leaking from these parts. Second issue: When flushing the system through I noticed that the seal between the syringe and the hose was not strong enough. Oil bubbles were escaping. If oil was escaping, air could get in, and I had so many micro bubbles in the syringe I had to do the job twice and refill the top syringe with dot oil. Maybe id got a dud pair. I know this can happen and although I had to give up, I did manage to get most of the bubbles out and get my brake pressurised (I only actually did the rear in the end, didn't bother doing the front) so I was actually better off than when I started (lever was reaching the bars before I started and now bites at 50% travel). I wouldn't discourage people from buying them, but I'd Tell them of my experience and explain I think I'd got a dud set. No complaints for the price. They got me out of a situation and I made the weekends ride safely. But off to the local bike shop next time for £20.
Thanks for your feedback, Nathan. I'm sorry for your bad experience on this occasion. This is highly unusual. I believe we did send some replacement bleed assemblies out to you upon hearing from your via email which seemed to do the trick. If you need anything in the future just let us know and we'll be happy to help.