Alpine EVO Rotor - Arctic Cooling Fins - ONLY 160mm LEFT

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Fresh out the box the latest high tech feature packed Alpine EVO rotors. Our Arctic cooling technology alloy radiator fins, help dissipate heat build up from epic descents. Based on our original Alpine rotors we have lightened the the alloy carrier, increased the brake track material all round improved their awesomeness! Perfect for going big and stopping fast.

Manufactured from 7075 aluminium and 304 stainless steel designed to minimise brake fade and prevent warping under extreme braking conditions. Each rotor uses a standard 6 bolt fitting and is compatible with the majority of disc brakes.


160 - 124g
180 - 147g
203 Heavy Duty - 210g



    Ultra lightweight components suitable for cross country racing only.


    Lightweight parts suitable for off-road cross country riding.


    Tough light to mid-weight components designed for off-road trail riding.


    Sturdy components suitable for long off-road descents.


    Ultra-tough components suitable for the harshest conditions and descents.


    Components optimized for aerodynamics and speed.


    Light-weight components, designed for maximum performance.;


    Reliable components designed for everyday performance.


    Sturdy components suitable for off-road, CX racing


    Strong components, designed to take heavy loads over long distances.

Tech Specs

  • Rotor thickness: 2mm (industry standard)
  • Alloy Thickness: 3mm 160/180, 4mm 203
  • Rotor track depth: 16mm

Not compatible with centerlock hubs even with adapters.





  • Not So Good As The Alpines

    Posted on 19 February 2018 by A. MAKKAS

    2 stars

    Bring the Alpine Series back. i just had my 3d 180 rotor too flimsy to use (Rear with sintered pads). The rings that hold the rotor to the main body had been very wobbly. the scream a lot and make every trail dramatic.

     Superstar commment: the functionl parts of this rotor and the old version are exactly the same? The rotors are meant to float, if there is vibration its something