SRAM Stealth brakes are now available at more affordable Bronze level to compliment new GX Transmission

SRAM Stealth Bronze brakes
(Image credit: SRAM)

SRAM has announced a new Bronze level Stealth Code and level brake. The new models are released alongside the new T-Type SRAM GX AXS groupset and sit below the existing Ultimate and Silver Stealth brakes which were launched alongside the XX and X0 T-Type Transmissions.

The Stealth brakes feature a new sleeker lever plus a simplified product hierarchy with the Ultimate level being SRAM's best mountain bike brakes, followed by the Silver, and now featuring the Bronze level too.

The Bronze Stealth brakes still have the option of a four-pot enduro-focused Code caliper and the cross-country and trail orientated Level, which come in other four-pot or two-pot options.

The calipers are made from forged aluminum and the four-pot models come with SRAM's Bleeding Edge port, although the two-pot caliper uses the older threaded design.

SRAM Stealth Bronze brake levers attached to a mountain bike

The Stealth levers ave a new slimline design which sits closer to the handlebar (Image credit: SRAM)

Stealth lever

The Bronze level Stealth lever has the same slimline design as the Silver and Ultimate versions which position the lever closer to the handlebar in order for a tidier cockpit and to compliment the new SRAM T-Type Transmissions.

The Bronze levers pivot on a bushing and feature tool-free reach adjustment via a barrel adjuster on the top of the lever blade.

The levers are also made using forged aluminum and come in a 'Dark Polar' anodized color, which matches the calipers and GX T-Type drivetrains.

The new levers are ambidextrous and are compatible with existing Stealth-a-Majig hose barb, olive and compression fittings, and SRAM hydraulic brake hoses. All existing MatchMaker X handlebar clamp products will also be compatible with the new levers.

SRAM says both the Bronze level brakes and the new GX T-Type Transmission should be available to purchase right now.


  • Code Bronze Stealth (each) (includes MMX Clamp, Rotor/Bracket sold separately): $185.00 / €220.00 / £200.00
  • Level Bronze Stealth 4 Piston (each) (includes MMX Clamp, Rotor/Bracket sold separately): $165.00 / €200.00 / £175.00
  • Level Bronze Stealth 2 Piston (each) (includes MMX Clamp, Rotor/Bracket sold separately): $108.00 / €130.00 / £115.00
Graham Cottingham
Senior reviews writer, Bike Perfect

Graham is all about riding bikes off-road. With almost 20 years of riding experience, he has dabbled in downhill, enduro, and gravel racing. Not afraid of a challenge, Graham has embraced bikepacking over the last few years and likes nothing more than strapping some bags to his bike and covering big miles to explore Scotland's wildernesses. When he isn’t shredding the gnar in the Tweed Valley, sleeping in bushes, or tinkering with bikes, he is writing tech reviews for Bike Perfect.

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