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Rear Brake Adaptor for Pelso/Brevet - Enhancing Your Biking Experience with Improved Brake Performance and Mudguard Compatibility

Now let's customize your dream bike

Shipping fees:

Frame Sets
EU: €65 Non-EU: €150

Complete bikes
EU: €150 Non-EU: €300


Optional part for rear claiper brakes and/or rear mudguards.
Mount directly on Pelso Brevet frames.
Removable: Yes
Color: black anodized
Package contains all required components: Brake adaptor plate, 3 pc. M6x16 stainless steel bolts

Proud Pelso Owners

Really comfortable. I mostly use it on longer trips and it still amazes me. Definitely recommend!

David Seffer
Pelso owner

I had two recumbent bikes. The Pelso is far easier to get going and for a full carbon bike that far outperforms my previous one. It’s amazing!

Steve Kilner
Pelso owner

Lightning-fast Shipping

Working only with reliable and trusted partners, we can ensure your delivery arrives in time and lightning-fast - worldwide.

24/7 E-mail Support

The Pelso Team is happy to help you out. Please let us know if you have any questions or require any further information.

30-day Money-back Guarantee

Don’t forget that you have a 30-day no-question money-back guarantee starting from the day your delivery arrives to you.

Lifetime Warranty

As we pride ourselves in the quality of our products, we offer a lifetime warranty on our framesets and complete bikes.


Are recumbents difficult to ride?

Not at all! It can take a mile or two to get used to, though. You feel and act differently, but you quickly learn to sit back and relax. When my family goes to a campsite, we usually use recumbents. We drive around with it until someone stops us to ask a question. We invite them for a jaunt, and after 100 meters or so everyone is fine. Recumbent bikes go well with the relaxed atmosphere at a campsite.

Do they climb well?

Yes, they do! Recumbents use different muscles, even a very fit, upright rider climbs more slowly at first until he has developed his glutes. We designed the Pelso / Brevet to be extremely easy to drive.

Are you fast?

Recumbents hold all records in the races they are allowed in. Since most of a cyclist’s energy is consumed by pushing the air out of the way, the smaller frontal area of a recumbent bike makes it faster on flat stretches and downhill. A recumbent bike with a well-designed partial or full fairing can be even faster. So the short answer is that most people are faster on a recumbent bike after getting used to it.

Are recumbents safe?

On a recumbent bike you move your feet first so that you always have a complete view of the goal and the center.

gravity is less for stability. Most recumbent bicycles position the rider more than high enough to as easy to see as an upright bike, and many trikes are now fitted with higher seat heights and safety flags.

Are recumbents hard to learn to ride?

First-time recumbent riders often feel a little shaky, but most can ride almost immediately without tipping over. The brevet was designed in such a way that, thanks to its stability and shape, it is very easy to learn.

What are the medical reasons that cause people switch to recumbents?

The most common physical problems that people complain about while riding regular bikes are as follows:

Pain in the neck, shoulders and back.

Pain in the hands, wrists and buttocks.

Carpal tunnel syndrome.

Impotence in men.

Nerve entrapment in the neck.

Nerve trauma in the hands.

The reason for this is the wrong posture a rider must be in when racing or riding a normal bike. We have kept health and comfort up front all along.
Our unique seat is designed to support the spine from bottom to top all the time.

Does the Pelso / Brevet support the 3 * front derailleur setting?

Definitely, although this change counts as additional equipment.

How long does the delivery take?

Delivery usually takes 15 working days, but we work with several partners, which could extend the delivery time.
To register your bike, or validate the warranty, please click on this link:


Deliveries are delivered by GLS courier service. The delivery time usually takes 15 working days after the payment has been received, this can be extended in rare cases.

We pack our products with care! The packages protected by multiple layers and a 3 layer thick cardboard box. We have never got any feedback about damaged deliveries so far, and we are doing everything we can, that this never change.

To ensure your satisfaction, we have 3 types of guarantee for you:


Within 30 days after you got the package, you can change your mind any time! No problem, just send the package back to us, and we refund you 100%!


We offer life-long warranty for our products (framesets and bikes) as long as you register them within 48 hours you got your package delivered on the warranty and registration page:


Something unfotunate happened to your package? Don’t worry, we got your back! Send back the package to us, and we repair or change your product free of charge.What to do if my package is damaged? Firstly, DON’T panic! If you see any outer damage on the package, contact the delivery service immediately, that you would like to report the issue. Take a video footage of the unboxing as proof, where the damage is obvious and contact us immediately to arrange the replacement of the damaged product.If you don’t see any outer marks on the package, but the insides are damaged, contact the delivery service associate and make a report about the issue immediately. Pack the damaged product back in the package it arrived, and contact us, to arrange the replacement of the damaged parts. Please proceed as it is written above, otherwise the guarantee is invalid, and  we are not able to process any replacement or refund.

Shipping for Frame set fees: 65 EUR to EU countries, 150 EUR to non-EU countries.

Shipping for Complete bike fees: 150 EUR to EU countries, 300 EUR to non-EU countries.