We recently installed AltRider DualControl Brake System on our Tenere 700 project bike. I've had a chance to get a few rides in with it, and so far it seems to work as advertised.... really pleased with it so far. Here are some details...
Why do you need one? Well, the stock Tenere 700 rear brake pedal is relatively small, and not really well suited for aggressive off-road riding, especially when standing up on the bike. One solution we've found is AltRider's DualControl Brake System, which attaches to the stock brake pedal, and consists of two parts that enhance control and reaction time when using the rear brake... an enlarger plate and a riser.
The billet aluminum enlarger plate gives your foot a greater surface area to work with when in a seated position on the bike, affording more control of the rear brake. The enlarger plate is precision fit to the stock T700 brake pedal, ensuring long-term stability. Grip pins are provided for further customization and to help increase traction.
The billet aluminum riser is attached to the enlarger plate, and makes it much easier to use the brake pedal while in a standing position. How? See the photo above. When in a seated position, a rider’s bent knee naturally puts the angle of the foot pointed down 90 degrees from the lower leg, but while in a standing position, your straighter leg raises the angle of your foot to a more horizontal position. Using the OEM brake pedal, there is no way to keep the correct brake control position when both sitting and standing. With the AltRider enlarger and riser combined, there are now two levels in which to engage the rear brake, putting your foot in optimal position regardless of riding position.
WHERE TO BUY:
• AltRider DualControl Brake System for T700 from Revzilla