When I posted about the 360 Brake system, your first reaction was: "Cyril, test it and tell us what you think". So, when I arrived in Daytona 10 days ago my first visit was for the booth of Baldwin-Wilson, the company creator of this revolutionary brake. Hey, the President was waiting for me with a bike ready to endure the test. First, I had to find my way riding through the bikers crowd heading to or leaving Bruce Rossmeyer’s Destination Daytona. It means that during half an hour I had to front brake every 15 seconds or so. When everything was clear front of me, I didn’t twist the throttle. Instead I stopped to check by hand if the friction caused by repetitive braking was making the 360 Brake abnormally hot. After such an exercise, temperature feel was the same as with any other classic brake. Then I straddled again the bike and before I cranked I told the cops who were observing me since I stopped that I was testing a new brake. They told me: “where is it?”. I pointed to it and got afraid that they would think that I was making fun of them. So, I explained to them the brake principle. They enjoyed my technival explanations. Then, with what seemed to be their approval, I decided to go for some short distance repetitive speeding & braking with front, then with rear, then with both brakes. My immediate impression: very quick to react, progressive and intense braking (360-degree pressure at all time) without the clung noise usually heard when brake pads find their position on a rotor (a lot of rotors sold on the market are not quite perfectly flat). I repeated my speeding/braking session quite a few times before returning to the Baldwin-Wilson booth. I waited to arrive to put again my hand on the front & rear brake. My fear of an over heated brake system disappeared. It seems that the 360 Brake, with the help of slots in the housing, dissipates heat as much as any other brake. It was not a several hours test and I didn’t really torture the 360 Brake System, but I know enough to agree with magazines who gave Baldwin-Wilson awards for best/most innovative product of the year. To the President I made the following recommendation: make sure that major wheel manufacturers provide their best wheel designs already equipped with your brake. I know for sure that bikers & dealers want simplicity of installation. More info at Baldwin-Wilson.