Main Motorcycle: 2015 Triumph Speedmaster
Join Date: May 2017
Location: Asheville, NC - USA
Other Motorcycle: 1977 Honda CB750K
Yep, what many of you had thought, including myself in the end, was in fact the case.
Rear brake pads were completely worn off while the front had a ton of material on them. The piston did not seem stuck so I'm now just convinced that 2K miles of city traffic and steep, curvy downhill passes ate my stock rear brakes away much faster than I expected. Kind of surprised they went that quick but, hey, stopping is good right?
I put on some Galfer's and now I know its something I need to check more regularly, like once a year. Thanks everyone for the advice, it was a ridiculously easy process but your input was beneficial to what to look for.
2015 Speedy: Fabricated seat, sissy, idiot bracket & cut fenders. Biltwell bars, risers, grips. Motion Pro lines. Drag Spec brackets. T100 tank. BC pipes & covers. K&S signals. TC Bros plate holder. Prism Supply tail light. TTP EFI Induction kit.