Succumbing to aero drag is a bad way to slow yourself down, so cleaning up airflow over the front end is important for faster rides.
TRP have devised these aero callipers to sit behind the fork crown, reducing resistance. They’ve also provided a matching rear brake to maximise advantage.
Check the fit on your frame; the front calliper won’t clear some wheel-hugging down tubes. However, you can anchor the side-entry cable routing to either arm of the brake, giving maximum flexibility for hard-to-reach callipers and tidy cable runs.
The range of pad adjustment and high-quality construction mean braking performance should feel snappier than it does. The T925s are good for speed management on average routes, but lack the bite or modulation for technical descents or regular training in the wet.