Hayes Stroker Trail Disc Brake
The Stroker Trail improves on the Ryde in a number of ways, beginning with an indexed, tool-free reach-adjust dial that makes setup a snap. The caliper features an adjustable banjo for tight, snag-free hose routing, plus Hayes' signature tool-free pad removal. The Stroker Trail also boasts a greater hydraulic ratio than the Ryde, for enhanced stopping power and modulation. No wonder the Stroker Trail has already been ridden to numerous World Cup championships.
|Mount Type||160mm (6")||
|51mm IS Front||Use Item #30039||Use Item #30039||Use Item #30039|
|74mm Post, Front||Adptr. Not Requi.||Use Item #30038||Use Item #30038|
|QR20 Front||Use Item #30037||Use Item #30037||Use Item #30037|
|Boxxer Front||No Fit||No Fit||Use Item #30036|
|51mm IS Rear||Use Item #30040||Use Item #30040||Use Item #30040|
I bought a set of these for my 29er SS build and matched them to 185mm Ashima AiRotors. I must say that they exceeded my expecations as far as being ~$130 for the pair.
if you are looking for a reliable setup, that doesn't make noise. these are the brakes for you. Follow the installation instructions precisely or google it and you will not go wrong. These brakes are powerful and have good modulation. Don't forget that part of great stopping isn't just brakes you need the right tires for the trails you ride.