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Hayes Stroker Trail Disc Brake

ITEM NUMBER: 115 HAYST0
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Hayes Stroker Trail Disc Brake

The Stroker Trail improves their Ryde brake 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.

  • Rotors and adapters are sold separately
  • Brakes are sold individually

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Model

Stroker Trail

Type

Hydraulic Disc

Hose Length

Front: 866mm, Rear: 1463mm

Caliper Mount

74mm Post Mount Type

Caliper

2 piece, Aluminum, 2-piston

Lever

2 bolt clamp, aluminum blade

Weight

Front: 270g, Rear: 286g

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Q: Are the brakes shipedd bled?

A: These brakes are pre-bled from the manufacturer, but if you cut or change length, you will need to re-bleed before use.


   
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Great brake for the price - Jun 11, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
CHULA VISTA, CA

I installed these brakes on my bike as a replacement for an older model set. I am between 205-208 and these brakes stop perfectly with no noise.

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fair brakes - Jun 10, 2014

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3 out of 5 stars
Danville, CA

For the price and as a rear brake these are good. Not enough grab or modulation for a front brake but plenty of grab to manage the rear wheel. The feel does not inspire confidence but they haven't failed me yet (after 3 months use)

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Great brakes - Apr 30, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
ABBOTSFORD, BC

I bought a set of these for my wife's DH bike and they work great. I don't know if they would work well for me as I am 230lbs and go pretty fast but she is a very slow rider and after 2 seasons they still look and feel like new. I have never had a problem with Hayes brakes.

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disc rubbing - Apr 23, 2014

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3 out of 5 stars
Henderson, NV

needs more clearance or pad adjustment control always rubbing on the disc

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Perfect for my street use. - Apr 23, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
CAMARILLO, CA

I'm not a mountain biker, but I am a big fan of disc brakes on the pavement, and I chose these for my recumbent. I chose these because of their low price, light weight, and good looks in white. I heard some negative remarks about these brakes constantly needing adjustment when used on the trail, but for my use on the road they have been flawless. Bombing down huge descents around Malibu, CA, like Mulholland and Potrero, these are perfect examples of what discs can do on the road. Absolutely solid lever feel when slowing from 45mph, and the brake pads retract nicely so they don't even touch my Ashima Air rotors when not braking. Five stars for my use!

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YES! - Apr 23, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
centennial, CO

For the price, can't beat them. Nice lever feel, no tool reach adjustment. Good stuff.

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Brakin' In - Apr 22, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
Bozeman, MT

Bought both front and back for my Giant Yukon FX that had mechanical brakes on it. First set of hydraulic brakes ever and I will never go back. Such a world of difference. My hands do not get fatigued as quickly any more because of how much it easier it is to brake. I decided to go with the Hayes Stroker Trail because I new the company was reputable and many of my fellow riders were using the Stroker model. Also couldn't beat the Price! A definite must if you are still rocking the mechanical brake.

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Great brakes - Apr 21, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
CHULA VISTA, CA

These brakes are awesome for the price.

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Good deal hydro brakes - Apr 20, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
Ensenada, Baja California, FN

I have replace two times the pads and they still work perfectly. Good break feel. You have to be careful with the braces, because if you tight them too much you can brake them (a friend did that). The paint is wearing out, and it is difficult to align them. Also I had some trouble to bleed them but at the end I did it. I give them 4 stars for the price and the breaking power.

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Can't beat it - Apr 18, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
San Jose, CA

Absolutely great brake for the price. Avid, shimano, formula, etc cannot make a brake this good for $70. Nice lever feel, good modulation, tool free reach (a must)… Niiice.

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great value! great performance! - Apr 09, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
LONGMONT, CO

I rode these for 3 years on a Giant Trance and bought a new set to replace the lower end Shimano my wifes bike came with. She loves them too. The reach adjustment is a nice feature on a brake at this price. worth every penny.

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very good value - Apr 09, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
BOULDER, CO

This is a very good value for a decent hydro brake. The lever assembly is not a strong or as well machined as the Prime Pro's that I have been running on another bike but their is quite a bit of the trickle down technology from the higher priced models. Giving it 4 stars because the lever is not as substantial, but overall a good brake at a hard to beat price.

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More like breaks - Apr 09, 2014

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2 out of 5 stars
SYRACUSE, NY

I would suggest spending a little more, for a better brake. I found that the hardware that holds everything together is just junk. I had to replace so many individual little parts, from pins to screws to cables, to the break lever. If you are just starting out biking, and not gonna get all crazy, maybe these would be ok for you. If you are trying to get a little more serious in the sport, don't buy these brakes.

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Pay for what you get - Apr 03, 2014

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2 out of 5 stars
Mount Pleasant, MI

These are a good entry level/ first hydraulic brake, but they don't bite very strongly. Also the levers are easily bent and tweaked, I recommend saving up instead...

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Hayes Stroker Trail Disc Brake - Apr 02, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
Danville, CA

Good brake for the price - only issue I've had is that the caliper is hard to align with disk. The process of tightening down the caliper causes it to mis-align. Solved this by using the mounting hardware off an old set of BB7 brakes - works like a charm. The brakes themselves have a nice feel if a little soft.

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JUNK - Mar 16, 2014

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1 out of 5 stars
LOS ANGELES, CA

JUNK JUNK JUNK save your money these are peaces of crap brakes had these for less than a year and they both front and back leak at the calipers......JUNK

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Great Value - Sep 15, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
simi valley, CA

I was skeptical at first because of the price, but after a few rides I have broken them in. They're excellent. No more dealing with fade and brake noise. I paired them up with 200mm rotors for even more stopping power.

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amazing - Sep 11, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
NEW HAMBURG, ON

Installed in seconds and lasted a full day downhilling 2 days in. No fade, replaced my juicy7.

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Great deal - Sep 10, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
SAN JOSE, CA

paid $20 for bleeding tool to use on my older system. Could not get it to bleed correctly and took it to a mechanic to try. He charged $60 to bleed one brake caliper, 3 days later the lever came back to the bar. For almost the same cost, i got this complete brake system, spent about 15 minutes taking the old one off and putting this one on. Now have a brand new brake system that works great. Awesome.

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AWESOME BRAKES THAT WON'T STROKE YER WALLET! - Jun 07, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
ELLICOTT CITY, MD

AWESOME BRAKES that won't "STROKE" yer wallet! I had probs with a pair of Hayes Mags that came on my bike. After sending them back to Hayes three times, I finally gave up and decided to break down and buy a new set of Hayes brakes that were a bit newer technology than my old mags. When I saw how inexpensive the Strokers were I bought a set ASAP and paired them up with my Hayes 8 inch rotors. YES I am using them on my DH bike. For where I ride, they stop me fast, don't fade, and the harder I pull the quicker they grab! LOVE them. Can't beat the price either. You won't find them cheaper than here on Pricepoint. Trust me. I'm cheap!

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Hayes Stroker Trail - May 27, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
SAN FRANCISCO, CA

Excellent brakes for the price. Plenty of stopping power. I have paired with Hayes V rotors.

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Awesome! - May 24, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
MURRIETA, CA

I bought a used Giant Trance X2 and the brakes where really shady, it had the Hayes Stroker Ride brakes. Extremely noisy, and terrible breaking, well after a few weeks they were shot, so at first I was reluctant to get the Hayes Trails because of how the stock brakes where... But for the price what can I say... I installed them in about 2 minutes, and was off to the trails to test them. It's like night and day, I did not change the rotors btw. These brakes are quite, awesome stopping power and just feel so much better than the old ones. Will be buying another set for my SS 29er.

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GREAT FOR THE PRICE - May 14, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
STATE COLLEGE, PA

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.

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great value - Apr 27, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
BAKERSFIELD, CA

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.

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