Hayes Stroker Ryde Hydraulic Disc Brakes (Front and Rear!) Under £100 delivered - HotUKDeals
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Just Picked up some of these at the bargain price of £99.99 for the set!!
CRC still have them for £90 each! and they are even more expensive on a certain auction site, this is a cracking deal for me personally so thought I'd share it just in case it helps out someone else.

This is first my first deal post so go easy.

Complete front and rear set of Hayes stroker Ryde disc brakes, Huge saving on RRP.
Usage: Cross country, all mountain, freeride *Weight grams (rotor): 390g (160)
Master cylinder design: Symmetrical (flip-flop) radial with integrated reservoir
Caliper design: Open back
Pad retention: Pin and clip w/ magnet
Pad size: 398 square mm
Piston diameter: 21.94 mm
Piston material: Phenolic
Reach adjust: 2.5mm allen
Finish:
Body: Demon Black
Lever: Black
Adjuster: 2 piece bushing with nylon insert
Materials:
Master cylinder: Gravity cast aluminum
Caliper: Gravity cast aluminum
Lever blade: Die cast aluminum
Pads: Semi-metallic
Hose: Kevlar wrap
Fluid: Hayes high temp DOT 4
Rotor sizes (front and rear): 160mm, 180mm, 203mm
Attachment:
Master cylinder: Two piece clamp
Caliper: IS mounts front and rear (160mm version will fit post mount) 180mm and 203mm will fit post mount with appropriate bracket
Rotor: 6-bolt T-25
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#1
Okay fine i'll accept normal disc brakes, but hydraulic. What next, hydraulic wheels maybe? Lol good find
#2
I'm not convinced these will be much good on my Yamaha!
#3
Good point, I forgot to mention tht these are really better suited to mountain bikes...:thumbsup:
#4
Great find!:thumbsup:. Hydraulic disc brakes on your mountain bike is what you want. Forget anything cable operated as they suck donkey balls in comparison.
#5
Very nice brakes, cracking price, not easy to get decent brand disc brakes for under £100
banned#6
Tony Harrison
Great find!:thumbsup:. Hydraulic disc brakes on your mountain bike is what you want. Forget anything cable operated as they suck donkey balls in comparison.


I'll let the donkey know when I get home...
#7
Absolute bargain, just ordered. Does anyone want a pair of Giant MPH3 disc brakes?
#8
is it possible to retrofit these to a bike which currently doesnt have discs?
#9
https://www.merlincycles.co.uk/images/product/fullsize/00001596.jpg
#10
Golaboots888
Absolute bargain, just ordered. Does anyone want a pair of Giant MPH3 disc brakes?


Nice one fella! glad I wasn't the only one to gain from this.

In reply to Its Mark, Yes you can retro fit a bike that was originaly fitted with V / rim brakes, but you need to make sure that your wheels are disc compatable. Most modern frames come with international standard fittings for disc and V-brakes.

If you look on the Merlin website there is also some good deals on upgrade kits that include the wheels and brakes. I was thinking about getting the missus bike upgraded from V's but she doesn't really ride enough to justify it.

It's worth the upgrade if you want to make the best of those local freeride or XC routes. I weigh more than the avarage mountain biker so it's nice to know that my brakes are now powerful enough to stop me when gravity takes over!:oops:
#11
so tempted but just bought new bike so have new hydraulics but these are better, damn it decisions to be made!
#12
It's worth having really good brakes even if you don't weigh much.m You can lock the rear wheel to make it step out on cornering, it's fun.

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