This video is a preview of all the enhancements to SRAM’s new Model Year 2015 Hydraulic Road Brakes.
Dear Cyclist with recalled SRAM Road Hydraulic Brakes: SRAM’s new Model Year 2015 (MY15) road hydraulic brakes are in full production and will be shipping the first week of May. We decided to delay slightly due to increased validation testing. The following instructions explain specifically how to obtain your replacement MY15 SRAM road hydraulic disc and rim brakes: All orders will be initiated via your local bicycle dealer. Instructions are …Read More
Here is the latest update from SRAM President Stan Day on SRAM’s Road Hydraulic Recall and the status of the Model Year 2015 SRAM Road Hydraulic Brakes. This update notes the production start, as promised, in the second half of April, 2014. More technical updates and timeline information on when product will become available will be shared in the coming weeks.
SRAM’s President Stan Day delivers an update affirming SRAM’s delivery date of new model year 2015 hydraulic road brakes to the market, explains the key mechanical failures of the previous system, and highlights features for the new product.
Dear Cyclist with recalled SRAM Road Hydraulic Brakes: We want to update you on progress with our Road Hydraulic Brake Recall. As we have previously announced, we are offering you a mechanical brake system installed at our cost at your favorite Dealer. These systems are being delivered into the market beginning this week. Please contact your Dealer so that they can get the proper parts on order, and they can …Read More
In an effort to expedite the recall effort of their hydraulic road disc brakes, SRAM will provide a free exchange and installation service at the US Cyclocross Nationals event in Boulder, CO. Amateur athletes whose bikes are equipped with hydraulic disc brakes can bring their bikes to the SRAM tech truck for the free replacement service onsite starting at 8:00am, Tuesday, Jan. 7, through Saturday. Transitionary Avid mechanical disc brake …Read More
We would like to outline for you our replacement plan. The logistics of execution are being hammered out but are not complete. Our first priority is safety our second priority is to get you back out riding just as fast as we can with mechanical brakes, and then with the new generation of hydraulic as soon as it is ready. Europe: Through the customer’s chosen Dealer, SRAM will provide a …Read More
Since the announcement of our pending hydraulic brake recall, SRAM has received a number of inquiries related to reported incidents of brake failures in sub-freezing conditions. Our analysis shows the cold temperature accelerates the failure of the seal, but that also the sealing could fail in normal temperatures. As a result SRAM would like to once again ask all individuals riding bikes equipped with RED 22 and S-700 Hydraulic Brake …Read More