Are you tired of your relationship with your current brakes? Are they constantly whining, costing you money, and leaving you high and dry when you need them most? Then perhaps it is time you BRAKE UP with your old brakes and fall in love with Dominion! For a short time only, trade in your old brakes at your local bike shop for a pair of Dominions with rotors for just $350.00!


How Do I Participate?
1. Visit your nearest participating Independent Bicycle Retailer (Find a dealer here) with your trade-up brake set
(Hayes or competitors).
2. Your retailer will either place a new order for your trade-up brake set or assist with your
trade-up from their inventory.
3. You will pay the Brake Up special price of $350.00 (Rotor included), and receive your
trade-up Hayes Brake set either when the order is fulfilled, or at the receipt of the trade-
up brake set.


How Does This Work?
Hayes retailer will accept your used Hayes or competitor brake set and offer the promotional
brake-up price towards either a set of Dominion A4, A2, A4 SFL, or A2 SFL brake kit option.


Q. What models can be purchased with my trade-up brake sets?
A. Dominion A4, A2, and SFL (Short Finger lever) configuration.

Q. What condition does my trade-up brake-set need to be in?
A. Trade-up brake set can be in working or non-working compatible hydraulic disc brake set.

Q. What do you do with my trade-up brake-set?
A. Retailer will keep trade-up set and donate to a cycling organization, high school MTB bike team, or charity in need.

Q. May I trade in multiple brake sets?
A. Yes, but each set must be installed on bike.

Q. May I install the brake set myself?
A. To receive the trade-up special discount the brakes must be purchased at your local bicycle retailer and installed by a service technician. The installation price is determined by the retailer and is an additional fee to the trade-up, trade-up special price.

Q. Are mounting brackets included?
A. No, neither IS or Post Mount brackets are included, but may be ordered.

Q. Are brake-pads included?
A. Yes, they are, two sets in fact! ; T106 Semi-Metallic (Included), T100 Sintered Metallic (Included)

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