HOME  |  BLOGS  |  PRODUCT REVIEWS  |  SHOP FOR OUTDOOR GEAR  |  FREE GEAR  |   NEWSLETTER  |  ABOUT US
 
 


Bike > Bike Parts > Pedals
Pedals ON SALE

Products
HT Components X1 Clipless Pedals HT Components X1 Clipless Pedals
HT Components wanted to design a secure, high-tension pedal for the downhill crowd, so the company decided to get some feedback on its early designs by sending pro Mr. Gwin down a few wild descents on the World Cup circuit on an early version of the pedal they hoped to create. It must have gone well, because an updated version of the pedals he rode, the X1 Clipless Pedals, are now available for the masses, offering an option for riders who need something that's solid enough to withstand the rigors of downhill racing. A precise, CNC-machined aluminum body gives the X1 pedals strength while keeping them light, with replaceable pins around the perimeter of the pedal added to strengthen the platform. HT Components lists the float at around 4. 5 degrees, but it may feel much more minimal than that to riders used to pedals that allow for more movement. Before a race or ride, take advantage of the pedals' high spring tension to ensure that no amount of turbulent sections of trail cause you to eject unless you want to. All together, the pedals will add a claimed 470g to your frame -- they'll be heavier than some other offerings, but more solid too.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$119.00
Sale Price: $101.15
Look Cycle Keo 2 Max Road Pedals Look Cycle Keo 2 Max Road Pedals
For riders who finance their own cycling aspirations, equipment choices can involve some pretty intense cost/benefit analysis to get the most out of every dollar. Thanks to a polyamide composite pedal body, the Look Cycle Keo 2 Max Road Pedals go toe-to-toe with their Keo 2 Max Carbon counterparts, without the carbon price tag. The Keo 2 utilizes the same stainless steel wear plate found in the Keo 2 Carbon to give riders a wide, stable platform to transfer power and distribute pressure. This gives the pedal a solid feel when clipped in and reduces the potential for uncomfortable pressure points disrupting a ride. By widening only the top of the pedal, Look achieved this increase in stability compared to older versions of the Keo 2, without impacting cornering clearance. The Keo 2 Max Road Pedals have an adjustable cleat release tension ranging from 9-15Nm and are compatible with Look cleats that come in three float options to customize the pedal system to your specific ride preferences.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$109.99
Sale Price: $69.99
Look Cycle Keo Blade Carbon CR Road Pedals Look Cycle Keo Blade Carbon CR Road Pedals
The Look Keo Blade Carbon Pedals run the material gamut: carbon fiber body, chromoly spindle, stainless steel wear plate, and a blade of carbon fiber that flexes against the retention plate to hold the cleat in place. The only difference between these and the superlative Carbon Ti model is the spindle material. As noted above, the Carbon CR runs on a chromoly stick while the Carbon Ti features a lighter (and much pricier) titanium model. And anyway, steel is real. The chromoly spindle by no means makes the pedals heavyweights, though; with a claimed weight of just 110g per pedal, the Carbon CR enjoys a 100g reduction per pair compared to look models with a traditional, coiled steel spring. The secret is the Blade, a leaf spring that tensions the engagement mechanism without needing help from a lump of metal. Plus, it's carbon. And who needs an excuse to add more carbon parts to their bikes' The more traditional cyclists in the field might question the longevity of what is, essentially, just a bendy bit of carbon fiber. We did when first exposed to the design, too. But once we gave it the eyeball test, we were satisfied enough to throw everything we have into it. And by "eyeball test," we mean we saw the carbon Blade leaf spring in action with our own eyeballs beneath the likes of Sagan and Greipel. If those two powerhouses can't break the damned thing, than we don't stand a chance. While the carbon fiber blade is what creates the buzz, the rest is extremely tech-forward as well. The carbon fiber body is wider than the previous version, which was itself 17% wider than the original Keo. The platform increases from 62mm to 64mm, a move that bumps the surface area up to 700mm2. Despite that sprint-friendly platform, the cornering clearance is actually better because the extra width is on the top of the new pedal rather than the bottom. Cornering clearance is further improved by a reduced stack height, down from 15. 7mm in the previous model to 13mm. That doesn't s...
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$249.99
Sale Price: $144.99
Look Cycle Keo Blade Carbon Ti Road Pedals Look Cycle Keo Blade Carbon Ti Road Pedals
A few years back, we were speaking with an American moto, mountain, and components pioneer who shall remain nameless to protect his identity. He commented that, in time, just about everything will be made of carbon fiber--even bottom bracket spindles. The carbon bottom bracket of the future isn't here just yet, but the steel spring might be on the way out, indicating that the pan-carbonium future may be near. Case in point: Look Cycle has figured out a way to use a carbon fiber leaf spring to replace the spring in its top model, the Look Keo Blade Carbon Ti Road Pedals. As a top-tier model, this pedal has everything: Carbon fiber body, titanium axle, stainless steel wear plate, and a carbon leaf spring (the titular Blade) that flexes against the retention plate to hold the cleat in place. The combination of materials (Hello titanium!) and design helps make the pedal crazy light without costing it any durability--with the big weight savings coming by eliminating the heavy, coiled steel spring that tensions traditional pedals. We admit that the lugged-frame, Reynolds 531 traditionalists at the CC office had initial fears that the blade presents an obvious weak spot; however, we've found that it'd take some serious work to accidentally disengage the blade or break it. And we're not alone. Pedals equipped with Look's carbon Blade leaf spring have become conspicuous in head-on bike-throw photos of sprint finishes under the likes of Sagan and Greipel. Those mythical figures have yet to break the Blades, so we mortals don't stand much of a chance. It'd take a literal hammer blow to just the right spot, and we prefer to confine our bike-related hammering to the figurative realm. The materials and engagement aren't the only sign of the future being upon us. This pedal's platform is wider than the previous Keo, which was itself 17% wider than its predecessor. This ups the surface area from 402mm2 to a Gorilla-approved 700mm2, providing a more generous base for the huge wa...
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$399.99
Sale Price: $259.99
Look Cycle Keo Blade Road Pedals Look Cycle Keo Blade Road Pedals
Let's be honest. When it comes right down to it, the tiny difference in grams between Look Cycle's Keo Blade Road Pedals and the superlative Carbon Ti model is small enough that its actual effect on a ride is negligible. The impact on the weight of the ol' bank account is another issue, though, and if your finances (or an SO playing the fiduciary role) can't quite justify the price of exotic wonder materials, those added 30g per pedal aren't a significant penalty. (It's also worth noting that the Keo Carbon Blade pedals used by Greipel, one of the peloton's most prolific powerhouses, are a mere 10g lighter than the standard Blades.) In short--and to use a bad metaphor--the standard Blade is the same cake as the Blade Carbon Ti, just without the icing on top. Weight and material aside for now, the Keo Blade Road Pedals feature the same leaf spring engagement found in the top-tier Blade models. This eliminates the heavy steel coil springs that traditionally tension pedals in favor of a lighter yet perfectly reliable alternative. The design's benefits extend beyond shedding grams to include reducing stack height and more responsive engagement. As anyone who has toppled over in slow-motion at a stop light can attest, the latter is especially valuable. The standard Blade pedals do make one final concession to the more expensive models: the surface area is somewhat reduced because the contact plate drops from 64mm wide on the carbon models to 60mm on the standard Blade's synthetic body. The pedals still present a reasonably accommodating 400mm2 contact patch to the cleats, putting them comfortably in the standard range for road pedals at this level. There are benefits to going with an expanded platform--particularly for sprinting--but most ambitious recreationalists and aspiring competitors won't be able to capitalize.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$159.99
Sale Price: $104.99
Look Cycle S-Track Carbon Ti Pedals Look Cycle S-Track Carbon Ti Pedals
Versatile, lightweight, and reliable, the Look Cycles S-Track Carbon Ti Pedals is ready to tackle any and all enduro, all-mountain, or cross-country rides. A first in the mountain biking world, the S-Track offers a dual-contact surface area which not only allows spikes to be installed by adjusting the cleat height with different sized shims being slipped under the cleat, but also promotes power transmission and provides exceptional comfort. The combination of an injected carbon fiber body, titanium axle, and carbon deflector helps make the pedal crazy light without sacrificing durability, while its patented removable cage system increases the pedal's flexibility and makes cleaning easier. The S-Track provides +/- 3 degrees of float for added comfort without being too wiggly, and its S-shaped spring-wire acts as a torsion bar that allows you to instantly insert and remove your cleat as desired, yet prevents inconvenient cleat removal. Then, the DCS cleat (Dynamic Cleat System) itself was constructed to relinquish mud to let you clip in and out with ease even in the most demanding conditions.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$349.99
Sale Price: $219.99
Look Cycle S-Track Pedals Look Cycle S-Track Pedals
When it comes to pedaling efficiency, few manufacturers can claim the experience or the technical know-how that Look can. With that experience, the move from pavement to dirt wasn't a huge leap. The Look S-Track Pedal has made a huge impact on the mountain bike industry, and has excelled where other pedals have fallen short.The S-Track implements a large 460 square millimeter interface to translate your strength to the bike. This large area also provides a stable platform for greater bike control. The S-Track also boasts the largest bearing surface area on the market for smooth operation and outstanding bearing durability. The patented removable cage system increases the pedal's flexibility and makes cleaning easier. Look also addressed the mud-clearing issue with its DCS (Dynamic Cleat System), so mud won't be a problem, even in wet conditions.The S-Track provides +/- 3 degrees of float for added comfort. The disengage angle is 15 degrees, so you won't eject accidentally. The S-track is also equipped with waterproof sealed bearings to reduce maintenance. The Look S-Track Pedal is available in Black.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$99.99
Sale Price: $44.99
Look Cycle S-Track Race Pedals Look Cycle S-Track Race Pedals
Look Cycle has been designing clipless pedals as long as just about anyone, and the S-Track Race Pedals leverage those decades of expertise into a new pedal design that's user-friendly and highly-customizable. However, it's the new cleat design that makes these one of the best mud-shedding pedals on the planet. So, when you need predictable engagement, regardless of the conditions, consider these as your ticket to ride. Arguably, the most important chore that your pedals are tasked with is efficiently transferring your power from your legs into your crank arms. To this end, Look designed the S-Track pedals with 460 square millimeters of contact between the cleat and the pedal. If that sounds like a ton of contact, well, it is. In fact, that's the most contact available from any pedal on the market. And if you want to carry that increased surface area over to the shoes, as well as the cleat, these are compatible with Look's aftermarket S-Track Cage. Essentially, this is an easily removable cage that yields a standing platform that's similar to a standard platform pedal. But, this direct connection is worthless if you're not comfortable. For this reason, the included cleats have three degrees of float and a generous 15 degree release angle. This means that your feet will stay put, with just enough wiggle room to protect your knees. These pedals run on a strong steel spindle, which spins on two sets of ball bearings, and one set of needle bearings, all of which are sealed. This translates into smooth rolling and excellent stiffness when you're putting down the power -- even in wet weather. Speaking of which, the all new cleat design is optimized for mud-shedding, which makes these the ideal option for all manner of mountain biking, as well as cyclocross. The Look S-Track Race Pedals are available in one size and in the color Black.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$189.99
Sale Price: $74.99
Race Face Atlas Pedals Race Face Atlas Pedals
If you're strong enough, you can lock your bike into a stand, put all your power into the RaceFace Atlas Pedals, and actually slow down the Earth's rotation. It'll have all sorts of unfortunate consequences, probably, but it'd impress the hell out of a lot of people. If you're more interested in actually riding, you can slap the lightweight and burly Atlas onto your trail, XC, enduro, or DH rig and hammer down the trail with the security of 20 hex-headed pins, a rugged aluminum body, and bombproof chromoly steel axle. The pins at the front of the pedals are angled backwards to increase grip, and the super-thin platforms help keep weight to a light 355 grams. The bearings are fully sealed to keep grit out and grease in, and the Atlases are available in all sorts of colors, because everybody knows that looking good is the first step towards riding well.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$179.99
Sale Price: $152.99
Shimano 105 PD-5800 Pedal Shimano 105 PD-5800 Pedal
Pedals are one of the unsexiest parts of your bike, so you'd be forgiven for forgetting about them, but you'll remember in a hurry if they break when you're 20 miles from home. That said, you don't want a pedal to weigh six pounds, either. The everything wizards at Shimano solved that dilemma with the 105 PD-5800 pedal, a strong and durable pedal that brings the weight savings of carbon to the party, all at a price you can actually live with. Shimano didn't use pure carbon fiber for the PD-5800, but instead thought up a carbon composite that's almost as light and more resistant to damage. Where the cleat and pedal meet, a stainless steel plate increases strength and provides a wide platform that helps increase power and stability. The cleat itself is Shimano's classic SPD-SL, perfect for all-around use, and the included "Yellow" version has three degrees of float for easy dismounts (if you want more latitude, you can swap it out for versions that offer more or less float). Shimano also thoughtfully designed the cleat for easy walking, so you don't take a digger onto your face when you walk into the cafe trying to look all cool for the barista.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$144.99
Sale Price: $91.99
Shimano A530 SPD Pedals Shimano A530 SPD Pedals
Changing pedals is a task even the most diehard mechanic dislikes. Clockwise, counterclockwise, right thread, left thread -- do any of us ever get it right the first time' For this reason the Shimano A530 SPD Pedals may just become your pedal of choice. While most pedals feature either a one-sided design (road) or a two-sided (mountain) interface, the A530 takes the SPD and mates it to a platform for an all-in-one package. Now you're able to ride the trails to work and then put on your boots for a night on the town when the clock is punched. With steel spindles and sealed-cartridge bearings, they are built to last. The platform is an ovalized, oversized aluminum plate that works with any shoe. The cleat side is Shimano's tried-and-true SPD, and a set of cleats is included to get you rolling right out of the box.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$79.95
Sale Price: $37.95
Shimano Dura-Ace 9000 Cleats Shimano Dura-Ace 9000 Cleats
If you've upgraded your pedals to the Dura-Ace 9000 series, no doubt you're putting in the miles. When your cleats wear out, as they will, you'll need the Dura-Ace 9000 Cleats to keep you locked in. These are the 9000-series Blue cleats, which give you one degree of float, a new option for Shimano that previously only offered six-degree or zero-degree float. This gives you the efficiency and power transfer of a fixed cleat with just a little room for comfort. It's something the pros have enjoyed for a few seasons now. The one degree of float originates from the center of the cleat, which also works better with your foot's natural movements while riding.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$27.00
Sale Price: $16.98
Shimano Dura-Ace PD-R9100 +4mm SPD SL Pedals Shimano Dura-Ace PD-R9100 +4mm SPD SL Pedals
No bike build is complete without the right set of pedals, and if you've just upgraded to a shiny new Dura-Ace R9100 groupset, the Shimano Dura-Ace PD-R9100 +4mm SPD SL Pedals are the natural choice to complete. As we'd expect from anything branded Dura-Ace, these pedals boast a race-worthy blend of light weight and stiff power transfer wrapped in a streamlined, injection molded carbon composite body that offers a slightly wider Q-factor than the standard version. No matter what bike you're adding them to, you'll turn the cranks with confidence that the wide platform will efficiently transfer watts and prevent uncomfortable hot spots over long, grueling miles. These pedals also stand out from the crowd with adjustable entry and release tension so you can crank down the tension for a weeknight track session or loosen it up for the Sunday coffee ride.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$279.99
Sale Price: $179.95
Shimano Dura-Ace PD-R9100 SPD SL Pedals Shimano Dura-Ace PD-R9100 SPD SL Pedals
Put the final touch on your Shimano-equipped build with the Dura-Ace PD-R9100 SPD SL Pedals. As expected from anything bearing the Dura-Ace moniker, these pedals boast a race-worthy blend of light weight and stiff power transfer wrapped in a streamlined, injection molded carbon composite body. You can stomp on the pedals in anger with confidence that the wide platform will efficiently transfer watts and prevent uncomfortable hot spots over long, grueling miles. These pedals also stand out from the crowd with adjustable entry and release tension, which means you can crank down the tension for a weekend of bar-bashing criterium sprints or loosen it up for Saturday socials with the family.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$279.99
Sale Price: $179.99
Shimano PD-A600 Premium SPD Pedal Shimano PD-A600 Premium SPD Pedal
With Shimano's lightweight and reliable PD-A600 Premium SPD Pedal you'll be racking up miles on the road with ease. The PD-A600's adjustable entry and release tension allows you to dial in the fit you desire, and the pedal's wide platform provides for more efficient power transfer. Shimano also constructed the new PD-A600 with an aerodynamic, single entry SPD design to reduce drag.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$109.95
Sale Price: $64.99
Shimano PD-M530 MTB SPD Pedals Shimano PD-M530 MTB SPD Pedals
Shimano's SPD pedals have been around forever and, aside from a few additions here and there, have remained pretty much unchanged. The reason is simple: Shimano got it right the first time. The M530 still uses Shimano's tried-and-true SPD retention system, but it incorporates a larger platform to add a bit of support in gnarly sections of trail where you're tossed around. The M530 SPD MTB pedal incorporates the same smart features that SPDs have incorporated for years. The dual-sided pedals make clipping in a snap. Sealed cartridge bearings make them pretty-much maintenance-free, although if you need to take them apart to clean and grease the internals, it can still be done without any SPD-specific tools. Finally, there's the tension adjustment, which is why many believers have been riding SPDs for years. With a 3mm Allen wrench, you can adjust the release tension of your pedals, so you can customize the feel to your exact comfort level.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$68.00
Sale Price: $29.92
Shimano PD-MX80 Saint Pedals Shimano PD-MX80 Saint Pedals
Though we're typically leery of manufacturers tinkering with our favorite pieces of kit, Shimano's PD-MX80 Saint Pedals are a successful and welcome update to the classic DX Flat model. The durable aluminum body, nine adjustable traction pins, chromoly axles, and sealed bearings ensure that you'll be able to ride BMX parks like a saint and DH like a sinner. The new platform design keeps your foot closer to the axle, and the open bodies shed mud and debris like temptation rolling off the back of St. Thomas.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$99.95
Sale Price: $59.95
Shimano PD-R540 SPD-SL Road Pedals Shimano PD-R540 SPD-SL Road Pedals
Ask anyone who's put in hours and hours on the bike about pedals, and they'll likely make a single recommendation: Shimano. Shimano's pedals seem to last forever, require little to no maintenance, and cleats are easy to find when it comes time to replace them. The PD-R540 SPD-SL Pedal seen here is among Shimano's entry-level pedals, but you don't sacrifice performance -it's just a touch heavier than the Ultegra or Dura-Ace offerings.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$59.95
Sale Price: $34.99
Shimano SH51 SPD Cleats Shimano SH51 SPD Cleats
The Shimano SH51 SPD Cleats offer four degrees of float, and more experienced riders will typically prefer these over the Multi-Release SH-56 cleats. They take a bit more to get unclipped, but the added security in rough terrain is a worthy tradeoff.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$16.00
Sale Price: $10.98
Shimano SH56 SPD Cleat Set Shimano SH56 SPD Cleat Set
Clip in and get going with the Shimano SH56 SPD Cleat Set. Designed to pair with Shimano SPD pedals, these cleats are multi-release so you can clip out by twisting your foot to either the inside or outside of the pedal. With the option to lift and twist your heel to unclip, these cleats are a great choice for anyone just getting into the clipless pedal game and anyone just looking for quick, easy clip out functionality. Keep in mind that these cleats are not compatible with SPD-style pedals that are not Shimano branded.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$16.00
Sale Price: $11.95
Shimano SPD-SL Cleat Set Shimano SPD-SL Cleat Set
Shimano's SPD-SL Cleat Set includes two cleats and all the installation hardware you'll need. The cleat set is compatible with all Shimano SPD-SL pedals, including the Dura-Ace PD-7810 and the Ultegra PD-6620 models. The SM-SH11s are the Black/Yellow floating cleats with 6 degrees of float--this is the stock cleat that comes with the Dura-Ace and Ultegra SL pedals. Or if you prefer a fixed cleat with no float, there is the option of Shimano's Black/Red cleat, the SM-SH10.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$27.00
Sale Price: $18.93
Shimano SPD-SL Long Cleat Bolts Shimano SPD-SL Long Cleat Bolts
Some shoes have especially deep wells in the soles for housing the threads into which you screw your pedal cleat bolts. Shimano is aware of this, which is why they supply the world with long bolts for use in this case on the cleats for their Dura Ace PD-7810 and Ultegra SL PD-6620 pedals. Please note that all you're purchasing here are bolts--not cleats as well. If you need replacement cleats, you'll need to purchase those separately. These bolts are 13. 5mm in length, and one packet of long bolt hardware is enough for two cleats.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$7.00
Sale Price: $5.19
Shimano Ultegra PD-6800 SPD-SL Pedals Shimano Ultegra PD-6800 SPD-SL Pedals
Featuring a carbon composite body for serious weight savings and high levels of rigidity, the Shimano Ultegra PD-6800 SPD-SL Pedals are a great choice for the competitive cyclist and casual, everyday rider alike. The pedal's wide platform enables high levels of energy transfer, ensuring maximum efficiency on the road. Wide bearing placement maintains a uniform load distribution for stability. Its short carbon fibers make it just a touch heavier than Shimano's featherweight PD-6900, yet it offers a similar level of performance without the sticker shock. They retain the same satisfying retention and release mechanism of SPD-SL pedals for easy use, and a stainless steel cover protects the pedal's carbon body from abrasion while reducing flex for maximum efficiency.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$199.99
Sale Price: $114.95
Shimano XT PD-M8000 XC Pedal Shimano XT PD-M8000 XC Pedal
The Shimano XT PD-M8000 XC Pedals combine bombproof durability with lightweight efficiency for cross-country racers, dedicated trail riders, 'cross enthusiasts, and even road riders. Redesigned for 2016, the M8000 XC Pedals benefit from a 7. 7 percent increase in pedal-to-shoe contact while enjoying a reduced stack height by 0. 5 millimeters. These slight design tweaks improve stability and pedaling efficiency, also preventing pedal strikes on rocky trails by reducing its overall height profile. The M8000 XC Pedals retain their legendary durability with cro-moly construction and sealed cartridge bearings. As always, they feature four degrees of float and work with Shimano's 2-bolt SPD cleats.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$119.99
Sale Price: $59.49
Shimano XT PD-M8020 Trail Pedal Shimano XT PD-M8020 Trail Pedal
Revamped with an 11. 7 percent increase in pedal-to-shoe contact over its PD-M785 predecessor, the Shimano XT PD-M8020 Trail Pedal provide supreme stability for conquering formidable stretches of trail. The 3. 3 millimeter wider profile over the previous iteration makes the M8020 Trail Pedal even more competent in wild terrain, facilitating quick engagement without endlessly searching for the pedal platform. Other than the slightly wider surface, the M8020 Trail Pedal retains the bombproof characteristics of the legendary PD-M785 with cro-moly construction and sealed cartridge bearings. Two-sided engagement makes easy work of clipping in, especially after dismounting across steep uphill sections and technical stretches. Another benefit, the cleat-to-pedal interface avoids mud buildup, even in nasty trail conditions. Other notable features include four degrees of float and integration with the included 2-bolt SPD cleats.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$119.99
Sale Price: $64.95
Shimano XTR PD-M9000 Race Pedal Shimano XTR PD-M9000 Race Pedal
For a sport that relishes in mud and sand, paying a premium for components seems counter-intuitive. Once in a while something comes along that is worth every grain of sand. The Shimano XTR M-9000 Race Pedals are just that something. Most noticeable is the weight. The M-9000 pedals are nearly 100 grams lighter than cheaper pedals, reducing extra weight you'll be carrying on your frame. They are fabricated with lightweight, durable chromoly spindles and aluminum pedal bodies, ensuring fast, reliable cleat-to-pedal engagement, each and every time. And, while the bearings are still wide-set for stiffness, the axle-bearing interface has been revamped for increased smoothness and longevity.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$179.99
Sale Price: $94.95
Shimano XTR PD-M9020 Trail Pedals Shimano XTR PD-M9020 Trail Pedals
Shimano's SPD (Shimano Pedaling Dynamics) pedal system has been a favorite among commuters, recreational roadies, and XC chargers for nearly a quarter-century. With the XTR-PD M9020 Trail Pedal, Shimano has managed shave weight from this vetted design without sacrificing performance. The M9020 features a large contact plate around the outside of the pedal that dramatically increases the size of your pedaling platform. In fact, this platform is the only difference separating the XTR M9020 from the top-of-the-line "race" classified XTR M9000. While the platform adds a bit of weight, it's worth it in our minds considering the provided stability and the added convenience of occasionally wearing shoes without cleats. Besides, the M9020 is still lighter than most pedals in Shimano's mountain range.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$179.99
Sale Price: $94.95
VP Components VP-Vice Pedal VP Components VP-Vice Pedal
Dirt jumpers, DH shredders, downtown cruisers, and enduro maniacs don't always use the same gear, but the VP-Vice Flat Pedal from VP Components is one thing they can all use happily. This burly flat is made from CNC-machined aluminum, which is light but strong enough to handle rock strikes and all sorts of abuse, and the cromoly axle and sealed cartridge bearings keep it spinning smoothly even after it's been bashed, muddied, and ridden for miles and miles. Aggressive pins keep your shoes stuck on like glue and are replaceable, too, so you can stick more in if you bash 'em out on rocks or stumps.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$95.00
Sale Price: $81.99


Browse By Category
Shop by Brand Name
Shop by Product Category
Search By Keywordy




feedback  |  privacy  |  copyright