Funn Mamba Pedal
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- MAMBA pedals are designed for AM, Enduro and even DH ridings.
- After so many field riding tests, FUNN introduces this super durable clip large platform pedals enhance your climbing and descending to be Efficient and Precise like a sharp knife!
- Single/Double sided cleats in option. SPD competible.
- Extruded platform with CNC.
- GRS enables extremely easy grease changing.
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