Point One Podium 2 Pedal

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MSRP : $169.00

Product Description

It was designed around three main elements; strength to weight, reliability and ground clearance. The thinness of the pedal lowers the rider’s center of gravity for increased stability and better cornering, brings the rider closer to the axis of rotation for a more efficient pedal stroke and increases the rider’s ground clearance so they are less likely to be obstructed by objects on the trail. The Podium 2 utilizes a new two piece axle design for greater strength, as well as allowing for larger bearings for better reliability. The Podium 2 is 30% thinner, 20% lighter, and also employs custom hollow M5 traction studs that are nearly indestructible. We have decreased the larger bearing "hump", as well as completely sealed out the axle assembly. The pedal body design has a 3mm leading edge, and large 30 degree chamfers that deflect obstacles more efficiently. Thinner, lighter, stronger, rebuild-able, and fully-sealed. The Podium 2.

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