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VP Vice Pedal

5/5 (5 Reviews)
MSRP : $80.00

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Product Description

From dirt jumping to all-mountain trails and even commuting or the occasional pub crawl, the VP Vice is the flat pedal that out-performs them all. The axle and bearings have been constructed to combine strength and durability with smooth running performance. Its low profile design gives you a planted feel while its thinness increases ground clearance reducing impacts with rocks and roots. The VP Vice is engineered to give you the best grip no matter what the riding conditions are. With 12 pins per side and a large surface area, the VP Vice feels great with any shoe style. Additional features include:

  • 406 grams per pair
  • 105 x 105 x 17mm platform
  • Extruded and CNC aluminum body
  • Full length Forged and Heat Treated Cromoly Axle
  • LSL and Sealed Cartridge Bearings
  • 4 Anodized colors: Black, Grey, Red, Blue
  • Replaceable Back-Out Pins
  • Rebuild and Pin Kits available
  • Forged Titanium Axle Upgrade available (shaving 70g per pair)

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by laurel keating a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: March 13, 2014

Strengths:    very good quality

Weaknesses:    none that I am aware off

Bottom Line:   
My son is an avid rider and this is the peddle I have used on his bike that we built from parts

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by ES

Date Reviewed: March 11, 2014

Strengths:    Great pedal for the money! Light and strong. I've yet to lose a pin and I've ridden these pedals for a full season. Relatively thin as well.

Weaknesses:    Platform is on the small side.

Bottom Line:   
Great pedals. As stated above, they are light, thin, and tacky. Platform could be a little wider, but I don't feel this greatly affects the performance of the pedal. I highly recommend them.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by kris a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: February 10, 2013

Strengths:    light strong awesome grip looks

Weaknesses:    none that i found

Bottom Line:   
order the's pedals with my first bike 29 re hard tail then upgrade to a Marin fs thought I could spend more money and get a better product. I purchased green azoic 420 waste of moneys after one long ride color was almost gone grip was ok nothing like the vice after the season was over I have been on the hunt for new platforms after a month of searching and refusing to pay 200+ of a set I went back to old faithful best pedal you can buy for sub 200 if your on the fence don't be buy the VP

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Favorite Trail:   highland

Duration Product Used:   one season

Price Paid:    $69.00

Purchased At:   amazon

Similar Products Used:   azoic 420

Bike Setup:   marin 6.9 attack trail

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Sean a Downhiller

Date Reviewed: November 18, 2012

Strengths:    Durable. I smash them on rocks frequently and they are still solid. The pegs are super grippy

Weaknesses:    None

Bottom Line:   
Great pedals

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Purchased At:   Pricepoint.com

Bike Setup:   2009 Iron Horse 6 Point 4

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Colbtown

Date Reviewed: September 13, 2012

Strengths:    Very sturdy. Took a big rock hit the other day and the handled it just fine. Most of the pins have the heads protected and thus are very easy to remove when they require changing. Unlike the set screws which get jacked up and you end up using a pair of vice grips to extract them.

Weaknesses:    A little heavier than some VP's other pedals, but its the price you pay for durability.

Bottom Line:   
Spin great! Have lots of pins for good traction on the jittery stuff. Paid $60 on Amazon. Awesome deal.

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