Azonic Pooky Pedal

  • CNC machined from a solid block of 6061 T-6 Aluminum
  • New pin design
  • Grease ports for easy maintence
  • Oversized stainless steel spindle
  • Removable pins and sealed cartridge bearings

User Reviews (2)

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Hugs   Weekend Warrior [Jan 08, 2009]
Strength:

Strong, super grippy pins, looks awesome, price is not outrageous (you'll get plenty of value out of these)

Weakness:

Seems a bit heavy but pedals take serious abuse so they should be.

Better than my old flats by a mile. The metal isn't soft as butter like my old one. I smash them into rocks on the trail and concrete on my commute and I look down expecting to see a big gouge but thers is nothing but a little scratch.
The black is not wearing off either.
But the best part about this pedal is the pins. They use a V shape instead of being just a flat top like most others and it really works. Just keep those shins away from this baby.
Super smooth still after 1 year.
The grease port is a little small though but hardly a problem as I just unscrew the bolt on the outer side of the pedal and wack some grease in there just as easy.
The pedal is quite long and wide but with average thickness.
All up I couldn't be happier and looks like it will last me ages.

Similar Products Used: Odyssey twisted Pro
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Tom   Cross Country Rider [Feb 25, 2008]
Strength:

Super duper grippy, grease port, style

Weakness:

Weight? Who cares, I'll eat 2 less Devil Dogs per week. Lil pricey.

I replaced my 5050s with these and wow, what a difference. I use these with FiveTens and it's about as close to being clipped in as you can get.

Similar Products Used: Crank Bros Mallet, Crank Bros 5050
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
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