Azonic Xtension Pedal Pedal

Azonic Xtension Pedal Pedal 

DESCRIPTION

Machined from a solid block of 6061 T-G aluminum. Oversized stainless steel spindle and cartridge sealed bearings. Replaceable traction pins.

Black or silver.

USER REVIEWS

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[May 20, 2013]
vinckx leo

Strength:

gewicht en betrouwbaar

Weakness:

geen

de beste pedalen die ik ooit gehad heb.
kan je deze pedals nog kopen ergens

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
4
[Dec 31, 2010]
Bigfoot
Downhiller

Strength:

The looks, the grip, price (really cheap for a good CNC pedal on ball bearings)

Weakness:

none so far

Good reliable pedals, great grip, cheap, I've only lost one pin so far but it's quite easy to replace them.

Similar Products Used:

Shimano DX, Wellgo Magnesium, GT Flat

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Nov 21, 2006]
Stephen
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

Reasonably light for a platform, plenty of room, user friendly.

Weakness:

none so far

I'm new to mt. biking and don't have a lot of experience with many components, hoewever, these are quality pedals that look good and inspire confidence, are reasonably priced and take a beating without a problem.

Similar Products Used:

WTB, Tioga

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Jun 30, 2006]
G Thomas
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

This review is for the Mountain X the big brother to the xtension. They give you a large solid platform to place your foot. They give you good footing climbing and descending. The fact that the make you work harder than clipless or pedals with clips is a plus in my opinion..you get a better workout

Weakness:

None

They've taken rock hits without even scratching, They spin well, They look sweeeeet. If you buy them you will like them. I believe they will do a great job for XC, FR and DH.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Sep 04, 2006]
JJ
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Rock solid, cool looks, excellent grip, DURABILITY

Weakness:

Lost a few pins in the beginning, then made a trip to the hardware store and got a bag of longer pins (4 bucks) and cranked 'em all the way down. Haven't lost a single one since. Longer pins make 'em grip like hell anyway.

I'm about 200 lbs, hardcore freerider and I've got two seasons of DH, FR, trails and urban on these things and they still feel like new. I've cased jumps and harsh drops that I thought would bend the axle for sure but they're perfectly straight, still spin smooth and silent and have no play what so ever. Not to mention a good rinse with the garden hose and they still look sweet.
I recommend 'em for serious riders but newb's be careful cause if you slip they'll definately bite you. Best traction and most reliable pedal I've ever had. You don't have to spend $100+ to get good pedals. I'd buy another pair.

Similar Products Used:

A-Frames, Aircorps, ZuZu's

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jul 25, 2006]
Kenny
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Grips well, Large platform, affordable quality, takes a beating, stylish/unique look, 470 grams.

Weakness:

Will tear up shoes. And give you some bad pedal bite. You might end up taking some mud home.

These pedals will not let go. They keep your feet exactly where you placed them. They will tear up soft rubber shoes. But not drasticly. And if you ever slip your pedal be careful, as they will leave a nasty claw mark.

After a few months of riding these pedals have taken a beating against rocks, logs and a few falls, being left out in the rain, and riding through dirt, mud and sandy trails and they still perform flawless. The bearings spin free and the pins are still in place.

These pedals also have a unique look. At first I was unsure about there being some platform missing at the front and rear. But it's a moot point. You don't even notice it. The spaces in the pedal do hold mud. But a poke with your finger will knock it out easy.

Overall these pedals are excellently designed and worth the cash.

Similar Products Used:

Various pedals on the rigs of my riding buddies.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jan 10, 2006]
N.B.GAS
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

PINNED...WEIGHT...SEALED...LOOKS...PRICE

Weakness:

IDIOTS REVIEWING THIS AND STATING THEY DONT LIKE THE LOOKS! SO WHY DID YOU BUY THEM? DA...OR DID YOU!

GET A SET! YOULL LOVE UM!

..............TIME TO RIDE.....................PRACE!

Similar Products Used:

A-FRAMES...CLINGONS...ZULUS...50/50s...NYC FRs....

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Aug 10, 2005]
matt man
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

they dont work very well

Weakness:

i dont like the look and they slip realy easily

they arent very good for the price... you should really get some really awesome aframes because they are much better! ! !

Similar Products Used:

a frames... which are really good

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
[May 20, 2005]
ido
Downhiller

Strength:

avry strong padll it no slip navr and it cach the shoes like a clips

Weakness:

1 nipl gat out

bay it
it is the bast purchasing u can bay

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Nov 21, 2006]
BansheE66
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

great working pedal with sealed bearings and replasable pins that wont set you back on your funds.

Weakness:

none

get this pedals if you ride, because the are light, look good and work good. Get some ship guards because if you catch one of this pedals with your shin it will hurt.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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