Odyssey Twisted Pro Pedal Pedal

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Odyssey Twisted Pro Pedal

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quickusaf   Weekend Warrior [Mar 10, 2010]
Strength:

grip bears have lasted

Weakness:

saw a friend break the cage on one of his

never lost a pin but i cranked them down tight. i used to do a ton of riding on my 20 inch bike and now that i just bought a mountain bike i put these on it and have had no problems. one of my friens got the same ones and broke his cage

Similar Products Used: only pedals i ever bought other than my stockers
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
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D. McNeill   Weekend Warrior [Jul 06, 2003]
Strength:

Cheap, good grip and come with replaceable pins.

Weakness:

Keep an eye on the pins because they do come loose. They carve up you're shins very nicely as well.

They offer good grip even in the wet and because they're so cheap you wont cry when you smash them on a rock, step, park bench, etc.

Similar Products Used: More than I care to remember.
OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
5
Carlo   Cross Country Rider [Nov 05, 2002]
Strength:

Tough
Good Grip

Weakness:

Heavy

Odyssey Twisted Pro's
These are probably the greatest platform pedals around. They're just a little heavy though. The replaceable pins grips your shoes well. Remember to wear shin guards because the pins can cause some pretty gnarly gashes on you legs. Great for downhill and freeriding. Not so for cross country rides. Bottom line? ...this is a great product.

Similar Products Used: Shimano PD-M424
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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Stuart   Weekend Warrior [Oct 14, 2001]
Strength:

Cheap, replacable pins, grip well

Weakness:

Alloy is too soft

Twist Pro's.....For the money I paid these were more than adequate. They grip to your shoe very well, and gave me very few problems, the bearings held up great too. The only problems I had were with a pin pulling from its thread, causing small cracking of the cage at the same time...but the rest of the pedal held up fine. That was until it came to pulling it off. It turned out that the pedal had crossthreaded itself in the same incident, and when I finally got it off the thread on the pedal was well and truly mangled, but the thread in the crank was fine (praise be). But the pedals were great when they were on the bike.

Similar Products Used: Other cheapo platforms, specialized clipless,
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Josh Parsons   Weekend Warrior [Jul 26, 2006]
Strength:

GRIP!! replaceable grub screws are a major plus and also a great look.

Weakness:

none yet...

So far no complaints love them, perfect grip dfro wet tassie day, awesome features and gotta love that color!!!

Similar Products Used: GT blocks and SNAFU pedals (A.K.A. Meat Mashers, Deat to Shins!)...
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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Andy   Cross Country Rider [Jul 24, 2001]
Strength:

Light , tough , gripps well

Weakness:

none so fare

good pedal for the money

Similar Products Used: other aluminum pedals
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
scorch   [Mar 24, 2001]
Strength:

good grip
light
big platform

Weakness:

bad bearings

this is on the Oddyssey Twisted Pro platforms

this pedal isn't too bad for 30bucks cdn. It's got a large platform for your foot to plant on. Nice grip from the pins, low profile so that you don't hit it on the ground too much. It's perfect for trials too and fr/urban. Nice and light. Clicking on the bearings have occured and just needed lubing. Slippery when wet. It also gets rid of mud easily.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
yo   Weekend Warrior [Sep 20, 2000]
Strength:

Good grip until all the damn pins fall out.

Weakness:

Bad bearings and the pins fall out. (twisted pro platforms)

These are the worst pieces of crap I've ever bought. For $30 I got a pedal that within a month, 12 pins fell out of both of them. Don't waste your money!

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
Ed   Weekend Warrior [Jul 16, 1999]
Strength:

grippy
cheap
strong
size

Weakness:

size

Picked up some Triple Traps for my MTB from Dan's Competition for $13.99. What a deal. These pedals have excellent grip. Better than the Primo Super Meat Tenderizers I tried(just like DMRs). They spin smoothly and come in cool colors too. The only problem is due to the extra length and thickness of these pedals, you loose some ground clearance. That will take a little getting used to. But, when I did hit a few roots and rocks pretty hard the pedals were virtually unscathed. So far, these are the best pedals I've ever owned. Worth a full 5 flamers.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
Timppa   weekend warrior [Jul 15, 1997]

I bought a pair last summer and I haven't been riding on my Shimano 747's
much since then. They are a pain in the ass to get used to because of the
height, but when you finally do get used to them...
The bearings are like outta this world. A friend sprayed some water on them
once and they started spinning like a rotor (or whatever) on a helicopter
even with a similar sound. Whew!!

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
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