Wellgo MG-52 Pedal

Wellgo MG-52 Pedal 

DESCRIPTION

The Wellgo MG-52 takes a truly classic pedal design and gives it a significant weight reduction thanks to its magnesium construction. Eight replaceable pins on each side of the pedal ensure excellent grip on even the hairiest terrain. The spindles are constructed from CNC machined Cro-Mo and roll on sealed bearings for a smooth ride with maximum durability.

USER REVIEWS

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[Apr 23, 2012]
SJKevin

Strength:

Solid pedal, solid grip

Weakness:

Weight, dirt cakes on the pins

Spent $50 bucks for these pedals and on the whole I've been very pleased. As long as I keep them clean around the pins they hold my foot well on small jumps, drops and technical terrain. Probably not a bad idea to keep something with you to brush out the dirt when you ride but as long as you don't let them get too caked up, they work well and are a great value.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[May 29, 2011]
Ska Dude
Downhiller

Strength:

lightest cheapest sealedest pedals on the market! they look beautiful and cuz they are sealed i never have that clankety sound you get with most unsealed platform pedals. the chromoly spindle is strong and the replacable pins practically glue to your feet.

Weakness:

these pedals WILL wreck cheap walmart shoes. fast.

get em! these are the best deal out there when it comes to platform pedals. plus there Mg so thats always a plus. usually when i do a review for a part i dont do it until i wreck it so i can get a precise T.O.D. and C.O.D. but these pedals show absolutly no signs of letting up.

these pedals are perfect for freeriders and park and trail bmxers.
street bmxers should look into something less expensive for grinding on.

Similar Products Used:

there is nothing like these

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Apr 29, 2011]
South OC DH
Downhiller

Strength:

Strong spindle, great grip, replacable pins

Weakness:

Cheese grade your shin's if you slip, but what do you expect?

These are the first platform pedals I have owned and I am very happy with them. I feel clipped in, excpet for high speed washboards. Your feet slip a little but you can transfer your weight and not get slippage. The price is great, I dont think there would be a $80 difference if I were to buy Crank Bro's Mallats or Azonic 420's. GREAT PEDAL!!!!!

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jan 09, 2010]
Alleyboy
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Light. Probably a few grams heavier than MG-1, but totally sweet. Magnesium body, CrMo axle. Very grippy and sturdy feel.

Weakness:

Have yet to thrash it yet, but so far aren't seeing any weakness. Probably the paint may chip off when knocked, but that doesn't bother me.

Great pedals to own and use for downhill. Grippy and light. Will not regret.

Similar Products Used:

Kona, Haro, but those are heavy.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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