Weyless B-37 MX Flat Pedals Pedal

B-37 MX Flat Pedals

Race-quality flat pedals for slalom, DH, or hardcore urban-style riding. Big concave platforms (109mm x 107mm) offer maximum stability and control, with replaceable setscrew-style traction pins and bevelled, stepped-profile edges, so no matter how or when you step on the pedal, it automatically levels out for you. Solid cromoly axles spin on sealed cartridge bearings for lasting, trouble-free performance. Compare to the big-name brands - there is no better value anywhere!

User Reviews (6)

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Tim   Weekend Warrior [Mar 26, 2003]
Strength:

Perfect width. Nice concave shape. Replacable pins that grip your shoes like they're glued to them. Sealed bearings(NOT bushings). Super strong, bash em all you want.

Weakness:

none so far

What can I say? I love these pedals! They grip your feet so well you almost don't need clipless. The bearings are sealed and are super smooth. I read another review that claimed a creaking noise. I have not encountered this, and I have absolutely beat the crap out of these pedals and have not had any problems whatsoever. Sick Drops? No problem. Mud? No problem. Smack em on rocks all day, they can take it. And you can't beat the price!!! I don't work for Weyless, in fact alot of their stuff sucks. I just really like these pedals. Get a pair, you won't be disappointed. I give them 5 and 5.

Similar Products Used: Haro big block(good) Haro small block(feet will slip off) All types of DX style platforms
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Paul   [Mar 31, 2003]
Strength:

Has very goood grip, and is kind of light.

Weakness:

I used these pedals for about 6 months, then I started hearing this grinding sound. I was going down a hill and my left pedal completely fell off. It turns out the outer bearing had shreaded, and I could see the a bunch of little metal shavings. So I sent the pedals back, thinking they were just defective; got the new ones, and they did the same thing.

These would be good pedals if you ride like a grandma, but if you do anything aggressive, or crash a lot, don't get em'

Similar Products Used: Crappy unsealed pedals.
OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
3
Darth Vader   [Mar 16, 2003]
Strength:

big platform pedal with very sharp cleats, cheap, light.

Weakness:

creaks

considering the price, this pedal is a ver good thrash pedal. it creaks sounds like it needs to be lube.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
vinny   Weekend Warrior [Sep 19, 2004]
Strength:

none

Weakness:

pins(set screw)fall out right away. fall apart.

platform came off of the spindle in the middle of ride.I always checked pedals and every thing else before every ride,and they still fell apart.Shop around and get good pedals for the same price.Bottom line,Weyless pedals are CRAP!!!

Similar Products Used: shimano-wellgo-time
OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
dorin   [Jun 28, 2004]
Strength:

- grippy
- sealed cartridge bearings
- pretty light
- haven't had any problems with them
- great value

Weakness:

- could be thinner

Unbeatable value! They seem to have the same construction as other highly touted pedals like the Azonic A-frames but for a nice affordable price. You can't go wrong with them.

Similar Products Used: - Shimano XT platforms
- crappy Wellgo platforms
- Wellgo B-52 platforms
- Cannondale Fire platforms
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Rigel   [Dec 16, 2005]
Strength:

Cheap, grips like hell

Weakness:

Mmmm, pins corrode a little in time but not big deal, could have a little lower profile

Great pedals for the price, have not seen anything better pedal in the 0-$50 price range. They grip like mad, used to have other platforms but they slipped every once in a while, and when you did bye bye shins. Has not happened with these. Pins are easy to replace and readily available, just be shure to check them for thightness when you receive them in order to not loose any. Have trashed them, hit more rocks that I can remember (my bike has quite low bb) but aside from replacing one or two bent pins, no problems.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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