Xpedo Mountain Force Ti-Cr Pedals Pedal

DESCRIPTION

  • Body: Titanium
  • Spindle: Cromoly
  • 16 point adjustable release tension
  • Release angle: 15 degrees +- 2 degrees
  • Floating Cleat Design

USER REVIEWS

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[Dec 06, 2008]
MrCookie
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
1
Strength:

Looks, and adjustability.

Weakness:

Don't take rock impacts well at all. The slightest tap bends a little tab inside rendering that side of the pedal useless. I tried to contact Customer Service, and it took 3 weeks to return my email. Not worth the bother.

Gonna cobble together yet another fix (heating and hammering a nail flat, then filing and bending it to fit...) and stick these quail hearted things on a road bike. It is so frustrating to fight through a difficult section, dab a foot, and then struggle to get back into the side of the pedal that still works. My buddies have been giving me a hard time for nursing these things along all summer. Now that I have a little time to sort my ride out a bit, they are "the weakest link, GOOD-BYE". THESE ARE NOT UP TO THE RIGORS OF MOUNTAIN BIKING!

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Shimano and Ritchey SPD

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