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  1. Pedal
    Selling a pair of red Crankbrothers Candy 2 clipless pedals. These were ridden on an indoor trainer for maybe two hours. Includes two sets of the standard-release gold cleats, and one set of the brass, easy-release cleats. The pedals/cleats have never touched the ground. $50 including Priority...
    $50 USD
  2. Apparel and Protection
    im looking for clipless shoes and some look more like flat shoes and some look like road shoes whats the difference.
  3. Shoes
    Worn once, too big on my foot. $130 shipped to lower 48.
  4. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    No clips for Hill. But lots of podium time. Call it the Sam Hill effect. With the former downhill racing great (and longtime flat pedal user) making a seamless transition to enduro and winning last year's EWS overall title, it's natural to wonder which pedals are faster: flats or clips? Press...
  5. Misc Components
    In 2015, Nukeproof dropped the Horizon flat pedal. Designed with input from DH racing star Sam Hill, they've been a hit with riders looking for an affordable high end platform with incredible grip. You can lower or raise the pins to custom tailor grip. Now, the U.K.-based brand is launching...
  6. Misc Components
    The clipless mountain bike pedal conversation is often limited to Shimano, Crankbrothers, and then everyone else. Ritchey is doing its best to change that by releasing an update to its Paradigm pedals. Indeed, the famed component maker founded by the famous mountain bike pioneer has just started...
  7. Misc Components
    Lowdown: iSSi Trail and Trail Triple clipless pedals If you're dying to color coordinate your pedals or if you would benefit from having longer than standard pedal axles, iSSi pedals will fit the bill. The Trail models offer increased contact area and the Trail Triple adds an extra bearing for...
  8. Apparel and Protection
    Update: July 3 - Long-term Review We've been using the Teva Pivot for a few months now and have a few things to say about it. The greatest quality of these shoes is they are comfortable on the bike and off the bike. Three hour rides are no problem no matter what the terrain. They excel in...
  9. Lake Shoes with Vibram Sole

    I want some of these suckers. If you're a DH, SS, or endurance rider, and you're walking a fair amount, a Vibram sole has got to rule. I know Lake sponsors some serious endurance racers and they love their shoes. According to the catalog, Lake makes 3 shoe with a Vibram sole. The MX 220 is the middl
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