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  1. Drivetrain
    This seems to come up from time to time as an issue, but I'm trying to find a solution that doesn't involve me having to replace pedals constantly, under warranty or not. I am a big fan of Time ATAC pedals, and use them for mountain biking, gravel and cyclocross. However, three pairs in a row...
  2. Misc Components
    For everyone running flats I have a question for you. I was looking at the Oneup Components Aluminum pedals and saw they are not compatible with Sram carbon cranks. So does that mean I really can't use them with my XO carbon cranks? Thanks in advance.
  3. Drivetrain
    Hello. I'd like to know a tightening torque for the lock nuts of the pedals "Wellgo b087du": like those Педали wellgo b087du or some average value for such kind of pedals. Thanks in advance!
  4. Cranks
    Brand new OneUp Aluminum pedals in blue. $100 shipped, please feel free to PM me with any questions or interest.
  5. General Discussion
    I am a long time user of clipless pedals and recently decided to give flats a try on my hardtail. I naturally want to place my weight on the ball of my foot, similar to placement for clipless. This definitely works for climbs but I’m not sure on descents. For DH, sometimes I deal with wherever...
  6. General Discussion
    Building around similar principles of weight, durability, traction, and adjustability. Many of the tope trail pedals have many similarities. Despite the personal preferences in pedals, whether you prefer clipless or flats, there are obvious benefits with clipping in. There are a few key...
  7. General Discussion
    To complement its new 12-speed XTR drivetrain that's detailed in great length here, and brakes that you can read about here, Shimano has launched a host of new hubs (both XTR and non-series), plus new XTR-level pedals, a slick dropper post remote, and a new chain keeper. Here's a rundown on...
  8. General Discussion
    Crankbrothers has announced a partnership with two-time downhill World Champion Loic Bruni to bring the latest signature edition pedal to the Mallet DH range. Designed with Loic, and chosen by the fans, the Mallet DH SuperBruni Edition features an asymmetrical double-anodized red and blue...
  9. General Discussion
    Ever considered trying flat pedals, but were leery due to price and/or commitment? Well, crankbrothers is making the decision a little easier with the launch of its budget priced Double Shot 1 hybrid pedals. Featuring molded traction pins for grip, wide 57mm q-factor for clearance and control...
  10. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Learning to ride flat pedals is a skill every mountain biker looking to ride technical terrain should practice. I learned the skill early on through trials riding, but when I mountain bike I prefer to clip in. The most common question I receive on my YouTube channel is whether or not I could do...
  11. General Discussion
    X-Track Race Carbon | $130 | 174 grams Look has unveiled a new line of pedals dubbed X-Track. Primary design drivers were increased contact surface, low weight, and ease of entry and release, especially in muddy conditions. There are six models: X-Track, X-Track Race, X-Track Race Carbon...
  12. General Discussion
    The ATAC engagement set-up allows for easy clip in and positive, predictable release, and it self-cleans. Time has been making mountain bike pedals for years if not decades. Who among us hasn't spent at least some time on their ATAC set-up. Well, now they're getting into the enduro game with...
  13. General Discussion
    Flat pedals are available in a dizzying array of colors and sizes. As their popularity has increased, manufacturers have developed a number of lighter, thinner, and larger models. In recent years, they've also experimented with a number of different materials and internals to help increase grip...
  14. Beginner's Corner
    Hello, I figured this is the best place to find out information. Somehow a set of brand new pedals was left in my garage. I have no idea what they are worth and there is not much information about them online. I was hoping someone here could shed some light on them for me as I am not an avid...
  15. General Discussion
    Hey guys, I was with a friend the other day doing some trail riding and he had some secured pedals, I was interested so he let me give them a try and I really liked them. I want to get some pedals that I can clip into for mountain biking, but I use my bike a lot around the neighborhood and dont...
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