Check your facts, and you will find that FlyPaper Pedals by Momentum Bicycle are much thinner than the Canfields.Timpanogos said:The thinnest pedal platform on the market also allows for more balance and stability because you are standing on the side of the spindles instead of the top."
Wow, those pedals must have come out of a time warp - I had Tioga versions of those on my BMX in the 80s!insanitylevel9 said:https://www.jensonusa.com/store/product/PE407C03-Wellgo+Lu-953+Pedal.aspx
i got these there cheap and its pretty hard to lose your footing but when u do be ready the spikes are a good 1/2 inch they also dont bend i smashed them on a tun of stuff just lost the paint and there cheap so u can just trough them out when they go bad the bearings are really strong ive done tuns of drops to flat and no problem with them
Just got a set of canfields. Remember when you introduced those and literally everybody complained that you had to run FSA gap cranks, and that if you did away with the proprietary crank design, people would buy them? I'm quite certain you had people clamoring to do away with the proprietary crank (me included), and that the minute you did, I would buy a set. And then you didn't, and canfield bro's did. I know your bitter that you introduced them first but didn't get the credit, but its still YOUR fault, even if it was a great idea. You can't blame anybody here but yourself.Bike Doc said:Check your facts, and you will find that FlyPaper Pedals by Momentum Bicycle are much thinner than the Canfields.
Unfortunately, they're not cheap enough to put on your Mall-Wart bike...