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I'm looking at replacing the stock plastic pedals that came on my bike and need some advice. I don't want to spend much more than 20-40 bucks on pedals, I saw some at Mountain Equipment Co-op and they looked decent, any other suggestions?
 

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What's wrong with your plastic pedals? 20-40 dollars is going to buy you some cheap pedals that will probably be on par with the original ones equipped on your bike.

That being said, I think your pedal dollar goes further at MEC. Many local bike stores will have a bargin bin, and you can find some cheap pedals in there. Last option would be some junk from Canadian Tire.
 

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WpgRider said:
What's wrong with your plastic pedals? 20-40 dollars is going to buy you some cheap pedals that will probably be on par with the original ones equipped on your bike.

That being said, I think your pedal dollar goes further at MEC. Many local bike stores will have a bargin bin, and you can find some cheap pedals in there. Last option would be some junk from Canadian Tire.
The pedals I have now seem to be ok, just want to make sure they don't fall apart on me when I'm riding. I guess I can always wait until they actually break apart.

Thanks for the help
 

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Go check out your LBS. I got a pair of Wellgo flats for my wife at John Henry last summer for 25 bux or so. They are pretty solid, and reasonably priced...
 
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