Thanks for the heads up. :thumbsup:boomn said:I don't know too many specific models. I almost bought some SunRingle Zuzu's before I went the opposite direction and bought clipless pedals. Anyway...
Look for something with sealed cartridge bearings; it will last longer and will most likely be rebuildable when the bearings do go bad. One clue to this is an end cap with a hex bolt hole, meaning it was designed to be serviced
Also look for a pedal with replaceable traction pins.
most Norshore riders in Vancouver & area use them. Easy to replace pins at .15 each, bombproof, cheap. Sealed bearings a must for wet riding. Jimbwheelin said:These might be what I'm looking for. How's the traction?
Are you speaking from experience?
Yea those B37's are hard to find in the US. I might go with the B27's, but I'll take a look at a few others you guys recommended.JimC. said:are NOT sealed bearings. If water is an issue for your riding in PA, then steer clear of these. Alternative is a Wellgo M1 Magnesium flat @ $85 from Webcyclery, but that's over your budget (sealed and 1/2 lb less weight).
It looks like the B37 is only available in Canada and Europe, try looking for the B 36 and the B 5 models in the US?
Best I could find was the B27, these are all so similar it's a nightmare to differentiate. If you do order, grab a set of replacement pins at the same time.
Good luck, Jim
Probably. You do shrink as you age you know. I'm going to look in to them though. The ones I saw back then look different than the ones on Abaxos' website. They're definitely good pedals. :thumbsup:saturnine said:no idea. have your feet shrunk?