Flats or clips? Some pedals even cater to your indecision. These days, there seems to be a flood of riders converting from clipless to flat pedals. Forced into clipless in their early mountain biking years, riders have discovered the many benefits of riding flats and are now switching. But let’s not ignore the other path,
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 these
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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, X-Track Race Carbon Ti, X-Track Rage, and
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 the new Speciale 12. Features
Look has just released their new X-Track mountain bike pedals, which they claim provide the best weight to contact surface ration on the market today. The X-Track XC SPD pedals provide 515 mm² of contact surface thanks to a 60mm-wide platform in a 150g package on the highest-price X-Track Race Carbon TI pedal ($ 249.99
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The new Xpedo GFX Neo replaces the aluminum platform found on the standard GFX with a nylon body. Xpedo GFX Neo The GFX Neo is a lower cost alternative to the standard GFX pedal. It shares the same dual sided entry mechanism, chromoly axle, and triple sealed bearing configuration. The main difference in the platform.
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A large platform of 115mm x 105mm x 12mm are featured in the OneUp Alloy pedal. OneUp Components has attacked the flat pedals market with two offerings that are thin, sensible, and reasonably priced. Ideal for aggressive riding in wet, tricky conditions, OneUp offers some of the grippiest pedals we’ve seen in a while. Click