Pedals Reviews and News


What’s the fastest pedal for enduro: flats or clips?


With former downhill racing great (and longtime flat pedal user) Sam Hill making a seamless transition to enduro and winning last year’s EWS overall title, it’s natural to wonder which pedals are faster?

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New Shimano XTR hubs, pedals, and more


To complement its new 12-speed XTR drivetrain, Shimano has launched a host of new hubs, plus new XTR-level pedals, a slick dropper post remote, and a new chain keeper.

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Sea Otter Goodies: Five products that caught our eye


Here are five intriguing goodies that we happened upon during our time in California: new pedals, tires, sealant, a hitch rack, and a bunch of carbon wheels.

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Crankbrothers Mallet DH SuperBruni pedals debut


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.

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Look X-Track pedal review


After decades of trying different clipless pedal recipes, Look realized that the original clipless pedal design is still the best.

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iSSi unveils new Stomp XL and Flash III


Pedal maker iSSi has new colors and pedals for everything from enduro to commuting.

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Fyxation Mesa MP Subzero flat pedal launched


Fyxation’s popular Mesa MP pedal gets a subzero makeover, adding a thin nylon body and replaceable pins to stand up to tough winter conditions.

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Trying toe clips and clipless pedals for the first time


Blake from GMBN tries toe clips and clipless pedals for the first time. Ride along and see him experience what many of us old-timers did.

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Crankbrothers Double Shot 1 pedal launched


Featuring molded traction pins for grip, wide 57mm q-factor for clearance and control, and durable stamped-steel wings, the Double Shot 1 gives riders the option to ride flat or clipped-in. Price is just $60 per set.

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Look X-Track pedals launched


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.

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New pedals from Xpedo, HT, and Crankbrothers


Check out the latest flats and clipless pedals from Xpedo, HT, and Crankbrothers.

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New Shimano flat pedals and Saint SPDs


Shimano has increased their flat pedal offerings with three new gravity oriented models, plus a new Saint-level SPD for those who prefer to clip in.

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Round up: Best flat pedals


Some of the best tech and innovation is actually going in to these new flat pedals. Low weight, low profile, platform size and grip are the key elements.

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Crankbrothers Stamp flat pedal family expanded


Crankbrothers is expanding it’s popular new line of Stamp pedals to include four different price points, ranging from $80 to $300.

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OneUp Composite flat pedal review


The engineering wizards at OneUp Components sought out to create a pedal that delivers good value, low weight, large size and ample grip at a bargain price. Have they succeeded?

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OneUp Components flat pedals first look


OneUp Components has attacked the flat pedals market with two offerings that are thin, sensible, and reasonably priced.

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New Shimano SPDs, flat pedals, and shoes


Shimano reaffirms its commitment to downhill and gravity disciplines with the introduction five new shoes and four new pedals, including SPD and flat pedal options.

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Speedplay Syzr and Brass Knuckles pedals


Speedplay is a company with deep engineering roots. So when designing the Syzr pedal, they went all in to eliminate play and design in proper float in a mountain bike pedal.

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8 new pedals for XC, trail, and enduro riding


In the market for new pedals? Here are seven of our favorites from Crankbrothers, Xpedo, OneUp, Kona, Deity, and VP.

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Answer Protaper Alloy handlebars go to 810mm


Sure other companies make a bar wider than 800mm, but do they make an 810mm bar with a 3” rise at 31.8 clamp diameter?

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New Mallet DH pedals and 160mm Highline post from Crankbrothers


To celebrate turning twenty, Crankbrothers launched a new 160mm version of their dropper and a redesigned Mallet DH pedal.

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Canfield Brothers Crampon Mountain flat pedal review


The Crampon marches to a different flat pedal beat with its convex pedal shape instead of flat or concave. But we gave it time and really got to know this finely crafted component.

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Bontrager Line Pro flat pedals review


Flat pedals are gaining ground, as more riders strive learn to handle a bike without being clipped in. Bontrager offers a no-frills pedal option with its Line Pro. See how they perform in this Mtbr review.

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Nukeproof Horizon CL and CS clipless pedals debut


Nukeproof’s first foray into clipless pedals offers high-end features and new technology at competitive prices.

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Crankbrothers Mallet E 11 goes on Titanium diet


The Mallet E 11 uses titanium wings and a dual chamfered design to shed weight, making it the lightest Mallet pedals ever offered.

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