Four new flat pedals from Sea Otter

Bontrager, Deity, VP, and Gamut

All Mountain Trail Enduro Pedals Sea Otter Classic

2016 Sea Otter Classic

1mm washers under the pins are removable in order to increase pin height and improve traction.

1mm washers under the pins are removable in order to increase pin height and improve traction (click to enlarge).

Bontrager Line Pro

As part of their new Line of trail/enduro components, Bontrager is releasing a new flat pedal. Developed with input from their C3 slopestyle team, the 6061 alloy pedals spin on dual sealed cartridge bearings. The platform has a concave shape to help retain the foot, as well as adjustable traction pins. The pedals are available in black, as we as a limited edition Orange. Weight is 420g. Retail is $99.

The Altitude version of the Harrier pedal also receives the axle updates.

The Altitude version of the Harrier pedal also receives the axle updates (click to enlarge).

VP Harrier Axle Update

The Harrier platform pedal has remained unchanged for a number of years, but VP has recently made some changes to their axle and bearing system to improve long term durability. The new setup is called the Axial Force Control System and essentially swaps the external Igus bushing for an internal bushing paired with a thrust bearing.

For more info, visit www.vp-usa.com.

Love this new color? Deity also offers matching bars and stems.

Love this new color? Deity also offers matching bars and stems (click to enlarge).

Deity Platinum Collection

While Deity didn’t technically have any new product on display, they were showcasing a blingy new Platinum color for their product range. Drool.

For more info, visit www.deitycomponents.com.

Want to get matchy matchy? Gamut is offering aftermarket pins in silver, blue, black, and red.

Want to get matchy matchy? Gamut is offering aftermarket pins in silver, blue, black, and red (click to enlarge).

Gamut Podium Pedal

While it feels like Gamut has been teasing the new Podiums for an eternity, which they have, they’ve also been using that time to perfect the design. After over a year of testing and refining, the Podiums are officially shipping.

For more info, visit www.gamutusa.com.

This article is part of Mtbr’s coverage of the 2016 Sea Otter Classic in Monterey, California. For more from Sea Otter CLICK HERE.

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