New pedals from Xpedo, HT, and Crankbrothers

Flat and clipless offerings to help keep you moving forward

Interbike Pedals

Interbike Mtbr

Xpedo GFX Neo Clipless Pedal

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. While the GFX uses an aluminum body, the Neo uses a similarly shaped nylon platform that’s slightly lighter and more cost effective to make. Claimed weight for the Neo is 440g, which is 28gg less than the regular GFX. Price is yet to be announced. For more info, visit www.xpedo.com.

HT Supreme

The Supreme isn’t just Martin Söderström’s favorite pedal, it’s become a go to for Brett Rheeder, too.

HT Supreme

The Supreme pedal was developed in conjunction with slopestyle phenom Martin Söderström. It has a concave platform, 10 pins per side, and a 100x100x16.6mm platform. Claimed weight is 368g. Price is $120. For more info, visit www.ht-components.com.

Crankbrothers Stamp

The Stamp 3 retails for $100 and features the same overall layout as the original Stamp (now renamed the Stamp 7), but costs $50 less.

Crankbrothers Stamp

Crankbrothers is expanding their Stamp family of flat pedals to include more affordable and premium offerings. The pedals are now available at four different price points, starting at $80 and topping out at $300. To learn more about Crankbrothers’ newest offerings, check out Mtbr’s coverage here.

Shimano Saint Clipless Pedal

Whether you prefer flats or clips, Shimano has you covered.

Bonus: Shimano Pedals

Shimano was also displaying three new flat pedals and a Saint level SPD. For more info on those goods, check out our in depth post here.

This article is part of Mtbr’s coverage of the 2017 Interbike trade show in Las Vegas. For more from Interbike CLICK HERE.

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