Best Flat Pedals
Sorted. Only £22 and just keep going. Well, my two sets do. 7 and 4 years old I think.Posted 6 years agoRadiomanSubscriber
There are no “best ones” but lots of quite good ones. It will be interesting to see if shimano update their DX flat pedals. For me these are classic (great bearings and easy service)but yes a bit fat plus you need to change the pins to longer ones (supplied). the DX bearings are good and can also tolerate muddy XC trail riding if looked after properly.Posted 6 years ago
I also have Nuke Proof ones that are thin light and “modern”(similar to superstar i believe). If shimano were to build some high tech “saint” pedals with their best bearings i’m sure they would be a winner.weeksySubscriber
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Sorted. Only £22 and just keep going. Well, my two sets do. 7 and 4 years old I think.
ThisPosted 6 years agozbontySubscriber
My two pennys
Wouldn’t disagree with the above recommendations but I found DX bearings fiddly to adjust and couldn’t swap to the longer pins from new so never really used them.
Have Straitlines on the mtb which are good but wear easily/require new bushes too soon(pricey)
DMR V8s on my commuter (3000 miles last year alone). Were on various bikes before. Purchased new when I worked in LBS in 1997.Posted 6 years ago
Never been serviced-they do rattle but thats a ‘security feature’ when on trains!
Name another mtb component that has had daily use without attention for 15 years!!
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