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  • Renthal Revo-F Flat Pedal Review
  • Ben_Haworth
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    The Renthal Revo-F is the Bredbury brand’s first pedal. The fact that it has come out with one is simultaneously surprising and unsurprising.

    By ben_haworth

    Get the full story here:

    https://singletrackworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/renthal-revo-f-flat-pedal-review/

    rootes1
    Full Member

    any proper comment on dimensions? comparison in size to other known pedals, Hope and Deity are mentioned but are these bigger / small than those? suitability for those with big feet? Saying not too big/small is not really that much help.

    What size feet does Ross have?

     

    They look to be a decent offset from the crank which is good  for clearance.

     

    I think for pedals be great to have a comparator like this one for bars:

    https://whatbars.com/

     

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    davosaurusrex
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    100L x 104W according to the listing on Merlin.

    Large Wolf tooth Waveform are a bit bigger at 112 x 106, assume that’s L x W. However Wolf Tooth have gone for a very narrow Q factor and Renthal have gone the opposite way.

    My knees are creaking, pain is on the insides which I understand might be linked to too wide a stance, was thinking of investing in some Wolf Tooths but my inclination is a wide stance is better for control and I really don’t like smacking my ankles on the cranks! Had Chromag Daggas on a bike that was nicked, which I loved (size 47 feet) but I’d rather reduce the knee pain if I can

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    Ben_Haworth
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    Tricky to do a useful size comparison because platform size is one thing but it’s arguably the pin-to-pin area that is more telling. We’ll see if we can round up some popular flatties and take some pics/measurements etc.

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    rootes1
    Full Member

    Tricky to do a useful size comparison because platform size is one thing but it’s arguably the pin-to-pin area that is more telling.

    also offset from crank also important for those with big feet – there are plenty of larger size pedals ruined by have no offset from the crank.

    rootes1
    Full Member

    Large Wolf tooth Waveform are a bit bigger at 112 x 106, assume that’s L x W. However Wolf Tooth have gone for a very narrow Q factor and Renthal have gone the opposite way.

    yer – very close run to the cranks (bit pointless I think) – I did a quick overlay (using their photos) when they came out to add some axles and dims

    waveform-Model

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    kelvin
    Full Member

    also offset from crank also important

    Agreed… no point having a big platform and lots of pins when a lot of that is inboard of your feet.

    rootes1
    Full Member

    if you could get drawings from manufacturers when be simple to do an online comparator

    Marko
    Full Member

    I assume at that price these are UK made?

    davosaurusrex
    Full Member

    Think I’m just better off trying to find another pair of hen’s teeth Daggas and consciously putting my feet close in. Good job I run cheapo cranks!

    Bikeradar review says the Renthals aren’t ideal for big feet

    chakaping
    Full Member

    I assume at that price these are UK made?

    If they’re not pushing it in the marketing, then I’d assume not.

    davosaurusrex
    Full Member

    Well I got some large Waveforms, discount code from Saddleback made them more palatable if not sensible. The usable platform isn’t 112 long, that’s with the offset to the other side. The actual platform size is 102L by 104W, annoys me when manufacturers do that. My Unites are 104L by 100W, wider Q factor though so really naff all in it. The Wolf Tooths are works of art but I dunno that the extra concavity and narrow Q factor (which may not even be a good thing) is worth the outlay, might send them back.

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