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  • What pedals for £60 ?
  • Premier Icon divenwob
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    New bike ordered so require a set of flat pedals,what are the stw pedals of choice for a £60 budget? MTB obvs!

    Premier Icon P-Jay
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    Two sets of Nukeproof Electrons?

    Premier Icon discapade
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    Dmr vaults mate or superstar nano

    Premier Icon cruzcampo
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    Superstar Nano tech with change.

    Premier Icon divenwob
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    Love a set of Vaults but where for £60?
    Would it be worth waiting for the Nano’s? Do we think they will be back in stock at the end of the month?

    Premier Icon pbooker1995
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    NewV12’s

    Premier Icon badllama
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    Just got a set of these as the nano’s were sold out

    Deltas

    Very nice 🙂

    Premier Icon nickharv
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    Another vote for Superstar Deltas from me.

    Premier Icon chakaping
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    Nanos can also be had from carbon cycles

    I refuse to spend more on a component I’m going to smash into lots of rocks.

    Premier Icon nathanf
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    I’ve just bought a pair of new V12s. They were £35 from Cycle Surgery. Plenty of grip and nice low profile, can’t fault them.

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    Just got a set of RSP FTWs and very impressed so far- not the biggest platform so if you’ve got shovels for feet they’re probably not ideal but I prefer them to my nanos and my vaults (they’ll replace the vaults on #1 bike). Long term, who knows though.

    Premier Icon divenwob
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    Is there any reason not to grab a pair of V12’s? I realise everyone has different tastes but I am running V8s on my fs,is there much difference?

    Premier Icon PeterPoddy
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    Specialized Bennies are £60 and very nice pedals indeed.

    Premier Icon scc999
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    Got a pair of these and prefer them to my V8’s

    http://www.superstarcomponents.com/en/el-plastique-pedals.htm

    £25 so you get to spend the other 35 quid on cakes, beer, dolly mixtures or whatever else you fancy.

    Si

    Premier Icon br
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    Where do these arbitrary budgets come from, why £60 and not £45 or £53?

    Two sets of Nukeproof Electrons?

    +1, Loctite the pins

    Premier Icon mike399
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    Nukeproof Neutrons

    Premier Icon divenwob
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    Figured I best give a top figure or be faced with Burgtec/Spank/Raceface etc at £100+

    Premier Icon stevenmenmuir
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    Bookmarked. I’m trying out flats with some free V8’s but finding them a bit small. What about Shimano Zees?

    Premier Icon chakaping
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    I’d just get a pair of these…
    http://www.carboncycles.cc/?product_code=CC-PED07F&

    Shimano Saint are good too though, often available for £35.

    Premier Icon stevenmenmuir
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    Doh, I meant saints.

    Premier Icon markrh
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    Another vote for electrons

    Premier Icon xherbivorex
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    new V12s are thinner and have a bigger platform than old ones/your V8s. if you’re happy with your V8s, then for £35 you won’t beat new V12s. they’re bang on.

    Premier Icon divenwob
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    Cheers for all of your input, I am going to go for a set of V12s and get a set of Electrons for my son, that way we get to try both,thanks again. 🙂

    Premier Icon stevomcd
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    Forget anything that doesn’t have through-pins.

    Unless you are much more technically gifted / much less clumsy than me.

    Got NukeProof Electrons last year, great pedals, had to bin them after 3 weeks because there were no pins left and all the holes were trashed.

    Got some Superstar Nano Thru-Pins which are still going after 5 or 6 seasons.

    Have just treated myself to some Hopes, which have been awesome so far (and are kind-of through-pin).

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