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Bicycle pedals - the firm connection to the bike!

MTB platform pedals - optimal position in all driving situations

Plattform-Pedal-Shimano Bicycle pedals must generally endure a lot! You kick them, stand on them, do not nurse them and still demand a reliable service! On a MTB pedal and the crank immense forces. The pedal body rotates around the axle made of sturdy CrMo steel. High-quality bearings reduce friction and guarantee a slight concentricity of the pedals. The use of good seals ensures a long pedal life.

In addition to stability, the pedal body must offer you a good and slip-resistant grip or stand. This is achieved with platform pedals by protruding pedal pins , where it is important that the secure grip on the pedal remains in the wet. The platform pedals allow you to put the shoe in technical sections at any time or simply take the foot off the pedal when stopping.

MTB click pedals for optimum power transmission

The classics include the cage and platform pedals. The big advantage of these bike pedals is that you do not necessarily need special shoes for this. The pins or teeth offer a good grip with normal shoes, but even better with corresponding MTB shoes . These two types of bicycle pedal are not only used on enduro and DH bikes, but also in the area of dirt, trial and freestyle.

Klick-Pedal-Mallet The MTB clipless pedals, on the other hand, guarantee the best power transmission and maximum efficiency. They are the first choice not only for crosscountry but also for many downhill, all mountain and enduro riders. The adjustable release hardness allows the click pedal to be adjusted to your individual needs. Clipless pedals can only be used with cleats that are screwed under the shoes! The benefits of all pedal styles combine the less sporty click / platform pedals.

Fixie - pedals

The pedal pedals are often used on singlespeed bikes. The big advantage of these so-called bear paws is that you do not need any special road shoes. With additional pedal straps or hooks, you also have good grip on fixed rides and stand quite firmly on the pedal. Normal shoes or sneakers are no problem here. Fixie-Pedalen The clipless pedals guarantee the best transfer of leg strength and absolute pedaling efficiency during fixation. Clipless pedals are not just the first choice for road bike riders, but also for fixe and singlespeed bikers. The adjustable click-out hardness allows the pedal to be adjusted to your specific preferences. Klickies can only be driven with bicycle shoes!

Hardly any component on a bicycle is more individual than the bicycle pedal. Depending on the field of application and taste, we have different designs of the pedal body in our shop.

MTB platform pedals - optimal position in all driving situations Bicycle pedals must generally endure a lot! You kick them, stand on them, do not nurse them and still demand a reliable... read more »
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Bicycle pedals - the firm connection to the bike!

MTB platform pedals - optimal position in all driving situations

Plattform-Pedal-Shimano Bicycle pedals must generally endure a lot! You kick them, stand on them, do not nurse them and still demand a reliable service! On a MTB pedal and the crank immense forces. The pedal body rotates around the axle made of sturdy CrMo steel. High-quality bearings reduce friction and guarantee a slight concentricity of the pedals. The use of good seals ensures a long pedal life.

In addition to stability, the pedal body must offer you a good and slip-resistant grip or stand. This is achieved with platform pedals by protruding pedal pins , where it is important that the secure grip on the pedal remains in the wet. The platform pedals allow you to put the shoe in technical sections at any time or simply take the foot off the pedal when stopping.

MTB click pedals for optimum power transmission

The classics include the cage and platform pedals. The big advantage of these bike pedals is that you do not necessarily need special shoes for this. The pins or teeth offer a good grip with normal shoes, but even better with corresponding MTB shoes . These two types of bicycle pedal are not only used on enduro and DH bikes, but also in the area of dirt, trial and freestyle.

Klick-Pedal-Mallet The MTB clipless pedals, on the other hand, guarantee the best power transmission and maximum efficiency. They are the first choice not only for crosscountry but also for many downhill, all mountain and enduro riders. The adjustable release hardness allows the click pedal to be adjusted to your individual needs. Clipless pedals can only be used with cleats that are screwed under the shoes! The benefits of all pedal styles combine the less sporty click / platform pedals.

Fixie - pedals

The pedal pedals are often used on singlespeed bikes. The big advantage of these so-called bear paws is that you do not need any special road shoes. With additional pedal straps or hooks, you also have good grip on fixed rides and stand quite firmly on the pedal. Normal shoes or sneakers are no problem here. Fixie-Pedalen The clipless pedals guarantee the best transfer of leg strength and absolute pedaling efficiency during fixation. Clipless pedals are not just the first choice for road bike riders, but also for fixe and singlespeed bikers. The adjustable click-out hardness allows the pedal to be adjusted to your specific preferences. Klickies can only be driven with bicycle shoes!

Hardly any component on a bicycle is more individual than the bicycle pedal. Depending on the field of application and taste, we have different designs of the pedal body in our shop.