Mountain Bike Pedals Reviews

Mountain Bike Reviews - OneUp Components Aluminium Pedal 2019
Mountain Bike Reviews - OneUp Components Aluminium Pedal 2019
OneUp Components Aluminium Pedal

OneUp, know for making products that shake things up a bit and illicit thoughts of 'I wish I'd thought of that', now have a pretty large range of products. One of their more 'standard' products is their flat pedal which offers up grip, reliability and innovation in a fine-looking package. At 115mm by 105mm, they offer up a large platform…

Pedals
2019
Mountain Bike Reviews - FUNN Ripper Pedals 2018
Mountain Bike Reviews - FUNN Ripper Pedals 2018
FUNN Ripper Pedals

The Ripper is Funn’s latest clip-in pedal to hit the scene and replaces the Mamba as their go-to twin sided platform, the Mamba being now sold as a one-sided clip-in pedal. With vital feedback coming from rowdy pro downhill riders such as Phill Atwill, Funn has come up with a more race-focused platform pedal with an emphasis on more shoe…

Pedals
2018
Mountain Bike Reviews - DMR Bikes V-Twin Pedal 2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - DMR Bikes V-Twin Pedal 2017
DMR Bikes V-Twin Pedal

The DMR V-Twin is a super stylish clipless pedal, taking the well-known and trustworthy clip-in system to a new level of style and functionality. This is the first ever clip-less pedal from DMR, the British company with a background in dirt jumping and an iconic range of flat pedals, including the renowned V8, V12 and Vault. They have taken their…

Pedals
2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - Nukeproof Horizon CL 2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - Nukeproof Horizon CL 2017
Nukeproof Horizon CL

Nukeproof's new Horizon CL is their first foray into the world of clip pedals and as you would expect, contains plenty of DNA from their well respected flat pedals. As is the way for gravity style pedals, these aim to give your foot a better platform while clipped in, combining the security of a clip, with the 'feel' of a…

Pedals
2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - CrankBrothers mallet E 2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - CrankBrothers mallet E 2016
CrankBrothers mallet E

The rise of enduro continues unabated, and with enduro specific parts coming out left, right and centre, Crank Brothers obviously decided it was time for the Mallet 'E'. Taking the best bits from the classic Mallet DH, and then slimming it down a bit and refining the metal work to give a sleeker looking package. They obviously retain the classic…

Pedals
2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - Hope Technology F20 Flat Pedals 2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - Hope Technology F20 Flat Pedals 2016
Hope Technology F20 Flat Pedals

The F20 has been around for a while now, in a typical Hope 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it' style. True to form these pedals are CNC machined out of a good solid lump of aluminium giving a ridged finish with a slightly concave shape to the body. The pedals run on three cartridge bearings and one bush all…

Pedals
2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - Nukeproof Horizon Sam Hill 2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - Nukeproof Horizon Sam Hill 2016
Nukeproof Horizon Sam Hill

As the name would suggest, these pedals have been designed with the rider who is undoubtedly the king of flats; Sam Hill. This is a man who knows a thing or two about riding flats, and as such these platforms from Nukeproof have been put together to create the best possible pedal. More than just a signature on the pedal, they…

Pedals
2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - N8tive Noax Pedal 2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - N8tive Noax Pedal 2016
N8tive Noax Pedal

Thüringen (Germany) based parts company N8tive are fairly new to the industry, but bring along an extensive know-how into innovative design and construction thanks to previous time spent in motocross parts and components. Their Noax pedal is a flat pedal which stands out from the crowd thanks to its unique low profile high-tensile forged aluminium pedal body. Unlike most flat…

Pedals
2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - Spank Bikes SPOON 110 Pedal 2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - Spank Bikes SPOON 110 Pedal 2016
Spank Bikes SPOON 110 Pedal

Spank Industries are a company who obviously think outside the box a little. If we all get to choose between different sizes of bikes or clothing, why shouldn’t we have a variety of pedal sizes to choose from? Using a good level of logic they have introduced the new Spank SPOON pedals, which come in three different widths: 90, 100,…

Pedals
2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - ANVL Components Tilt Pedal  2014
Mountain Bike Reviews - ANVL Components Tilt Pedal  2014
ANVL Components Tilt Pedal

Born from the Pacific Northwest in the US ANVL components are relatively new on the scene but have a pedigree that goes way back to the dawn of biking. Each component they make has been meticulously researched, sketched, and designed with hardcore riding in mind. Using the most advanced materials and manufacturing process available they have created the Tilt pedal…

Pedals
2014
Mountain Bike Reviews - DMR Bikes Brendog Pedal  2013
Mountain Bike Reviews - DMR Bikes Brendog Pedal  2013
DMR Bikes Brendog Pedal

Weight: 403 Grams Brendan Fairclough needs no , and on the World Cup circuit he epitomises flat pedal riding with his effortless style. In 2010, after much development with the man himself, DMR released the Vault pedal. They were a runaway success and their large surface area combined with a low profile won over many riders. As a way to…

Pedals
2013
Mountain Bike Reviews - Superstar Components Ultra Mag CNC Ti Axle Pedals  2012
Mountain Bike Reviews - Superstar Components Ultra Mag CNC Ti Axle Pedals  2012
Superstar Components Ultra Mag CNC Ti Axle Pedals

Normally when you go shopping on the Superstar site, you get a warm fuzzy feeling of getting a bit of a bargain. These pedals however aren’t cheap and cheerful, far from it! They retail at £109.98, which for a flat pedal is a bit extreme. But if I tell you they weigh in at just 260grams for the pair, I…

Pedals
2012
Mountain Bike Reviews - DMR Bikes Vault Pedals  2012
Mountain Bike Reviews - DMR Bikes Vault Pedals  2012
DMR Bikes Vault Pedals

DMR have long been associated with high performance bike parts and through various models (V8’s, V12’s) have established a strong reputation when it comes to the all-important point of contact that are your pedals. Since 1995 their range of products has been expanded from 1 to around 100. These now cover a wide range of riding styles but design and…

Pedals
2012
Mountain Bike Reviews - Superstar Components CNC Nano Tech Flats  2010
Mountain Bike Reviews - Superstar Components CNC Nano Tech Flats  2010
Superstar Components CNC Nano Tech Flats

Weight: 448grams Pedals are a really important part of your ride; along with the bars and saddle they make up the three contact points of your bike. A good pedal needs to offer a stable platform, stay in place for those foot-off-foot-on moments and give you plenty of grip. The Nano Tech Flats from Superstar certainly look the part, available…

Pedals
2010
Mountain Bike Reviews - Answer Products Rove FR Pedals  2010
Mountain Bike Reviews - Answer Products Rove FR Pedals  2010
Answer Products Rove FR Pedals

Weight: 467g The Rove FR pedals from Answer feature a steel axel, cartridge bearings and are cast from a 6061 series alloy. They certainly look beefy and strong enough to stand the test of time. The wide platform features a concave deck to allow maximum grip for your foot and 10 hex studs on each side should ensure you don’t…

Pedals
2010
Mountain Bike Reviews - Superstar Components CNC Nano Tech Flats  2010
Mountain Bike Reviews - Superstar Components CNC Nano Tech Flats  2010
Superstar Components CNC Nano Tech Flats

We tested these back in Issue 5, and loved them then, the Nano Techs offer a huge stable platform for riding on and plenty of grip. Just what we were looking for! We opted for the snazzy red colour to match the red on the Scratch; it is all about the pimping after all! They offer excellent value for money…

Pedals
2010
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