Azonic A-Frame Pedal Flat Pedals Review

4.50 out of 5
Weight: 623 grams
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December 24, 2013
Pros: Even with inferior shoes on (aka boots/trail shoes/etc) these pedals have great grip. They are quite wide so you feel very secure and they put up with lots of abuse without suffering much damage (I haven't even lost one original peg after 9 years!). Even the bearings haven't failed after plenty of rain/snow rides under their belt. I can't imagine needing clip on pedals after using these.

Cons: They will absolutely tear you up if you happen to miss/slip off the pedal. Calves and shins beware!

Recommendation: Highly recommended although I see there is now a new version using different pegs, so I can't speak for how they perform.

December 12, 2012
Model/Year: 2009

Pros: These can be found for WAAAAY cheaper than the old MSRP listed on the review page. Try $30 if you find a sale. They take a beating and keep going. Easy to overhaul.

Cons: Tons of thinner and lighter options on the market now.

Recommendation: If you need a cheap pair of flats for practice, give these a go. At $35, you don't have much to lose.

August 11, 2010
Pros: sturdy construction,made to last,great grip with street shoes

Recommendation: a great all around light pedal with a sturdy quality feel

August 24, 2009
Pros: I love the removable pins, sealed cartridge bearings to keep the crap out. The concave design is great and does help with comfort. One of the greatest thing about these pedals is the availability of re-build kits.

Cons: None

Recommendation: These pedals are absolutely tough and very rugged. Work very well in all types of terrain that do stick to your shoes. Sealed cartridge bearings rock and so does the design of these babies.