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Brand: Crank Brothers



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  • No1InParticular
    ***

    These are great for winter rides where you might be on and off often and need to clear snow and debris, but otherwise the stronger platform and better connection of either Candys or SPDs are better for your money.

    Pros
    Mud/snow/ice/dirt shedding is unmatched, lightweight, easy in/out

    Cons
    Not a solid connection, can create hot points, can be hard to find with your cleat

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  • talt01
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    I ran these for about 6 months and they were the easiest pedals on knees that i used because of the float. down side to that was I felt like my foot was going to unclip at any given moment. After these I switched to flats and haven't looked back

    Pros
    Mud and snow shedding
    light
    4 sided clip in

    Cons
    non existent platform
    extreme float

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  • Austin Harper
    **

    Pros
    Lightweight, nice looking.

    Cons
    No platform for tech and without spread pressure I got hotspots near the cleat after only a few miles. Hotspots I never got in other systems.

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  • C-Lo   ✓ supporter
    ****

    High recommended.

    Pros
    Great pedals, very strong, light weights, keep you connected to the bike. don't hold mud, and easy to clean

    Cons
    Pedal can be hard to get in and out of at times. You have to plan ahead if you want to get out of the pedals. Non-adjustable tension

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  • jhart94949
    ****

    I recommend these for someone who is learning how to ride clipped in, they are east to get in and out of.

    Pros
    Ability to get in and out, mud shedding , easy to rebuild

    Cons
    Not great if you ever want to just ride around the neighborhood without wearing MTB shoes.

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  • JBX
    ****

    Pros
    solid connection with the bike, light, no mud issues

    Cons
    occationally tough to engage

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  • heckmanlloyd
    *****

    I bought these at a bike swap meet for 5 bucks. For that money I have nothing to complain about.

    Pros
    Mud Shedding, lightweight

    Cons
    Not meant for riding with sandals (joking)

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  • dozzerboy
    *****

    Don't complain about rock strikes with these! Pedals are used to spin the cranks, They aren't called bash guards.

    Pros
    Sheds mud
    Lightweight
    Cool colors
    Float

    Cons
    None

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  • jtorlando25
    *****

    I prefer flats over clipless but these are my favorite clipless pedals.

    Pros
    -Very small and light
    -Shed mud quickly
    -Indestructible so far
    -Heavy spring means staying connected to the bike

    Cons
    -If you over think it, it feels odd to stand and mash on these because of the small footprint

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  • treky92
    ****

    Nice pedal, but the tiny pedal is more suited for road riding with very stiff carbon soled shoes.

    Pros
    Light, predicable release, shed mud, four sides to clip in

    Cons
    Small

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  • oneeyeredeye
    ****

    probably a better road pedal

    Pros
    very durable

    Cons
    not much platform when dropping

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  • crash1
    ***

    I think they'll be good once I get used to them.

    Pros
    light

    Cons
    have a hard time clipping in , maybe need to adjust....

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  • cynergy68
    ****

    I love Crank Brothers. If I had it to do again Id buy Candy or Acid pedals because there is more of a platform to stand on if you're not clicked in

    Pros
    They are light and durable. Great for road riding. I've smacked them off rocks and roots and logs and they take the abuse. Sheds mud and sand very well.

    Cons
    Sometimes I have trouble clicking in while the bike is in a granny gear, it seems like it needs more resistence. At times when cornering it will hit the ground, it seems that it is "higher" than other pedals

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  • DB4LYall
    *****

    Pros
    Great pedal for light trail riding. I tried to ride these on technical trail and it fills like they will come through the shoe off of jumps. I put these on my road bike and love them

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