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#2 out of 75 Flat Pedals
Brand: Shimano



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  • Billy Burton
    ****

    Pros
    Sturdy and well made
    Pins and very secure and adjustable

    Cons
    A little heavy

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  • Evo23L
    *****

    If you dont care about weight, these pedals are great especially in muddy conditions

    Pros
    Sturdy
    Pins really grab your footware

    Cons
    a little on the heavy side

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  • axxman
    *****

    Great pedals

    Pros
    Robust looks good size

    Cons
    Little heavy

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  • gregzbobo
    *****

    Excellent bullet-proof flat for pretty much anyone who isn't interested in clipless but wants a good sticky grip on the pedals.

    Pros
    Stick like Velcro
    Strong
    Well built
    Rebuildable

    Cons
    Heavy

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  • spc7669
    *****

    These are a huge step up from stock pedals. The platform feels nice and wide. The studs seem to grip well and spares are provided.

    Pros
    Sturdy, grippy, thin, nicely finished

    Cons
    According to what I've read they are considered heavy. As a new rider, I haven't noticed.

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  • sevenhelmet
    ****

    Recommended for anyone looking for an inexpensive upgrade to the cheap plastic pedals many bikes are sold with.

    Pros
    Strong
    Good Grip
    Adjustable Pins

    Cons
    Heavy

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  • zionman
    *****

    Pros
    Best most durable flat pedals
    Super sticky
    Bombproof

    Cons
    None

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  • pikletreestem
    *****

    For an alternative to clip in pedals or straps.

    Pros
    Feet stick to pedals better than any other pedal, Light weight

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  • Johnsonmichael527
    *****

    I highly recommend these pedals as an alternative to clip in pedals

    Pros
    These pedals are a great alternative to clip ins. They are designed for downhill racing so you they are designed to hold your foot to the pedal. They have washers under the medal studs however I haven't had a need to remove the washers yet. My feet are stuck like glue to the pedals. The only suggestion I can make to make sure your shoes have a smooth sole on the them. That gives the pedals more surface to grab onto.

    Cons
    None so far

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  • vandalwolf
    *****

    Loves these pedals perfect grip and smooth pedaling. I ride in extremely rocky areas and have struck these to all heck and back and they are still going strong.

    Pros
    Grippy
    Smooth
    Small profile

    Cons
    Zero

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  • Syd Patricio
    *****

    Keeping in mind these are flat pedals and with that, a bit more weight, the Saint pedals hold up great and take a beating without falling apart. I enjoy the Saint pedals. For ultimate grip go with all pins in, at full lenght!

    Pros
    Adjustable grip by varying the pin height and amount of pins.
    Easily serviceable and adjustable.

    Cons
    none

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  • beach_boy86
    ****

    If you don't mind a couple of extra grams, the new Saint MX80's are a no brainer for the price. Bearings are not sealed but the entire spindle unit is. This is not something to be concerned about as it just makes rebuilding a bit more time consuming.

    For my money's worth I would buy them again.

    Pros
    - Thin profile
    - Large platform
    - Adjustable and rear installing pins
    - Adjustable pedal preload
    - Reasonable price
    - Easily rebuilt

    Cons
    - Developed small amount of play
    - Loose style bearing (not sealed)

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