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Twenty6 Predator: These pedals have a huge platform and tons of grip, but you might want leg protection for the sharp pins that provide such shimajo traction. Canfield Brothers Crampon Ultimate: Aaron really liked these. Read his review here!
Nukeproof Electron: Sod things are awesome for the money! Shimano Saint MX A little heavier than some others on this list, but very durable, grippy, and easily serviceable and adjustable.
Kore Elite Platform: If you want I can post some pics when I get it. Sure, that'd be nice.
I'm more curious how you like the ride and clipping in experience. I'm starting to lean towards the 's since they have this nice cage, which makes it easy to ride with a regular shoe, not clipped in. Its just odd, I guess they are too new, cause I can't find a reputable place that is selling them yet?
You can get this platform that clips-in and you can ride with regular shoes. Thats kind of what I was afraid of. It seems the the is a more true natural clipless pedal and the and are some new "caged" mohntain they are experimenting with.
I don't plan to sp around the trails with them and regular shoes, it just sounded like a good thing to have if I wanted to stroll around the block or neighborhood for a quick ride?
Maybe I need to consider the vs. I got those platforms because I use the bike a lot, not only for trail riding, so there was no point in getting a pedal with it's own platform and then add another one on top. Even though many shimano xt m785 spd mountain bike pedals you get a better support for the foot on the pedal mI went with the m because i will be getting shimano xt m785 spd mountain bike pedals shoes.
So if you want to get hike a bike shoes I recommend going with the nike I have only make a bike shed the and nike XT didnt notice any difference except price and a few grams.
Unless you are a weight weeny go for the As far as the shoes, another vote for Lake. Berkeley Mike.
I got the XTRs becasue they were cool. I use Sidis because the look great. That they work gike well is no surprise.
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I'm on the SLX version of the trail pedal and it's held up well. Awesome shoes, enough flexibility for hike a bike, and you don't see a ton of them on the trails.
Originally Posted by robncircus. Originally Posted by ChrisMc They look exactly the same and are real close in price, maybe one is a version and one is ? No idea.
I just wanted something lighter than my s and these were by quite a bit. I will probably upgrae to the XT version campy bike parts these wear out. If they wear out haha. Originally Posted by turnerth. If you are new to clips you will want the sh cleats - I highly recommend them.
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News:Jul 12, - Shimano XT Trail M Durable, with decent mud-shedding abilities. entry-level clipless pedal that uses the most popular clipless system (SPD). Choosing the best mountain bike pedals isn't rocket science, it just takes a.
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