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Deity Black Kat Pedals


Pedals are underrated as contact points. Folks talk about pedal weight, efficiency, clipless or not, but they rarely bring up how they feel under foot. It's an anathema to bring...

Spank Oozy 2.0 Trail Pedals


The Spank Oozy pedal is tied with the Diety Black Kat as our favorite all around big pedal. Grippy, elegant as a big pedal gets, 100mm square body. These are...

Pedal Washers


Pedal washers are something most folks forget about when they jam pedals on a bike. But you know they’re important, cause lots of crank manufacturers send ‘em out with new...

Chromag Scarab Pedals


Big pedals from the big neighbor to the North. These are the biggest pedals we offer. If you ride in soft shoes, have big ole flippers, or just want insane...

Unior Pro Pedal Wrench


Dang. This pedal wrench is really nice. It’s like a more ergonic Park Pro pedal wrench, that comes in ketchup party red orange, AND has a bottle opener for that...

Deity Deftrap Pedals


Nylon pedals used to have a bad rap. And with some folks, I suppose they still might. But if you are on a budget, the current crop of 'premium' nylon...

Blue Lug MKS XC Bear Trap III


Unlike DOD guitar pedals, these pedals have a justified reputation for being the best. It’s an old reputation, but well founded. Suntour debuted the XC Pro pedal in the early 80’s,...

Deity T-Mac Pedals


We were able to score a few, read: Very FEW! Deity T-Mac pedals. Big, grippy, ideal for the really whatever, but we like them for riding with soft soled shoes,...

One Up Aluminum Pedals


Boy do we love us some giant platform pedals, and these are just that! Add on some big ol pedal pins, a thin profile, a chromoly spindle w/ bearing service kits, lots...

Simworks x MKS bubble pedals


The other night we were discussing the various pros and cons of 80’s and 90’s bubble gum.  We established that Bazooka Joe wasn’t funny, and that you needed at least...

Blue Lug Shark Pedal


I had a big thing written up about the Sharks and the Jets, but I lost it when I left my laptop in either a dry cleaners or an electronics...

Chromag Dagga Pedals


A common worry with platform pedals is slippage. No, the kind of slippage when you swear accidentally in front of kids, but the kind where your foot slips off the...

Ride Reverse Pedals


In Germany the Reverse pedal is called the ‘park pedal’. I like to imagine that young and old happy couples are strolling through urban parks, with picnic baskets full of...