Wellgo MG-1 Flat Pedal

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    “Start looking tatty fast”

    The Good:

    Light, grippy

    The Bad:

    look really nice out of the box, after a few weeks they just start looking really tatty (or at least mine do, they're the grey ones)

    Overall Review:

    if you aren't bothered about how pretty they look, go for it as they do the job

    “Great for cheap pedals”

    The Good:

    Light with great grip, inexpensive.

    The Bad:

    Can be damaged on rock hits, thin pedals are all the rage right now and these are not as thin as others.

    Overall Review:

    I have two pair of these pedals, got first pair for the XC bike when to poor to buy new clipless and was surprised by how much I liked them. Bought a send pair for my DJ bike that came with 50/50's, I found that the 50/50's were twice as heavy and had less grip ! The MG1's survived 70 days of indoor MTB park riding this winter doing the jump lines all day with a 200 lbs rider. Will not be switch back to clipless anytime soon, love the MG-1's.

    Overall Review:

    I have two pair of these pedals, got first pair for the XC bike when to poor to buy new clipless and was surprised by how much I liked them. Bought a send pair for my DJ bike that came with 50/50's, I found that the 50/50's were twice as heavy and had less grip ! The MG1's survived 70 days of indoor MTB park riding this winter doing the jump lines all day with a 200 lbs rider. Will not be switch back to clipless anytime soon, love the MG-1's.

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    Vital MTB member stevehailer
    5083 stevehailer http://p.vitalmtb.com/photos/users/5083/avatar/c50_89527610_1288286159.jpg?1290165021 http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/stevehailer,5083/all 10/28/10 http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/stevehailer,5083/setup 4 5 2

    “Fine for XC and light trail work.”

    The Good:

    Very light, very grippy, good bearings, good pins.

    The Bad:

    Magnesium gets damaged easily.

    Overall Review:

    These pedals are ideal for XC, trail and light AM, and I would use them for road commuting and street too. However for AM/FR/DH especially in rocky terrain they can get damaged easily as magnesium is very soft

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    Vital MTB member ZMC888
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    “avoid at all cost”

    The Good:

    light, cheap

    The Bad:

    dangerously weak

    Overall Review:

    I took these out and the body broke in half on the first ride. If all you care about is weight, great. If you care at all about durability or safety, look elsewhere.

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    Vital MTB member w00dy
    1911 w00dy http://p.vitalmtb.com/photos/users/1911/avatar/c50_89493220_1265697558.jpg?1290154967 http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/w00dy,1911/all 02/08/10 2 12 15 12

    “If you can get the cheap, do it.”

    The Good:

    Light wieght sealed Pins are screwed in from top, not through the body

    The Bad:

    A little thick.

    Overall Review:

    Although not as thin as some pedals, still one of the best deals. I love the pins. When they get damaged you can still unscrew them without damaging the body threads. You may have to use pliers but thats better than having to cut damaged pins just take them out and risk ruining the body threads. For example the trailmix pedals.

    Overall Review:

    Although not as thin as some pedals, still one of the best deals. I love the pins. When they get damaged you can still unscrew them without damaging the body threads. You may have to use pliers but thats better than having to cut damaged pins just take them out and risk ruining the body threads. For example the trailmix pedals.

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    Vital MTB member djjazzy
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    Specifications

    Riding Type Trail, Freeride, Downhill, Dirt Jump / Urban
    Body Material Magnesium
    Bearing Type Sealed/ DU Bushing
    Spindle Spec Cro-Mo
    Pin Spec Replaceable Pins
    Colors White, Black, Grey, Red, Silver
    Weight

    0 lb 13.3 oz (376 g)

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    Price $59.99
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