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Race Face Aeffect Flat Pedal

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Good mid level option

Rating:
The Good:

They are reasonably light.

good grip.


A good size for smaller or average shoes.

they're tough. I've had numerous pedal strikes riding here in rocky PA and they've shrugged them all off with barely any real scratches.

The Bad:

It may be my shoes, my foot position or a random thing but my arch muscles sometimes cramp whereas with my older heavy man eating bmx pedals I never had that. Not often but annoying. I don't know if it's entirely the pedal however.

Overall Review:

These are a good choice for those who can't or won't spend $150+ on flats. I got these for around $80 on sale. I am very happy with them. I took a chance and scored in my book.

I'd get these again but I doubt I will have to for a good long while.

Specifications

Product Race Face Aeffect Flat Pedal
Riding Type Trail, Freeride / Bike Park, Downhill, Dirt Jump / Slopestyle
Body Material Aluminum
Body Material Details 6061-T6 Aluminum
Bearing Type Cartridge bearings and DU bushings
Spindle Spec Chromoly steel
Pin Spec 20 SHCS hex traction pins per pedal
Colors Black, Blue, Red
Weight 0 lb 13.2 oz (375 g)
Miscellaneous Introducing the Æffect pedal. Thin platform, concave aluminum body with bottom-loading pins. Shorter spindle design shaves weight making it perfect for trail bikes while the chromoly axle and bottom loading hex traction pins ensure it can take abuse and perform double duty on your DH rig. Hidden grease access port allows for on bike maintenance.
Price $119.99
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