DEITY Bladerunner Pedal

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DEITY Bladerunner Pedal - Bronze
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Current Go To Pedal

Rating:
The Good:

Good on weight, thinness, platform size, loads of grip

The Bad:

Haven't found any yet, possibly price

Overall Review:

These pedals are my current go to pedal. Loads of grip on a good size platform, thin where it counts and I've yet to break anything even with smashing them into rocks. Have them on both the DH bike and trail bike and are super sticky with 5.10s. Price I guess is the only thing I could fault, but well worth the price.

Harrison Ford Approved

Rating:
The Good:

Pair these up with some Five Tens and these Bladerunners are sticky as hell.

The Bad:

Nothing yet.

Overall Review:

I tried to run TMACs, but they put my feet to sleep. The Bladerunners feel just as sticky, but without the discomfort. Plus they're a little cheaper.

Specifications

Product DEITY Bladerunner Pedal
Riding Type Dirt Jump / Slopestyle, Downhill, Enduro / All-Mountain, Freeride / Bike Park, Trail
Body Material Aluminum
Body Material Details Extruded and machined 6061 T6 aluminum
Bearing Type Multi micro sealed bearings and Deity DU bushing internals
Spindle Spec Stepped black polished Cr-Mo axle (compatible with 8mm allen keys or standard 15mm pedal wrench)
Pin Spec 10 allen bolt pins per side (includes an extra set of pins for back ups)
Colors High polished black, bronze, platinum, orange, red, green, blue, and purple ano with laser logos (also available in white powder coat)
Weight 0 lb 13.1 oz (370 g)
Miscellaneous 11mm profile at the exterior edges
103mm x 100mm footprint
Concave pin profile
Load distribution system to prevent bearing blowout
Machined traction grooves
Fully serviceable without requiring removal from the bike
Rebuild kits available
Price $143
More Info

www.deitycomponents.com

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