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Eastern Alloy & Magnesium Flat Pedal

Average User Rating: (Very Good)
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Midschool goodness

The Good:

Good grip, durable, looks good

The Bad:

Big, clunky, unsealed

Overall Review:

If you need a pair of pedals for cheap these aren't a bad option. But there are so many better choices out there today... I use these on a midschool build of mine. They suit it perfectly.


The Good:

Colors, price

The Bad:

BIG, not low profile, HEAVY

Overall Review:

I have owned the sealed and ball bearing alloys. I used them mostly with skate shoes. The ball bearing models would break about every other month but they were on street bikes so that is to be expected. Sealed lasted much longer. The big body can take a beating but is bulky and the dual concave design lends itself to soft skate shoes. When they are on a park bike with the softer sole shoe my feet took a beating. My 5.10's didn't bend to the shape as well as my other shoes. Grip is good and price is good. There are similarly priced, more modern pedals out there that would probably be a better choice.


Product Eastern Alloy & Magnesium Flat Pedal
Riding Type Trail, Freeride / Bike Park, Downhill, Dirt Jump / Slopestyle
Body Material Aluminum
Body Material Details Aluminum or Magnesium Available
Bearing Type Sealed or Unsealed Bearing Available
Spindle Spec 9/16" Heat Treated Chromoly
Pin Spec Allen Adjustable, Includes Extra Pins & Allen Wrench for Custom Pedal Traction
Colors Black, Blue, Purple, Red, White, Gold
  • 1 lb 7 oz (652 g)
  • 1 lb 2 oz (510 g)
Miscellaneous Original True Dual-Concave Design w/ Knurled Surface
Price N/A
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