Straitline AMP Flat Pedal

Average User Rating: (Mediocre)
Straitline AMP
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Not as good as you'd think

The Good:

They're shiny
TI axle

The Bad:

I've had these pedals for about 3 years now and in those 3 years I've hated every minute of them. I shelled out the big bucks for the TI axle so I figured I'd tough it out.
The biggest issue for me anyways is the height of the actual axle itself across the pedal. It's raised just high enough to feel. It does make for uncomfortable footing. I ride with a pair of five ten free riders in a 10.5 size and I find for a flat I'm constantly adjusting my feet. I never really feel secure my feet are never stuck to the pedal. Granted they have stood the test of time over countless rock strikes and maintaining them is easy. It's just a simple set of washers to switch in and out. But I can't get over the feeling of not being sure footed on my pedals

Overall Review:

Overall I'd recommend these for somone with a smaller shoe size. If you're a size 10 and up go for a wider based pedal. For the money they aren't worth the discomfort.


Product Straitline AMP Flat Pedal
Riding Type Trail
Body Material Aluminum
Body Material Details Aluminum
Bearing Type IGUS IGLIDE bearing and bushing
Spindle Spec Chromoly or Titanium
Pin Spec 9 HEX pins per face
Colors Black, blue, red, green, black, and orange
  • 0 lb 11.9 oz (336 g)
  • 0 lb 9.7 oz (276 g)
Miscellaneous 93mm x 103mm pedal body platform
24mm thickness including pins
5mm pin height
10 minute rebuild
  • $121.75
  • $190.03
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