Introducing Burgtec USA 9

After using the same pair of Burgtec pedals for 4 years, Matt Thompson decided it was time to share the love by distributing Burgtec components in the U.S.A.

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  • Hesh to Steel

    3/15/2010 2:03 PM

    It's great that they're distributing directly to the US now, but it's still WAY cheaper to buy their stuff from CRC online. The shipping isn't even that much cheaper.

  • white wolf

    3/14/2010 6:58 AM

    stalkman is weird

  • k.shiz

    3/13/2010 6:05 PM

    I guess you don't need a really high quality pedal to ride dirt jumps and "urban"... unlike plowing through rocks on a downhill bike where a single pedal spike can crunch the pedal body or shear a spindle but some folks can't appreciate that fact and that's a bummer.

    If you can't see the benefits of a Burgtec pedal then just wait a few years. People who shred hard are not gentle to their pedals and for them, Burgtecs are just swell.

  • madbull666

    3/13/2010 3:57 PM

    i think the weight reduction comes from your wallet. looks like a solid product but how can they justify the cost? id take a pair of specialized lo pro mag 2's 17.5 oz and $85. (the MK3 is 19.36 with cromo spindle) i guess the extra $150 must be covering the 3 year warrenty. i think thats a bummer. nice try

  • jrlombard

    3/13/2010 3:00 PM

    Go Matty go!

  • Yuroshek

    3/13/2010 9:52 AM

    damn more like ballertec nothing on that site for under 119

  • craigglaspellphoto

    3/13/2010 9:12 AM

    This contradicts spomers advocating of his $15 odyssey pedals.

  • danennis

    3/13/2010 7:53 AM

    look awesome but $250 for a pair of pedals, seriously?

  • bizutch

    3/12/2010 5:27 PM

    I heard every pair comes with a drop of Steve Wentz own sweat!

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