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Base Flat Pedals

Give yourself a platform to stand on with e*thirteen's Base Flat Pedals. These lightweight, composite pedals are built to handle your ride anywhere from rowdy enduro trails, to casual commutes, and host twenty-two adjustable and removable pins for tactile grip on your kicks. A range of color options lets you pick the pedal that best matches your steed, so you can ride in style from trail to tarmac.

  • A light composite pedal built to handle it all
  • Tough platform can take bashes with rocks and roots
  • Sleek bearings keep things spinning smoothly
  • 22-adjustable pins for a tactile grip to your shoes
  • Item #ETR002Z

Material
composite
Removable Pins
22
Recommended Use
commuting, downhill

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>Rating: 4

Great Pedals

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
n/a
Height
6` 0"
Weight
190 lbs

I've run these pedals for about three weeks now and have had mostly positive experiences. The pedals themselves hold up great to crashes and bashing into rocks and roots, and the screws provide excellent grip during maneuvers. The bearings are super well built and after switching them from my old bike to a new one, don't appear to have any contaminants inside the shaft or any fouling in the bearings themselves. Would compare to RF Chesters. Now the bad. As with any platform with metal screws, these will absolutely EAT your flesh if you lose the pedal on a jump or crash and don't bail soon enough. That's not a problem endemic to THESE pedals specifically, but I was unaware of how badly these type of pedals mangle your shins.

>Rating: 5

Great Entry Level Alternative to Chester

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I've ridden these pedals for about 6 months and bashed them up pretty good against all sorts of things. They've held up pretty well with no problems. Race Face Chester pretty much dominates this price point, but these pedals put up a solid offering. They have more pins per side than Chester (11 vs. 8), and are priced a little bit cheaper as well. Its available in less colors, but if you're ok with one of the colors that are offered, i'd recommend trying these out.