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Shimano PD-MX80 Saint Pedals

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    Though we're typically leery of manufacturers tinkering with our favorite pieces of kit, Shimano's PD-MX80 Saint Pedals are a successful and welcome update to the classic DX Flat model. The durable aluminum body, nine adjustable traction pins, chromoly axles, and sealed bearings ensure that you'll be able to ride BMX parks like a saint and DH like a sinner. The new platform design keeps your foot closer to the axle, and the open bodies shed mud and debris like temptation rolling off the back of St. Thomas.

    • Solid alloy body absorbs park and DH abuse
    • Nine adjustable and replaceable traction pins
    • Open design for mud and debris clearance
    • Item #SHI0669

    Tech Specs

    Removable Pins
    Pedal Wrench Type
    8 mm, 15 mm
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain, downhill, freeride
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    Cheaper Metal Pedal

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These aren't what I'd call the best pedals but the best pedals will also run you another $100 on top of this price. So for the price they're pretty decent unless you want to drop the same on some plastic pedals.

    I used these all last year on my Santa Cruz Bronson and they worked nicely but definitely felt a little on the heavy side.

    There was a little wiggle in the left pedal after a few months of riding which was able to be adjusted when i took the axel out of the pedal. But if I had a ton more play then there wouldn't have been much i could have done. It looked like it was largely due to the bushing.

    Bombproof and functional

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Pretty much you get exactly what you pay for, not the lightest pedal out there, but bombproof and solid. I have them on my cross bike when I want platforms and they've been nothing but good so far. The default pin set up is fairly grippy without even removing the washers on them as well

    Great Pedal

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These are a classic! At first years ago they seemed like a super high end premium offering, one of the first "nice" platform pedals. Now they remain unchanged, still a great pedal, but somehow other pedals have become so insanely expensive that these are now a great "value." Anyway, the price on these is fair and they are a great pedal. There are some lighter, thinner, more sexy options out there for sure, but these pedals get the job done for half the price of those sexier options.

    Bearings are no good

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have two sets of these pedals, one for my wife's bike, and another for mine. After 30 rides their is significant play in the bearings. Pulling the pedal apart you can see how badly the bearings are made. The balls are held in place by a nut that keeps the hole assembly together. It looks like the pedal is designed to allow up and down play, as the bearings are only near the inner side of the pedal. The outside is a simple medal sleeve. After repeated use the sleeve appears to have worn down, allowing up and down play in the pedal.

    Replacement axles are $23 each, the same cost as buying a new set on sale. If you want pedals without up and down play, then buy something else.

    Great for bombing trails

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I used to ride with clip-ins, but when I changed from hard tails to a Giant Trance SX, decided to give these a go. I wear 510 shoes, which have great grip, and never have any problems slipping off the pedals, and have found the advantage of being able to make slight adjustments of foot position on the fly to help change my stance on the bike. I use a dropper post on the bike, so constantly changing body position on the bike, but the Saints stay solid. Works well in the wet, as well as dry.

    Shimano = quality fun

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I ride clipped for the road, but when it comes to offroad, its always been flats. These are the first pair of platforms that i've had in which the pin height is adjustable. Pedals come with washers installed at base of pins, creating a very low profile spike. Remove the washers and you get a longer DH style pin height. I expect these pedals to be quality and last the length of my AM bike.

    Put these on my wife's bike.

      Bought my wife a Giant Talon so she could get into some trail riding with me and put these on to replace the junk pedals that come with all bikes. She's ridden them a couple times and loves the feel of them. I'm positive these had saved her from slipping off the pedals a few times as she gets back into biking!

      Great pedal, with the right shoes...

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I'm a fan of this pedal, but I just wish I could wear other shoes with it. I have to wear shoes with a flat sole in order to get a good grip on the little screws. When I do wear my flat soled shoes I really enjoy the ride, but it's not a good pedal if you want to ride and hike because you'd have to wear one pair of shoes for riding and another for hiking. Just a disadvantage of circumstance, but this keeps me from giving it 5 stars.


      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Replaced stock pedals on a Cannonade Quick CX4. Only have about 200 miles on them at this point but they have been a great purchase. They are much more durable than the stock pedals they replaced and have much more grip as well.

      I would highly recommend giving the Shimano pedals a try if you are in the market for replacement flat pedals.

      Not using any special shoes and the grip is sufficient for road use and I have not lengthen the pins either. They are quite no squeaking as mentioned by others and they are available here for a great price.

      Yep - what they said

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I use these on my Carbon Tallboy ... and bought a pair for my son to use on his Tallboy as well. Great grip - I removed the spacers from one side and left them in on the other - takes a bit of getting used to but the setup gives great grip in both dry and muddy conditions. No squeakiness at ll (vs. review below). a very solid and reliable choice that's at a nice price point

      Lookin pretty grizzly

      Get all the pins put in and all the spacers taken out and these pedals start to look pretty grizzly. This is my second pair (sold the first with my last bike) and I can already speak to their durability, and never had much problem with traction even without adding pins and removing spacers.

      Lookin pretty grizzly

      These are Great!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I bought these pedals after a bad crash with my clipless pedals last year hoping to 1. regain my confidence going over features so I didn't have to worry about being locked in, and 2. I had a desire to pursue endure/downhill more aggressively.

      I'm guessing if you are here looking at reviews of downhill pedals, you already know what you are getting into, but in case you don't, I think its worth mentioning that while the pedals "grip" well with my downhill flat shoes, you still aren't going to get the lift in your cadence that you would from a clipless setup. And you are going to want a flat pair of downhill shoes (not your running shoes) to make them worthwhile.

      That being said, I have no complaints with the pedals themselves. The traction pins are adjustable which is really nice. I've banged them on rocks and haven't had any integrity issues. They are definitely really nice to have for downhill (surprise!), but they are also decent for lower grade climbs. I also don't have any complaints with them feeling any heavier than my Shimano clips system.