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    Anyone using Bebop pedals?

    I need new pedals and I've been looking at Bebop (chromoly or stainless). Great weight (yes I'm a WW) and price. Just wondering what people have to say about them now.

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    Been riding them for over ten years. Still have the original pair. Have three altogether on different bikes. I went to them from spd's after riding Speedplay pedals on the road. You get used to the float quickly and are very easy to get in and out of.

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    I've been curious about those pedals myself.

    How well do they cope with mud and grit? Do you have a sense as to whether or not they'd work okay for 'cross?
    "Don't buy upgrades; ride up grades." -Eddy Merckx

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    For the northwest you honestly could not pay me any amount of money to get me to ride bebop pedals.they jammed and I couldn't get into them, then they jammed and I couldn't get out of them. Its a poor copy of a speedplay system that was never meant to be ridden off road.

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    They are light but all the mech are under your shoes, with walking and riding it create wear on the cleats. I get stuck from time to time. You'd have better luck with eggbeater.

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