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    Flat pedal options

    Anyone find any good flat pedals that fit kits feet?

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    We got some of the 160g ebay RockBros that work pretty well. The dimensions are about 3 1/4" square. The pins are arranged close enough that even smaller feet should hit 4 of them at all times. - These ones: ROCKBROS MTB Bicycle Magnesium Pedals Platform CNC Titanium Axle 9 16" Black | eBay

    They were about $25 on ebay for the ti version, but we had to bid on a few auctions to get them at that price, something like $50 for the BIN ones.

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    my 10 year old uses shimano saint pedals

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    AEST pedals - look awesome, super light, durable and inexpensive.

    AEST Pedals, Magnesium Pedal, AEST Oil Slick Pedals

    We have the ones which look sort of like a butterfly. My son loves them - his are blue with red pins. The oil slick ones look amazing.

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    My son really likes his Answer mini's on his race bike, he has yet to slip on them.

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