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    Pedals

    I have had a hard time this year keeping my pedals clear of snow/ice build up so I started looking around for new petals. Has anyone used the Canfield Pedals? Looks like they would do a great job as there is absolutely no shelfs for snow to rest on. Any winter reviews would be appreciated.

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    Wow.

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    These petals appear clear of snow and ice. Aesthetically pleasing, too.

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    Highly recommended.

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    Thanks Guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllMountin' View Post
    These petals appear clear of snow and ice. Aesthetically pleasing, too.

    Highly recommended.
    Nice, but these are less likely to jam with snow IMO:
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    Peddle: the process of propelling your bike forward.
    Pedal: the thing you push or spin to peddle your bike.
    Petal: Part of a flower, something you should stop and smell on any great bike.

    Personally, I find that the best flowers for shedding snow are are early blooming bulb varieties like daffodils and crocuses. :cool:
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    HAHA petals! The Canfield PEDALS are excellent. They shed snow and grip really well I have them on all my bikes. Snow and slush have never been a problem....go for it

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    I have wellgo mg-1 and like them. No issue, as my bike is either moving or indoors. I guess if left outside U could see an issue, but I have not had any
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