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    New pedals?

    Along with new grips, most likely ODI Ruffians, I am in the market for some nice new pedals. I want platforms with a good amount of grip but that wont rape my calf or shin if a bash comes along. Nothing too expensive either. Any suggestions?

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    Ever slip a pedal and slam into the seat? That little thing would disappear until I later got to the ER.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heals120
    Along with new grips, most likely ODI Ruffians, I am in the market for some nice new pedals. I want platforms with a good amount of grip but that wont rape my calf or shin if a bash comes along. Nothing too expensive either. Any suggestions?

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    azonic a-frames are outstanding

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    Quote Originally Posted by RTM
    azonic a-frames are outstanding

    mhm mhm mhm
    2nd for a-frames

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    Kona Jack Shits.


    Concaved so comfy feel on your foot unlike flatter pedals. Outstanding grip.

    Crazy good bearings.

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    Kona Jackshit Primos, Jackshit if you're on a budget. For even more grip, you can fit it with Woodman Spike replacement pins. Truvativ Holzfeller pedals are also outstanding.

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    Most platform pedals will leave a pretty good mark in your shins anyway....More grip, the less chance it will happen.
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    5050's.
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    I really like the look of the 5050's. I would like the blue and silver. I hope I'll be rippin up the trails and not my shin's with those ones.
    Quote Originally Posted by Internal14
    Ever slip a pedal and slam into the seat? That little thing would disappear until I later got to the ER.

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    Odyssey Cilenskis are really nice.

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    I just got some 5050xx's and so far I'm liking them. Very grippy and comfortable.

    Much better than my old V12's.

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    I've got some used Diamondback magnesium pedals that i got for $15. I like them.
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    5050xx should do the trick

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    The TBC(transition bike company) pedals are awsome!
    Opportunity awaits those that are worthy....
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    another vote for the Azonic A-FRAME

    I also like the F.U.N.N. pedals, they are HUGE and grip like glue.

    on the cheap side the Wellgo B-57 ROCKS
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    easton flatboys are awesome...light weight and although they don't look like they have a ton of pins, they have insane grip. the tioga mx something or others also suit me well on my HT.

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    The 5050s are cool, but I don't know about the 2 piece thing. Check out the welgo B27s, the speedplays, or the syncros. They all RULE. As well invest in some 510 impact shoes.
    Pump Tracks Are Rad!!!!

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    syncros stainless stell mentals
    Looking for a 7.87 x 2.25mm shock, any brand any age that runs well!! cheap would be appreciated!

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    dont suggest pedals before you ride them.
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