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    New question here. Flat pedals for my SS

    Any recommendations for flat pedals for my SS??

    I happily ride with Time ATACs but would like to pick up some flats for a change of pace and to improve my bike handling (I think I am too reliant on clipless pedals when bunny hopping).

    Thanks

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    I've been digging the Primo Super Tenderizers I put on my bikes. They are cheap to boot. Get them at danscomp.com.

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    I run these from Nashbar on my commuter... cheap, durable, and spinning smooth for over a year.

    http://www.nashbar.com/profile.cfm?c...rand=&sku=8042

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    I've used both the Aircorp and Trail King models from Atomic Lab. Probably the nicest flats I've ridden. The Corps only lasted two seasons (my fault) but the Kings are going strong three seasons running. However, my favorites have to be these straight out of Brroklyn, and I'm not talkin' 'bout those new Taiwanese ones either.
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    Syncros Mental Pedal SS

    (The SS can mean single speed, if ya want! But, it refers to stainless steel...)
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    Crupi Pro Square

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    Wellgo Mags

    Quote Originally Posted by Gears?
    Any recommendations for flat pedals for my SS??

    I happily ride with Time ATACs but would like to pick up some flats for a change of pace and to improve my bike handling (I think I am too reliant on clipless pedals when bunny hopping).

    Thanks
    I say go with the wellgo magnesium platforms, cheap-availible in unsealed for about 20-30$ or sealed for $45or $50 , also sold thru supergo as a weyless pedal, light weight (slightly lighter than the new DX from shimano-which cost too much)'Atom labs are nice, but quite pricey$85if you find a good sale-$90-$120 or so usually

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