Exustar's PR1AL Pedals offer a lightweight aluminum design with a fairly narrow 82mm platform. A built-in tension gauge offers the rider precise tuning. They are Look cleat compatible and feature a CNC-machined cromoly axle. Use with three-bolt road shoes.
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