Hope F20 Platform Pedals
The Hope F20 is a fully CNC machined platform pedals made from 2014 T6 Aluminum alloy. Perfect for scenarios when you'd rather not clip in, the F20 features 20 replaceable pins per pedal that provide excellent traction and grip. The rock solid platform is supported by a high strength Cr-mo, heat treated axle that delivers a sturdy, flex-free feel. On the downhill course, or the commute to work, the F20 grips where it counts and looks good too!
- CNC'd 2014 T6 Aluminum construction
- High strength Cr-Mo axle
- Anodized finish
- Slightly concave shape
- Norglide bushing and 3 cartridge bearings in a fully sealed chamber
I'd give them 5 stars, but they don't grip how I like. I like small pins that get stuck in my shoes and these have fat pins. The fat pins do not stick into your sole. However, this is just a riding style preference; many riders like a pedal that doesn't stick like glue. A little machine work to the outside pins would make them a 5 star for me.
Comes with extra pins and an allen wrench.
PROS: Lightweight, Attractive Design
11 months ago
3 months ago
4 months ago
A recent new purchase of a 24" Haro freestyle bike gave the perfect excuse to try the Hope's out and see they perform. Even though these are not advertised as a BMX type pedal they have held up very well to the abuse that a suspension-less bike can dish out. I ride a local concrete skate park frequently and also at Rays MTB park. They have given me the super grip that I demand and a 'thin' design that really helps keep my feet planted even when I'm a little off on my jumping. The pins stay tight and they even toss in several extras per pedal if they ever did fall out. To make them even 'grippy'er' I ran a flat file across the top of the pins just a few times to give them a little sharper edge for even more solid shoe grip. Totally not needed but I like LOTS of grip!
All in all they have been a great purchase then I have not regret! I bought the silver version so when they start to get a few scratches on them they don't sow as well and keep that new pedal look.
PROS: Durable, Easy To Install, Lightweight, Attractive Design
BEST USES: BMX, Racing, Casual Riding, Mountain Biking, Road Biking, Upgrade
They wear with a fair amount of character. I have red and black pedals and as they scuff and wear, the AL underneath shows up with a fair amount of class. They look better used!
PROS: Pin Design, Durable, Easy To Install, Manufacturing Quality, Grip
BEST USES: All Mountain, Mountain Biking, Casual Riding, Racing
PROS: Durable, Attractive Design, Best Pedals I Ever Owned, Lightweight
BEST USES: Mountain Biking, Casual Riding, BMX, Racing
3 weeks ago
3 months ago
PROS: Easy To Install, Attractive Design, Durable
CONS: Not Grippy
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