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TAG Metals | T3 Nylon Pedals Red


TAG Metals T3 Nylon PedalsPremium internals in a lightweight nylon body, the TAG Metals T3 Nylon Pedals are a budget-friendly and lightweight all-mountain pedal. Featuring a Cro-moly axle and DU bushing and bearings the T3 Nylon Pedals were built to last. These pedals have a 110mm by 100mm platform and have ten replaceable pins per side. Weighing in at just 361 grams for the pair your are going to wonder why you haven’t been riding ...


$23.99 12% off $27.45 msrp


DMR | V6 Flat Pedals Pink | Nylon

$23.99 12% off $27.45 msrp

DMR V6 Pedals DMR's V6 pedals are an evolution of their V12 pedal design, only this time done up in nylon. Otherwise, the sharp looking pedal is equipped with the same concave footprint and narrow profile that DMR pedals are known for, and it spins on the excellent Dual DU bushing system. Inside you'll find a cromoly axle, and the business end includes full length 6mm off-road pins for added grip. DMR V6 Pedals Specifications: ...


Fyxation | Gates Slim Platform Pedals Black | Nylon


The Fyxation Gates pedal is a classic BMX inspired platform pedal designed to work with most foot retention systems on the market. Gates pedals were built to last. They're constructed out of impact grade nylon and will hold up much better than cheaper PC alternatives. High impact nylon body built to take abuse Spindle: Cr-Mo 9/16" Re-buildable loose ball bearings for easy maintenance Molded surface pegs for a super grippy ride Compatible with most foot ...


Chromag | Synth Flat Pedals | Red | Synthetic | Nylon


Chromag Synth PedalsNew for 2018 is the Synth Pedal. An injection molded, nylon reinforced platform that is light, impact resistant and won’t break the bank. Modelled after Chromag’s Scarab pedal, the Synth features a large platform with true concave and their proprietary pin system. It uses the same high-end axle and bearing assembly as on their Scarab and Contact models so you can count on long-life and smooth performance with common serviceability components available from ...