We take a look at the CNC-machined aluminium CarderTech TWOTWELVE Flat Pedals for mountain biking, UK-made in Exmoor, North Devon.
Extra wide, extra grippy, and they're available in purple. What more do you need?
More clearance but the same pin pattern for Sam Hill's new flatties.
Modeled after Brandon Semenuk’s signature ‘Contact’ pedal, they take on a similar outline and come in at about the same weight, but at roughly half the price.
It’s problematic and embarrassing to admit… but I’m just as baffled by magnets as the Insane Clown Posse is.
It seems the changes made have indeed created a much more durable and quality pedal.
Squidworx have designed a customizable pedal with easily replaceable parts.
Their concave shape and well laid out pins give them excellent traction and a supportive on trail feel.
What’s so Special(e) about Time’s enduro pedal?
E*thirteen is back in the flat pedal game with the all-new Plus pedal, a thinner version of the old LG1 pedal.
Bigger, grippier, lighter and as tough as ever. The Penthouse Flat MK5 pedal is here!
I recently sat down with Chromag founder and designer, Ian Ritz and engineer Ben Arnott to discuss the new pedal.
Ben has pitted the Deity T-Mac and Crank Brothers Stamp flat pedals against each other to see which of these £130 units come out on top.
A growing number of riders and racers have started ditching their cleats in favor of flat pedals over the past few years, and I recently had a chance to chat with one of them about the benefits of their newfound platform.
Best of clipless and flats?
I can honestly say that these pedals have leveled up my riding.
Best tech and innovation in new flat pedals.