Pedals

Exotic Mag-Ti flat pedal review

The Exotic Mag-Ti pedal body is made from extruded Magnesium, uses a lightweight Titanium axle and retails for under £90! Can this direct buy pedal be too good to be true?

Review: Kore Torsion SX V2 Pedals

Born out of California some 20+ years ago, Kore have come a long way since the heady days of the 90’s where stems as long as your arm were the norm and lary colours where […]

Review: Crank Brothers Mallet 3 Pedals

With the increased mileage trail riding delivers, the issue of maintaining both good levels of power through your drivetrain, a comfortable ride and without causing any unwanted health issues, should all be on your list […]

Review: Moove Torque Pedals

Today’s market place is full to the brim with new brands and products vying for your hard earned cash, even though many of the products we use on our bikes have to an extent, plateaued […]

Eurobike: DMR, Chromag & Answer

Choice is a fantastic thing sometimes, but with so many rad brands producing great bits of kit for our bikes, it can be a real mine field trawling through it all. But that’s what were […]

Review: DMR Vault Pedals

I can remember buying my first pair of DMR pedals back in 1997 after seeing Rob Warner and Tim Ponting sporting them in an issue of Dirt Magazine. They were bright orange with blue end […]

Review: Nukeproof Electron Pedals

The Nukeproof Electron pedals are not a top of the line item, in fact you would think they are more bottom of the line, one season affairs. Their main selling points are price and weight. […]

Hope Pedals?

Might not be news to everyone, but it looks like Hope Technology are making pedals – if you’ve got the means why not? This popped up on Hope’s twitter earlier today and it looks like […]