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Old 09-04-06, 01:23 PM   #1
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Atomlab Trailkings anyone?

Hey all,

Just wondering if anyone has had any experience with the Atomlab Trailking pedals? I've heard awesome reviews about them (except the price), they're super easy to rebuild, and they are quite low profile.

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Hey all,

Just wondering if anyone has had any experience with the Atomlab Trailking pedals? I've heard awesome reviews about them (except the price), they're super easy to rebuild, and they are quite low profile.

i have a pair, but have not used them yet. they are going on my bmx build. wish i could tell you more....but they do seem really nice in my hands.
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i have a pair, but have not used them yet. they are going on my bmx build. wish i could tell you more....but they do seem really nice in my hands.
Yeah, they do seem quite nice
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A couple of my buddies were using them and swore by them, they were great pedals...etc.

Last time I rode with this group of guys, none of them had their Trailkings. I asked why. They said they didn't hold up.

I didn't really get into it with them for more details. I just kinda dismissed it.

Don't know any more details.
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A couple of my buddies were using them and swore by them, they were great pedals...etc.

Last time I rode with this group of guys, none of them had their Trailkings. I asked why. They said they didn't hold up.
Thanks for the info! I think I'm gonna go ahead and get a set and see how it goes
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