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Old 08-07-08, 09:33 PM   #1
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under $40 non-concave platform recomendations?

i was thinking of getting the wellgo b67 or b25. have you any other recomendations? are the azonic fusion pedals non-concave?


has any of you used the Wellgo W-71? how'ed you like it?

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Why do they need to be non concave?
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because the concavity causes my knees to point inward and therefore makes them hurt.
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Then change your foot positioning then.
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because the concavity causes my knees to point inward and therefore makes them hurt.
Ahhhhhhh.........

I really like the wellgos I'm running on my Bullit. They have pretty long pins and hold super well. I also have a set of cheap Diamondbacks on my hardtail,they're not too bad but I don't see them lasting too long.The'll do until I can pick up a good set. I gave around 20.00 for each set.
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What is a concave pedal look like?
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What is a concave pedal look like?
the opposite of a convex pedal
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Goldfishin, shop on dude.......

http://www.danscomp.com/products.php...TS&show=Pedals
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