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Old 08-05-14, 02:06 PM   #1
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Can anybody identify these pedals?

Saw them up on FB and I thought they looked nice with its flat/low profile design. Looking to upgrade my stock Kilo TT pedal and going to ride straps. Dislike the cage and the clipless look.

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Old 08-05-14, 02:32 PM   #2
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There are a ton of downhill manufacturers that produce platforms with the thinner profile. Personally, I love the Azonic Platforms. Shop around, and I guarantee you will find a pair you like super fast
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a lot of the ones I've been searching up looks too bulky. either that or its made of plastic. I want a low profile aluminum one like the picture. Unless some of you guys have good recommendation that fits my description.
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These look similar.
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3 pages of flat pedals to browse, some thinner than others.
Flat Pedals | Chain Reaction Cycles
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Mesa Nylon Thin Platform Pedal | Fyxation


I have the fyxation mesa 61 pedals. I think mine are similar but alloy instead of nylon.

By the way, not sure about those pedals, but for my mesa 61's, even though they are slim, the straps fit through very easily and nicely.
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Old 08-06-14, 12:41 AM   #7
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a lot of the ones I've been searching up looks too bulky. either that or its made of plastic. I want a low profile aluminum one like the picture. Unless some of you guys have good recommendation that fits my description.

Oh, didn't see this comment before I posted. Check this out then:


Mesa 61 Alloy Thin Platform Pedal | Fyxation
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Grand Cru Sabot Pedals - Pedals - Components
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Personally, I'd rather a thicker pedals that allows for some concave rather than something so thin that the center axle section is the thickest part. Just more comfortable to me.
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Wow. Those look great.
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Check out fixation, they have exactly what you're looking for, maybe it's fyxation
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Blackspire - Sub350 Pedals | Blackspire

not the exact brand.
could be this model
Blackspire - BigSlim470 Pedals | Blackspire
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