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How many flat/platform pedal peddlers are out there?

Old 02-18-16, 04:20 PM
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I use flat pedals (without "toe traps") on both my MTB (Xpedo Spry) and my C&V (Lyotard 460D). On my road bike, I use the clip-in system (Speedplay Frog Ti), but actually, I had an ad up here, at Bikeforums, for over a year, asking for a straight swap of the Frogs for a set of Suntour Superbe Pro, so I could go either way.
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Old 02-18-16, 09:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Gerryattrick
Flat pedals with toe-clips (the strapless types). I find them extremely comfortable when set up correctly, and they keep my feet in the right position.
I do the same. I tried clipless last summer and wasn't that impressed...but that may be because I am old and set in my ways...
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+1 for flats, I also appreciate being able to move my feet around after a couple of hours in the saddle. And on days when the sun is shining and the ride is great I can do the happy dance on my flats. ;-)
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