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Old 07-14-19, 02:56 PM
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Large platform pedals

Looking for large platform pedals, here's what I've found so far:

OneUp Composite - 115 x 105mm, 355g, $50
OneUp Aluminum - 115 x 105mm, 355g, $125
Crank Brothers Stamp 3 (large) - 114 x 111mm, 455g, $100
Shimano XT PD-M8040 (m-l) - 115x 110mm, 503g, $100
VP Harrier VP-DH5 - 120 x 109mm*, 370g, $60

* heard claims it wasn't really this big

Any other recommendations?
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I was going to try the Harriers at some point. Can't add to the list though (I use these MEC platform pedals, FWIW).
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MKS Lambda Pedals.

Item Specifications
  • Weight: 420g
  • Intended Use: Road
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Material (Spindle): Chromoly
  • Pedal Type: Platform
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Pedaling innovations 143x95 505g $125

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Just got finished riding my MTB with the largest platform pedals. Pedaling innovations Catalyst pedals. Catalyst Pedals

Length – 5.6”/ 143 mm

Width – 3.75”/ 95 mm

Thickness – .6”/ 16 mm

Weight – 505 grams per pair

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iSSi makes some big pedals in colors! I have two pair of small Thumps (soon to be three) and I love them, particularly the slightly concave shape; it really does cradle your foot.

Stomp XL is aluminum and $115:
  • Length: 120mm overall, 102mm pin-to-pin
  • Width: 112.5mm from crank to outside pin, 94.5mm pin-to-pin
  • Concavity: 2mm body, 7.5mm effective (pin-to-body)
  • Flip-able traction pins, 5.5mm or 4.5mm length. 11 per side
  • Full-length chromoly spindle, one bushing (inner) and two sealed bearings (outer)
Thump is nylon with either molded or replaceable pins, $40 and $50 respectively:

  • Tough & durable nylon composite body
  • Chromoly spindles, sealed cartridge bearings and nylon bushings
  • Body: 18.5mm thick with 2.5mm of concavity for great control and pedal feel
  • Platform sizes: 119 x 99mm (standard), 113 x 95mm (small)
  • Available with molded nylon pins for casual rides or replaceable steel pins for greater traction
  • Pin height: 3mm out of the box. Remove the 2mm washer under the pin head to convert to 5mm pin height.

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Ditto, iSSI pedals. I've been considering those to replace my worn Wellgo and Stolen Brand pedals (both good and cheap, but hard or impossible to service properly). The local REI has a couple of iSSi models that appear to have generous platforms.
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If you can find them at a bicycle co-op or Ebay, Shimano Adamas AX pedals have a pretty good platform.

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Originally Posted by Gconan View Post
Just got finished riding my MTB with the largest platform pedals. Pedaling innovations Catalyst pedals. Catalyst Pedals

Length 5.6/ 143 mm

Width 3.75/ 95 mm

Thickness .6/ 16 mm

Weight 505 grams per pair
That is a massive pedal!
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