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Decent pedals that work with Power Grips

Old 12-27-21, 05:29 PM
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Decent pedals that work with Power Grips

Any recommendations on decent 'road' pedals that Power Grips attach to reasonably well?
Yes, I know I can buy a 'kit' that has the straps and pedals- I already have the straps.
And yeah, yeah, yeah, "clip-less is better".... "just use old-school clips-and-straps".... blah, blah, blah.
I'm doing a build for someone else and they want to use Power Grips. It's a road/touring bike, and aesthetic sense is something in line with that, rather than clunky MTB pedals..
Thx
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Old 12-27-21, 05:45 PM
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Originally Posted by ehcoplex View Post
Any recommendations on decent 'road' pedals that Power Grips attach to reasonably well?
Yes, I know I can buy a 'kit' that has the straps and pedals- I already have the straps.
And yeah, yeah, yeah, "clip-less is better".... "just use old-school clips-and-straps".... blah, blah, blah.
I'm doing a build for someone else and they want to use Power Grips. It's a road/touring bike, and aesthetic sense is something in line with that, rather than clunky MTB pedals..
Thx
Those work best with quill type pedals, like this, or this.
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Old 12-27-21, 06:35 PM
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Originally Posted by DorkDisk View Post
Those work best with quill type pedals, like this, or this.
Think the MKS touring pedals would work? Or do the PowerGrips need a wrap-around cage for some reason?
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Originally Posted by ehcoplex View Post
Think the MKS touring pedals would work? Or do the PowerGrips need a wrap-around cage for some reason?
It should, these only need a front cage for the plate to attach to and the rear plate for the bolt to got through.
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