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Old 03-09-14, 06:50 PM
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Mks urban platform pedals

I just ordered a new set of mks urban platform pedals with mks metal toe clips, and new leather straps for my scott metrix 20. I hope they are worth it because it sure seems like a lot of money for pedals. Anyone have thoughts on these pedals?
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Old 03-09-14, 07:43 PM
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I don't know about the urban pedals, but I love my MKS pedals. They're super light, look good, and are serviceable.
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I don't know about the urban pedals, but I love my MKS pedals. They're super light, look good, and are serviceable.
Totally agree, MKS pedals are fantastic.
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I love the urban platforms as well as the GR-10's
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you have to use toeclips with them or they dont make sense .

and the bottom of the pedal is not a stable foot support , so it's an acquired taste..

I have road pedals , and double sided pedals , I use the double sided ones without toe clips, now, the most.

the company makes a lot of different pedals
MIKASHIMA INDUSTRIAL CO.,LTD.-MKS Pedal News

of theirs, I have the rubber block 'Dutch' pedals with molded in reflectors.
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