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Where to buy pedal cages?

Old 08-13-22, 12:46 PM
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Where to buy pedal cages?

Hello all

I have a 2012 jamis sputnik and do not have one of the "pedal cage", which fell off. I am not sure if that is the correct name for the it but it is the black spiky ends of the track pedal on the mks sylvan stream ( i can't post links yet)

Does anyone know where to buy them? I simply cant find them. Thanks so much!!!
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Old 08-13-22, 02:08 PM
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Does your pedal look like this ?

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Do you mean "toe clips" or "pedal cages?"
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If you meant clips:

I like these strapless half clips.

(Cant add links yet-add the following to your search engine)

MKS MINI HALF TOE CLIP.
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Hello All,

Thanks for ur help,

JohnDTompson, it's the 2nd picture you posted, in the plastic bag. It's not the toe clips.

The pedals that I have are the standard Jamis pedals that come with the bike, but they have a spiky "pedal cage" that prevents me from slipping when pedaling. I dont use cleats, just ride with sneakers.

If you google "mks sylvan stream", it is the first picture that comes up $74.99 on modern bike, the "pedal cage" is either silver or black.

thanks all!
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OK, so you actually have the MKS Sylvan Stream Next pedals, which have replaceable cage plates. The regular MKS Sylvan Stream pedals have rivetted cage plates that are not replaceable. Unfortunately, I don't think MKS sells those cage plates, only the dust caps. https://www.mkspedal.com/?q=en/product/node/360

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BTW, in case you can't find your MKS Sylvan Stream Next pedal cages, you can buy a new pair of the basic model pedals from Velomine for just $28 >>> https://www.velomine.com/index.php?m...801fc8tcdbti73
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Thanks so much Tejano. I actually have a pedal that looks like the MKS sylvan Stream but i have no clue what the name is.

I have a standard all city track pedal with a pedal cage that i was able to screw on to the end of my jamis sputnik pedal..... so

I was just looking for a "spiky" cage plate since my current jamis pedal has a spiky cage plate..... i may just buy the mks sylvan stream since the my jamis pedal is around 10 years old (standard jamis sputnik pedals from 2012)

thanks again!!!
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