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The Crank Bros Candy 7 Pedals are now even more stable and efficient with the addition of Traction Pad technology. These polyurethane pads can be swapped out to optimize pedal engagement with whatever shoe you're running thanks to the assorted thicknesses included. They mount up simply to the Candy 7's 6061-T6 aluminum bodies, which have chamfered edges to reduce the likelihood of rock strikes and special ribbing on the faces to improve traction when unclipped. As Crank Bros is famous for, 4-sided entry means quick engagement and some of the best of mud shedding abilities of any pedal system. Inside the forged chromoly spindle, the Candy 7 uses high-quality internals with an Enduro cartridge outer bearing and igus® glide inner bearing protected by a robust Double Seal system for a long smooth life. In the case they see a little too much action, the Candy 7 MTB pedals are easily rebuildable using a Crank Bros Pedal Refresh kit.
Available in multiple colors. Customizable float and release angles. Includes premium brass cleats, and 1 mm and 2 mm traction pads. Compatible with SPD style two-bolt shoes. Claimed weight is 320 grams per pair.
A newer version of this product is available.
Our Price $143.65
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by Michael Nickodem
Pedal helps stabilize the foot on the pedal. Is really good for us less sure footed people.
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