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Crank Bros
Mallet E Pedals

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The Crank Bros Mallet Enduro Race 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 Mallet E's concave 6061-T6 aluminum bodies, which have chamfered edges to reduce the likelihood of rock strikes and special ribbing on the faces plus 6 adjustable pins per side to improve grip 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 Mallet E 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 Mallet Enduro race pedals are easily rebuildable using a Crank Bros Pedal Refresh kit.

Available in multiple colors. Customizable float and release angles. Includes premium brass cleats. Compatible with SPD style two-bolt shoes. Claimed weight is 419 grams per pair.

Crank Bros Mallet E Pedals
Other styles of this product are available.
Our Price $148.72

Weight: 419 grams


Weight: 419 grams


Pedal Type: MTB Pedals 

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Multi Use pedal
by Anonymous
Casual Cyclist
Portland OR
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Love that I can use there with shoes or cleats

Reviewed 3/23/2017
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Much gnar
by Whenindoubtpointthemout
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

If grippin and rippin is what you like to do then get yourself of pair of these. Fast, smooth, and grippy.

Reviewed 2/28/2017
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Great all around pedal for general purpose use
by Midgen21
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I use this on my Urban commuter bike. They are easy to get in and out of, and the wide platform makes for a stable platform in case you don't get clipped in crossing an intersection.

Reviewed 5/3/2019
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Stable platform
by Brian
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I bought these for my gravel bike, and so far, really like them. They come with a Crank Bros. cleat, so not SPD compatible. Theres a spacer for the cleats as well if you need it to clear your shoe tread. They have a pretty nice release, and thanks to the broad platform you can take a moment to clip in again. The platform design adds to a feeling of stability when youre flying over rough terrain.

They are milled very precisely, and actually have pretty sharp edges, Ive slashed my legs up pretty good. You might take a bit of emery to those, unless you favor the scarred-up look.

Reviewed 3/29/2019
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A great all around pedal.
by funbikeguy
Competitive Racer
Albany, NY
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I use this pedal for cyclocross racing. An easy pedal to clip into. Nothing negative to say about this product.

Reviewed 7/6/2017
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