Clip Less, Ride More.
Put the pedal to the metal when it comes to an intense ride. Keep your standards high with the OneUp Aluminum Pedals. Featuring a huge (115x105mm) super-grippy platform with 10 rear-loading hexagonal steel pins per side, these pedals keep your feet planted on even the roughest of trails. With a weight of only 365g, the OneUp Aluminum Pedals won't slow you down on the climbs.
Designed from stealth rubber down and shaped with a subtle convex profile to provide you with more grip thanks to the pedals sitting in the natural arch of your foot. The ultra-thin design (only 8mm at the leading edge) gives you maximum clearance to reduce pedal strikes and deflect trail obstacles. When it's finally time to service your bearings, the unique cassette tool lock ring system makes re-greasing the bearings exceptionally fast and easy.
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
Weight: 355 grams
Cleat Type: None
Pedal Type: Flat and BMX Pedals
Contact Surface Area: 115x105mm
Claimed Weight: ~365g
Mfg PartNum: 1C0380BLK
Mfg PartNum: 1C0380OIL
Mfg PartNum: 1C0380RED
After doing my homework, these are the pedals I wanted. Unfortunately, they don't work with my TruVativ carbon Descendant Cranks,even with one pedal washer each. I ended up getting the large Crank Brothers flat pedals and they fit my cranks perfectly,they are a more basic design but that's ok for now,pedal companies have new models are coming out all the time !
One of my favorite flats, grips better than most pedals out there and boasts a wide stable platform and a solid construction that survives the inevitable pedal strikes. Looks nice too. The axle bulge took a bit to get used to, but solid and good control at the gravity park.
Let's be honest, most alloy mtb pedals are going to cost between $100-$150 and these are the best best for my money. I have standard size 10 mens feet and these pedals are a perfect length and width. Most importantly, the profile of these pedals is one of the slimmest on the market and I absolutely love that about them.
Same size and functionality as the Spank Oozy but 30 or 40 bucks more expensive. I would say not as grippy either but I was also using brand new shoes so that may have been the issue more than the pedals. I did not weigh them or compare weights
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