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OneUp Components
Comp Platform Pedals

Mfg PartNum:1C0399BLK
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The Composite Platform Pedals from OneUp Components feature lightweight composite nylon construction with a chromoly steel axle. The platforms are sizable (115x105mm) and furnished with 10 rear-loading steel pins (per side) which are evenly distributed along the edges. The pins paired with a subtly convex shape yield a super grippy interface. The pedals’ leading edges are thin and chamfered for maximum clearance of trail obstacles. Equipped with a proprietary axle system that consists of a cassette tool lock ring and a built-in bearing extractor, these pedals are especially easy to disassemble and service.

  • 10 rear loading steel pins per side with Nyloc nuts.
  • DU plus cartridge bearing axle system.
  • Thin, chamfered leading edge design.
  • Broad platform for increased stability.
  • Ergonomic, contoured platform shape.
  • Weight: 355g.
  • Platform Size: 115x105mm.
  • Axle Material: chromoly steel.
  • Height: 18.5mm (13.3 at the leading edge).
  • Pin to Axle distance: 108mm.
  • Body Material: Nylon Composite.

B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

 

Pedal Type: Flat and BMX Pedals 

 

Mfg PartNum: 1C0399BLK 

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Great pedal for the $
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by Jefferdw
irvine, ca

Love these pedals. A great upgrade from basic flat pedals that came with my bike. Put BBC these on my mountain bike and love them.

Reviewed 10/10/2020
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very competent platform pedal
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by rockyMTNhigh
Cycling Enthusiast
Grand Lake Colorado

These are my first platform MTB pedals after riding cleat style setups for 20+ years. I will stay with this style from here on out. The grip is excellent for both climbing and downhill runs. I did not remove any of the pins, just used the pedals as is, out of the box. I ride dry alpine tundra/forest terrain and haven't slipped off the pedals at all, even with the occasional creek crossing. I wear a size 12 boot and the platform size is quite adequate.

Reviewed 11/16/2020
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Great Upgrade
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by Bob V.

I was still using good old toe straps for years. Always thought my shoes would slip on a flat pedal. Boy was I wrong! Even with a hard soled shoe these are fantastic. No worries that my shoes may slip. Must be absolutely awesome with sticky sole shoes. GREAT upgrade!

Reviewed 10/20/2020
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Great Pedals
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by Anonymous

I've used these pedals for the last couple of months. Paired with my freerider pros they are very grippy and have great contact. The convex platform actually does seems to result in reduced and less hard pedal strikes which has been a pleasant surprise. I would definitely purchase them again.

Reviewed 10/19/2020
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