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Race Face
Chester Pedals

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Two to the Chester.

With color options to match your bike and an excellent bang-for-the-buck price, you'll be so styled out on the Race Face Chester Pedals that you'll have no choice but to charge hard down the trail. Their lightweight and tough nylon-composite bodies with a thin, wide, concave platform and 8 replaceable steel pins per face provide all the traction you'd expect from more expensive alloy pedals. Inside, Cro-Mo spindles house fully sealed and serviceable DU bushings and cartridge bearings to ensure your Chesters will keep chewing through.

Available in multiple colors. Platform measures 101 mm x 110 mm. Height is 15.4 mm - 18 mm. Claimed weight is 340 g.

 

Cleat Type: MTB Cleats 

 

Pedal Type: MTB Pedals 

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Great entry level flat pedel
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by CvilleCyclist
Daily Commuter
Charlottesville, VA

Got these pedals as upgrades to the flats that came with my boys mountain bikes. They're great entry level pedals that are definitely a step up from the stock pedals. The replaceable studs have given my kids more confidence that their feet will stay on the pedals even when it's a little wet or muddy out. The composite body has held up well so far and the bearings continue to spin smoothly.

Reviewed 9/13/2018
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good pedal for flat shoes
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Fort Smith Ar

I tried these on my Salsa Casseroll, wanted some pedals to work with my regular Keen H2's. I like them, they grip the shoes really well, you can't really make any small adjustments without lifting your foot off of the pedal. It's nice to be able to just hop on and ride without clipping in. I had hoped they would work with my Shimano XC5 mountain shoes but they just don't grip that kind of sole very well. So they grip flat shoes good, lugged soles not so well. Overall I am happy with them, haven't used them long enough to comment on wear, but they do seem sturdy.

Reviewed 8/23/2018
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Great pedals at a great price
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by Anonymous

I have these on multiple bikes and haven't had any issues.

Reviewed 8/4/2018
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just what I wanted
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by gdsikes
Daily Commuter
PNW--Rain Rain-!
3 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

this product just fits my needs & my wifey likes the purple color-

Price beats the crank bro's by a mile-the shipping was fast as always-in the PNW-

Reviewed 10/5/2017
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Chester Pedals - Not Bad!
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by Anonymous
Casual Cyclist
Denver, Co
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Cheap pedals that work just fine.

Reviewed 8/10/2017
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Great price, great pedal
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by Thekauz
maryland
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Despite what is said you don't need to spend a lot of $$$$ to get a good pedal. This pedal shows that.

Reviewed 7/6/2017
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