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Ergon PC2 Pedal

by Ergon

Price: $54.28 - $101.38
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  • Superlight pedal body made from high performance GFK Composite. Development Partner: Magura, Germany.
  • Anatomically contoured platform, 6° angle for better joint allignment, varus (knee) angle correction. Optimizes the biomechanics of the leg (hip- knee-foot). Increases efficiency, minimizes knee complaints and hot spots / numbness in the feet.
  • Oversized integrated reflectors.
  • Ultra-narrow axle construction reduces Q-factor.
  • Inner-stop for intuitively correct foot positioning on the pedal.

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Product Description

In the last 100 years flat pedals have remained practically unchanged, perhaps surprising as they remain the point which transfers human power to the bike and ultimately the road. The position of the foot on the pedal influences your efficiency and has consequences for the muscle development and joints from hip to toe. The Ergon PC2 is the first non SPD-type pedal to have been designed with the ergonomic demands and the biomechanics of the user in mind. The result is impressive. A new type of pedal with a number of features which will increase power, comfort and help avoid aches and pains associated with traditional designs

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004PE38Q0
  • Item model number: pc2-pedal
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #60,741 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Comfy, grippy, light and pretty cool looking.
CygnusX
You really do feel like you are getting closer to the feeling of the "circular" pedaling motion, rather than just pushing down on a pedal.
Kyle R. Neal
Add to this that I can wear any shoes I want, and I am quite pleased.
Brad Bortner

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Kyle R. Neal on October 18, 2011
I ride a city bike, and I wear whatever shoes I happen to have on - flip flops, sneakers, heels. These pedals provide great control and a real feeling of power when pedaling with all kinds of footwear. I used to ride a very expensive road bike with clipless pedals, so I was used to the feeling of having "grip" in my pedal stroke. The pedals that came with my bike were just the cheap, slippery ones that dig into your shoes. The Ergon pedals are really well designed, with a well countured footbed that guides your foot to proper placement. You really do feel like you are getting closer to the feeling of the "circular" pedaling motion, rather than just pushing down on a pedal.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Brad Bortner on November 5, 2011
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I switched to these pedals from pedals with straps, when I started to use my bike daily to commute to work in Mass. Between the cars and the weather, I did not want to risk having my feet strapped to pedals if I needed to take evasive action. I assumed my pedaling would become less efficient, but the opposite has occurred. I can keep a faster ongoing tempo with these pedals that I did with toe clips. Strange but true. Add to this that I can wear any shoes I want, and I am quite pleased. The only negative is that you need an 8 mm Allen wrench to install them, and the instructions were a bit vague. I spent a lot of time futily trying to put the left pedal on the right side of the bike. Now all is well.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Luke on December 22, 2011
Like most PC2 buyers, I bought these for commuting in regular shoes. For the most part, they are very good for this. However, they are terrible with leather soled shoes. The pedals have 3M safety tape as their grip tape. Leather soles not only slip around like crazy on this stuff, but they are shredded through at the same time. Even if they gripped, factoring in the cost of resoling would, by my estimate, make these pedals cost around $600 per year. That said, I do want them to work. I am going to try peeling off the 'safety tape' and gluing on some Shoe Goo to rectify this. I have used rubber block pedals before these, and the rubber gripped very well.

That problem aside, these are great pedals. On rubber and sythetic soled shoes these grip very nicely. The huge size of the pedal means that even when you do slip, you probably won't slip right off. The curvature appears to help the grip, though I am not sure about it putting you in the correct positioning as their advertising material would have you believe.

Had these pedals been fit for commuting in dress shoes, I would have given them five stars.

(Attempted solution in comments.)

Followup:
As described in the comments, I attached rubber grips to these. This worked perfectly.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By B. Simon on December 20, 2011
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Ergon PC2 Pedals stick to any shoes I wear like glue and the resulting pedal stroke is solid and powerful. I got tired of scraping my shins with the spikes on my Azonics (which were pricier). I have perhaps 10 pairs of shoes (not including boots) for various outdoor conditions and all of them can be used with these pedals. These pedals keep me on my bike much, much longer.

Pros: Not having to haul out my 5 ten biking shoes whenever I want to take a ride.

Changing foot position on this pedal if needed.

I couldn't really change foot position easily with the Azonic. If my feet were not positioned quite right, it would be necessary to stop, release them and reposition them. I use my Ergons on a Specialized Myka FSR comp WSD and will probably put another pair on my TREK FX 7.5 WSD.

Cons: These pedals don't look as 'cool' as my older Azonic platforms, you might even say they look a little clunky.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Phongvu on March 21, 2014
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
I live in Portland, OR and ride year around through sun, rain wind, snow and one of the worst winters in a long time. After all of that I can honestly say that these pedals are ok. The 3M grip stuff doesn't hold as well as metal teeth and my feet slip off in the rain and these are totally useless in the snow. Admittedly not many people ride in the snow in freezing temps but I do and these just don't work for me.

I have had these over a year and there are a lot of pedals that work better for less cost. The pedals started making this clicking sound after 7 months of riding. I have no idea what that is but they are soon getting replaced.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Hank To on December 3, 2011
If you have toe-in problem, your heel will hit the crank arm because of the pedal is so close to the crank arm. It won't happen to my regular type of pedal.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By mtp401 on April 13, 2013
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Small Verified Purchase
I'm not a racer, just a casual biker. I bought a road bike and there were clippers on them. Bought a pair of regular pedals but it was tough biking uphill with them. These pedals are a great solution. They do slip from your soles sometime if you don't have your feet set in the perfect position, but the increased surface area greatly improve energy transfer when biking uphill compared to regular pedals.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 21, 2014
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Small Verified Purchase
I've waited to write a review, since I really wanted to try these pedals out in all conditions. Overall I would say they are an acceptable alternative to the traditional metal pedals that come with most bikes. The grip is not as good as I expected, and actually worse than my old pedals. Also, the "ergonomic" positioning of the foot is not as intuitive as the manual suggests, but I do find that I get a little more PUSH out of these pedals. I do like the wide plattform and the extra large reflectors on both sides. The thing is, I don't dislike these pedals, but I don't love them either. I was hoping for more, especially at $60 for a pair of plastic pedals. If you want lighter pedals, that will make you more visible on the road, and that you can ride with your street shoes, then these are a pretty good fit...as long as you don't mind paying extra for that!
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