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MKS Lambda Pedals - 9/16", Silver
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- High polished light alloy body
- Anodized finish sure grip cage
- Sealed mechanism
- Not toe clip compatible
- 420g per pair
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|Item Dimensions||1.25 x 5 x 9 inches|
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|Item Weight||0.7 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||1 pound|
Top Customer Reviews
Go to rivbike.com to read Grant's rant about clipless pedals, which he calls the "great shoe ruse," and his impassioned argument about why it's silly to use clipless pedals/cleats on bicycles (unless you're racing).
I'm not ready to drink the Rivendell Kool-Aid and give up my clipless pedals, but these MKS Lambda pedals are really a nice change of pace. They allow you to ride a bike with "normal" shoes, but they still give you enough grip that your feed won't slide around. Because of the wide platform surfaces, they also avoid pressure on your feet and help you avoid foot pain or "hot spots" which sometimes can occur when riding bikes w/cleats.
They appear to be well made, and are not as heavy as you might think from looking at the photo (though certainly not as light as good clipless pedals).
I purchased on amazon (they had the best price!). Recieved in a week or so and they were surprisingly a lot lighter than they look. Love the double reflectors so no matter how it flips it'll always be there. I like how it covers a large portion of my feet so that I'm not just using my toes or the middle section, it allows me to "float" to find the most comfortable pedaling position for me.
I'm very happy with my purchase and don't regret buying them at all. Happy that I found them through various bike forums and aren't heavy at all. Great pedals
Lately, with my road bikes, I've liked using old-fashioned toe clips, mostly to manage foot-placement, but also to secure my feet to the pedals. Sure, I've fallen off the bike a couple of times or been unable to easily manage re-inserting my left foot after having to stop in traffic, but it has become a lot more automatic.
What I've done, though, since buying a Craigslist cyclocross bike without pedals, is that I've moved pedals around from bike to bike. I eventually got around to putting the MKS Lambdas on the '07 Jamis Supernova (pictured with this review) for the shear ease of unplanned monkeying around, and have liked them on that bike a lot. Last weekend, I took the Jamis to a maze of disused military roads - broken/degraded tarmac, rutted mud, gravel, dirt, brush, leaves, streams to ford, etc. In 17 miles of this kind of riding (and the Jamis was good to ride almost anywhere I'd ride my mountain bike out there), while wearing old New Balance trail runners, my feet only slipped off the pedals one time, when I crashed in a muddy-bottomed creek (because my tires had no purchase in the bottom silt and my momentum was insufficient to get me through) - only then did my feet come off the pedals because they'd slipped.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I just bought a set of these for my beater (an old steel '88 Peugeot St. Laurent), and I was second guessing myself from the moment I gave the cashier my card. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cormac Foster
These pedals are great. Very comfortable and grippy enough for everything except bouncy single track. Read morePublished 3 months ago by R. Kimmel
While the build quality is up to the excellent standard MKS is known for, these just don't offer very good grip. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tony
I went clipless - they were great. I love using them, but did not like the shoes.
I decided to try the Grip King and am very happy. The platform is huge! Read more
Great sneaker pedal, not too heavy. Time will tell how they last. The long platform looks good on a road bike. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Practical Biker
Damn near the best platform pedals on the market. The pedal is both long and wide enough for my size 12.5 feet. Read morePublished 6 months ago by S. Stocking