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Power Grips High Performance Pedal and Strap Kit


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  • Includes standard length Power Grips straps and hardware
  • Sealed bearings
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Product Description

Power Grips High Performance Pedals includes black Power Grips' straps attached to a pair of high performance, lightweight, all metal pedals. Power Grips provide a hands-free, easy exit way to increased power for all levels of mountain bike, road and recumbent riders. No special shoes required.
  • Includes standard length Power Grips straps and hardware
  • Sealed bearings
Item Specifications
ColorBlack
Weight350g
Intended UseMountain,Road
MaterialAluminum
Pedal Spindle9/16"
Spindle MaterialChromoly
Pedal TypeCage
Defined ColorBlack

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 5 x 4 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001HBURMM
  • Item model number: High Performance
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #128,090 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

I'm a female mountain biker and power grips have met my expectations.
T. Black
Additionally, clipless pedals do not require you to keep your foot more or less horizontal with the ground in order to pull up on the pedals as Power Grips do.
Joseph Ryan Kelly
I didn't want to go through the process of changing to a longer strap and waiting (however) long for it to become softer.
middnite

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Ryan Kelly on May 8, 2011
***UPDATED REVIEW

I have now been riding on these pedals for around a year and a half, mostly on technical, rocky trails. I wrote the original review after tackling a 48 mile ride on such a trail. I was attempting the ride again a year later when at mile 18, I realized that my right pedal (not the strap or attachment components) had broken. The warranty for the pedals are good for one year. I contacted the company, just in case, and they offered to sell me replacement pedals at 20% off. While this is was a kind good-faith effort on their part, it simply won't be enough to keep me in Power Grips while mountain biking. If the company has no more faith in their pedal than to sell me another one at a modest discount, this must mean their pedals are not built to last much longer than a year. This simply isn't a good investment for me, even if it means not purchasing a unitasker shoe.

I went ahead and purchased a pair of clipless pedals and shoes and can confirm all my suspicions in the original post. There is more clearance underneath your foot with clipless pedals making technical or rocky trails easier to navigate, and it is easier to get clipped back in on rough trail. Additionally, clipless pedals do not require you to keep your foot more or less horizontal with the ground in order to pull up on the pedals as Power Grips do. This was an unexpected but exciting advantage of clipless pedals.

That having been said, if I were to purchase a second bike for commuting, I would use the Power Grips. I have removed two stars from my review, however, because I no longer believe they are a suitable choice for serious mountain bikers like myself.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dona Mekko on October 18, 2010
I was leery of clipless pedals because I wanted to be able to wear regular shoes, and the idea of being locked into a pedal wasn't appealing. However, I wanted to take advantage of the extra power of the upstroke. I found out about these on a cycling board and decided to try them out. I am hooked on Power Grips. Yes, like clipless you have to get used to getting in and out of them, and yes, you will likely fall at some point. However, I got used to them fairly quickly, and now getting in and out is second nature.

Will definitely use these on any bike I own now.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T. Black on February 25, 2013
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I'm a female mountain biker and power grips have met my expectations. They've been on bush trails, 5km steep hill climbs and the real tester a 23km rainy day mountain trail - through a lot of wet sand and muddy stuff! Power grips have pulling power and I'm securely attached to the pedals. Easy to get in and out of and a much cheaper option than clipless. If you can use toe clips these are easy to get the hang of.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By theoldwrinkledone on January 11, 2012
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I bought these as I hoped they would be 'good enough' to replace my cleated shoes for cycle touring. We do a fair bit of walking when touring, and it would be good to have proper walking shoes as my only pair of shoes. I found the Power Grips tricky to get adjusted correctly, but after tightening them in small increments 4 or 5 times I managed to get them fitting just right.
The main problem I found was that the sole of my walking shoe would not slide easily into the pedal and required a lot of wiggling of my foot to get it seated comfortably. This required a lot more looking down than I was happy with.
When getting started after stopping on a steep gradient it was often not possible to get the second foot in the pedal. This was especially difficult when passing traffic made it undesirable to get an attack of the wobbles while looking down.
They would be great for suburban/city riding when jumping on the bike with street shoes - found them a much better option than the old toe clips.
Overall I would not recommend them for touring - I breathed a sigh of relief when I clicked effortlessly back into my cleats on the first ride after coming back home.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sean G. Meyer on October 10, 2011
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I don't understand why the pedal itself is so narrow on these. I like the power grips and would love to use them on a wider/bigger pedal, but for me this pedal is just so narrow. I plan on picking up some wide metal pedals and then attaching the powergrips to those, and I suggest anyone else with wider feet think about doing the same.
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By middnite on March 14, 2014
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I returned this product because the strap was too stiff and too short for me. I didn't want to go through the process of changing to a longer strap and waiting (however) long for it to become softer.
I found that the pedals on my Schwinn recumbent bike work just fine, so I transferred them. They use an adjustable heavy rubber strap which is much softer.
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if the strap were 2" longer maybe but the clip will not hold under pressure. pedals are good, but i need my foot tied to the pedal
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