- Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces
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- ASIN: B001C69IGS
- Item model number: 71106
- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
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Crank Brothers Candy C Bicycle Pedal (Slate Blue)
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- Pedal Weight: 308 grams per pair
- Two Sided Pedal, Four-Sided Entry
- Chrome Spindle
- No Weight Restrictions
- Recommended Use: Mountain Biking
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CrankBrothers Candy C Slate Blue Pedal is a two-sided pedal with four-sided entry. The spindle is made of chrome. The Candy C pedal is made for riders who want the performance of an Egg Beater four-sided design with a little extra beef for the times when they decide to rip hard. You don't want to worry about your pedals when you're dropping into a steep line with a couple small drops and rock gardens. The Candy C Pedals beefy stainless steel spring ensures you don't come unclipped on accident, but it still allows an easy exit when you need to bail. Specs: Weight - 308 grams per pair; Spindle - forged scm435 chrome steel; Body - fiber composite; Kick Plates - stainless steel; Wings - formed s45c carbon steel; Spring - 300 series stainless steal; End Cap - aluminum; Standard Cleat - premium brass; Release Angle - 15 or 20 degrees; Shims included.
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Candys have a lot of advantages.
*They're easier to get in to.
*No clogging up with Mud/Ice/etc.
*You can pedal around the parking lot without having to throw on your bike shoes, which is useful when you're doing repairs/adjustments.
If you really want to spice these up, grab a pair of aftermarket Titanium spindles and drop some grams. Cheapo upgrade that turns these into $300 pedals instantly.
The only negative is that they can be a dog to get out of if you're used to shimano style clips. There is no brute force pulling out of them. The ONLY way out is by angling your foot 15-20 degrees. I felt like with my SPD's I could muscle my way out in an "Oh Crap" situation, but not so with the eggbeater design.
Train your exit strategy before your find yourself in a poor situation.
I was a little intimidated at first because they said these are not adjustable like some Shimano pedals, but really it is not that hard to clip in and release, so even if you are a beginner in clipless, you'll do fine with these.
Also, dirt and mudd does not stay stuck on these pedals.
Highly recommended!!! go for a pair of these!!
What can I say.... They are what I was looking for!