Diamondback Sound Pedal, pack of 2
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- BMX pedals with molded traction pins
- Aluminum construction with concave-shaped body
- Chromoly axles; each pedal measures 1/2 inch
- Attractive black finish; weighs 500 grams
- Loose ball bearings; pack of 2
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With molded traction pins and a concave alloy body, the Diamandback Sound pedals are everything you need in a high quality BMX pedal
With molded traction pins and a concave alloy body, the Diamondback Sound pedals are everything you need in a high-quality BMX pedal. The aluminum pedals offer such additional features as chromoly axles, 1/2-inch bodies, loose ball bearings, a weight of 500 grams, and a black finish.
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Legal DisclaimerBought 1/2 rather than 9/16th, can't use, missed the return deadline. Selling at a loss, unused brand new.
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I could feel the difference the first time I rode with them. While I used to feel resin pedals give a little when I push down (even brand new ones), these aluminum pedals are about as solid as I've ever felt. The traction pegs grip my shoes really well, and I just wear running shoes usually. I like that the pedals are so big, because, as I said before, I'm a big guy, and that means I have big feet, which also lets me apply more force.
I will say that the pedals are noticeably heavier than other pedals, but this wasn't much of a concern for me. I know that if you're going to get anything for a bike, you consider three factors (expense, weight, and durability) and pick the two that matter the most to you. So, personally, I'm willing to ride something that's a little heavier so long as I can get something inexpensive that will last a while.
I don't anticipate having to buy new pedals for a long time, but if it does happen, I wouldn't hesitate to buy these again.
UPDATE: I was sideswiped by a car on my way in to work in 2011, and I think it worth noting that the pedals were still usable (and I escaped with only a few bumps and a minute or two of all the stuff that happens when you realize you got hit by a car). The frame, derailleurs, back wheel and gears were all kaput, but the pedals survived with only minor cosmetic damage, in spite of the fact that the right one took most of the initial impact, and very likely prevented my foot from being crushed between the frame and the car's front end. I just salvaged the pedals and put them on my "new" 1999 Cannondale I bought at a abandoned bike sale.
UPDATE January 2014: Actually I bought 2 pairs of these pedals. One went on my MTB and is still going flawless and strong, and I am happy with it! The other was for my trike, and a different story... it got bearing troubles like described by several other reviewers. I have to take it apart and see if it can be fixed. (I use the trike only occasionally; the MTB gets everyday use). Will keep posted, stay tuned :-)
For those who are not so technical. Dimensions are:
4.7 inches in length from screw part to the opposite side
4 inches wide
1 inch thick
Comes with reflectors as well.