Ergon PC2 Pedal
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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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Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.
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.)
As described in the comments, I attached rubber grips to these. This worked perfectly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I haven't had a chance to use these. . Even though it came marked left and right, when my mechanic went to put them on, he said the threads were wrong, and they were actually both... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Maxine
Perfect if you don't want to use clip-ons but you do need to wear shoes that will grip the pedal surface.Published 3 months ago by Thom Bryant
First thing I'm going to tell you is the installation instructions are useless, and people who have reviewed them talk about how confusing installation is but never tell you how. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Glenda Hunt
Finally a pedal that works well with my minimalist shoes. The large, ergonomic platform allows me to push through the parts of my foot that I want to push through. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Elliot Marshall
These are comically large, but I'm going to stick with them because they make it so much easier to stand up and push up those tough hills.Published 5 months ago by Alex Demskie
Despite the two stars I like these pedals. They are big and grippy which adds a small element of safety to riding to shopping or commuting where I hop on and off the bike... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Not as grippy as I thought, but still does great in the mud and rain.
Easy to install
Comfortable foot position
Increased... Read more
Product was defective, however a refund was given, and so I'm happy.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer