OneUp Components Composite Pedal
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- Material: [body] nylon composite, [axle] black chromoly steel
- Removable Pins: yes
- Claimed Weight: 355g
- Recommended Use: mountain biking
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The OneUp Composite Pedals features a huge (115x105mm) super grippy platform with 10 rear-loading steel pins per side to keep your feet planted on even the roughest of trails. With a weight of only 355g, they won't slow you down on the climbs. Designed from stealth rubber down and shaped with a subtle convex profile to provide you with more grip thanks to the pedal sitting in the natural arch of your foot. The thin leading edge chamfered design gives you maximum clearance to reduce pedal strikes and deflect off trail obstacle.
• Platform: 115mm x 105mm
• Axle: Black Chromoly Steel
• Body: Nylon compostite
• 355 grams
• Height: 18.5mm (13.3 at the leading edge)
• Pins: 10 per side
• 10 rear loading Steel pins / side, with Nyloc nuts
• DU plus cartridge bearing axle system
• Thin leading edge chamfered design to deflect off obstacles
• Wide platform design for increased stability
• Contoured shape provides ultimate connected feel
Brand: OneUp Components
Product detailsColor:Blue | Size:One Size
- Product Dimensions : 6 x 5 x 3 inches; 14.4 Ounces
- Item model number : OneUp Components
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : June 21, 2017
- Manufacturer : OneUp Components
- ASIN : B0731BXQKS
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#11,587 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #27 in Bike Pedals
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I've tried a few flats - Neutron clones, Chesters, Deity T-Mac clones - but really nothing compares to these.
- I was a fan of grub screws and didn't really like the grip on Chesters with the 3mm pins. These solve it with 10, 3mm pins/side. Amazing grip. Mind=changed.
- I was a fan of aluminum pedals for durability and cost. These glide off rocks and are 1/3 the cost of comparable aluminum pedals. Mind=changed again.
- I'm old and I need grip on technical downhills, but there's always this "are you REALLY locked in on these pedals right before you hit that STEEP drop?" feeling right before you commit. With these? Lawd, I'm STUCK ON THE PEDALS. Mind=Changed yet again.
What do I like?
1. They glide off rocks. Took a HUGE hit last weekend on a technical trail - hard enough I thought the pedal would crack. I didn't even bend the pins. My aluminum pedals kind of "stick" when I hit a rock. These "pop" or "glide", kind of hard to explain unless you've done it.
2. They have incredible grip. Way better than grub screws with FiveTen Freeriders, and far better than comparable 3mm pin pedals. Lots of pins. Although the pedal is nylon, it is stiff.
3. They have a huge platform. The last set of pedals required me to be "just right" when putting my foot down. On these, it is impossible to miss the pedal. Great confidence on any kind of trail.
4. They are truly flat (almost convex). I originally favored "concave" pedals, where the ball of the foot found a pocket in the slight curve of the pedal. As I got more comfortable I realized that this just locked my foot into one position on the pedal. With these "flatter" flats I can put the ball of my foot further forward of the axle, which is better power. I can feel it on steep descents, steep climbs, and jumps.
What don't I like?
Hmmm. . . the packaging is utilitarian.
Price. I dare you to find a better price to performance ratio than these.
Color. Green. It's not easy being green. Unless you are these pedals.
Just get them.
There are two things that I hate though
1. They don't turn easy. The bearings have so much friction that it's not possible to flip a pedal with the hand to make even one complete turn. I don't know how much energy that takes from my rides, but it certainly is low quality and shouldn't happen.
2. My feet start hurting on longer rides. It could be that these pedals are slightly convex, or just flat, but the raised axle becomes apparent after a while - especially when riding at a faster, steady speed when the feet are dealing with a rather constant pressure and don't move much.
So while I think that these are ok for the money, I sincerely hope that they will fail soon, so that I can explain my boss why I need to spend more on some good aluminum pedals.
These OneUp pedals solved both issues. They have a nice wide platform with a thin profile which allows me to adjust my foot position and angles as needed during long rides to address any knee pain. They are also very grippy and work well with any of my running shoes.
Very nice pedals ... I will probably get some more for my mountain and fat bikes
This pedal is so much better than the ones it replaced. Better clearance for strikes due to the narrower profile, more control and foot placement options with the larger platform, lighter due to the composite construction and I fully expect these to last for years.
The composite material seems to glide over strikes better, where the aluminum pedals tended to dig in and stall the bike.
Pin grip into my 5Tens is fabulous, better than the pedals that were replaced. I've noticed that I can actually lift a pedal when stopped now without having to hook a toe underneath, as the pins grip the sole of the shoe so well.
Get a pair, you'll like them!
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Reviewed in Canada on December 27, 2020
Reviewed in Canada on December 29, 2020