Power Grips High Performance Pedal Kit (Set Pedals + Straps + Hardware)
|Price:||$58.21 - $99.33|
- Weight:Weight: Approx. 12.3 oz (350 gr.) /pair, including straps.
- Aluminum alloy bodyand amp; cage
- Sealed cartridge bearings
- Precision ground chromoly spindle
- Low profile platform
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High Performance Pedal Kit includes 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. Weight:Weight: Approx. 12.3 oz (350 gr.) /pair, including straps. Aluminum alloy bodyand amp; cage Sealed cartridge bearings Precision ground chromoly spindle Low profile platform Includes Power Grips micro-adjust bracket which easily adjusts to fit different shoe sizes with a standard 4mm allen wrench Only available in 9/16 pedal Size Extra Long straps recommended for shoe sizes 12 and over(simply selectand quot;XL Black" in theand quot;color / Size" box below), depending on type of shoes. Measure the circumference of your shoe at the widest point, if it is 12" or larger, you need the extra long kit. How it works Power Grips patented Dynamic Tension design works by combining the natural rotation of your foot with the diagonally positioned strap. As you rotate your foot, the strap naturally tightens and loosens, delivering exactly the amount of grip you desire...and that the terrain requires. CLICK TO ANIMATE Comparison: POWER GRIPS vs. STD vs. Toe Clip Pedals
Top Customer Reviews
bikes with my favorite shoes or sandals.
You do need to practice getting in and out of the Power Grips, but the procedure is quit easy.
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.
As a roadie, I actually prefer these to clipping in with shoes. You are comfortably connected and allows for a full power stroke. I wear light weight leather sneakers with a very thin sole for best performance.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nothing...Absolutely NOTHING beats this Power Grips combination when you want the most effective balance of peddling energy applied and the comfort of wearing the shoes...Read more