XLC Alum MTB Pedals, 9/16"
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- 9/16 inch Cr-Mo spindle
- Aluminum body
- Removable reflectors
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9/16 inch cr-mo spindle. Aluminum body. Removable reflectors. Pedals for bicycle purpose. Adult but can fit on any kind of bicycle.
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Some of the other reviews here have mentioned that they are kind of stiff. Some even recommend adjusting the bearing tightness in the pedals. I do not agree with this and actually would advise against it. To do this, you pop open the little plastic dust-covers, potentially breaking them and letting in more dirt in the long run. Yes the pedals are kind of stiff when they are brand new, but after 4 weeks of riding mine have significantly improved now. I would say ride them for about 50-60 miles and they should loosen up.
One negative point, the black paint/coating on my left pedal is already coming off. This is just a cosmetic issue, but don't expect them to stay solid black for too long.
Update:8/20/16 after riding them for a while, the grip has diminished to a terrifying degree. It's as though the soles of my dc skate shoes has worn the spikes down and rounded them off. They were good while they lasted, but I think it's time to upgrade.
Install was easy. I didn't have a pedal wrench so I used what I could find that sorta fit, a 5/8 wrench and I was able to take my old ones off and put the new ones on with no problem.
After riding a few miles on them I'm more than pleased! They are far better than the stock ones that came on my Schwinn with a far better grip without being sharp on the edges. I'm not worried about scraping my calves or shin when putting my leg down on these.
Some people say they feel too tight to which I'd like to say two things:
1) You are peddling with your feet, not your fingers. If you compare your old pedals to these ON YOUR BIKE & WITH YOUR FEET I doubt you'd feel any resistance to speak of.
2) Everything I've read says pedals always start out a little tighter then loosen up after 50 miles or so and I'll update in a few days with how true that holds although I'll have to spin them by hand cause I doubt I'll feel it through my feet, it's already smooth.
EDIT: Peddles loosened up for me in 10-15 miles on their own. No need to take apart.
I borrowed a... well I can only describe it as a pedal wrench since that seems to be its only use... and I used that to get the last few turns accomplished as it got more difficult to turn with my fingers the closer to the frame I got. The tool helped a lot.
They were well packaged, shrink wrapped to a piece of cardboard inside the shipping box. They're clearly labeled on the screw side L or R so you know where to put them.
I'm not a cyclist or anything, I just have it to ride a bit with my little girl, and so far, so good. These are a nice width for my size 11 1/2 feet.
I'll be sure to update this if anything changes. For the price though, I'm glad I got these over the universal ones they carry at the b&m target store.
Reflectors can be popped off easily enough if you want to install clips
Like every other pedal I’ve seen, they are stamped “L” and “R” on the end of the shaft.