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Xpedo Thrust SL Ti Pedals - 2017
$249.00

- Weight: 168g Ti  - Body: Carbon Injection-Molded - Spindle: Titanium - Bearings: 3 Cartridge  - Retention: MDU Elastomer (Preset) - Q-Factor: ±53 (mm) - Cleat: XPEDO THRUST 7 (6º Float or Fixed) *Titanium spindles have a 180lbs rider weight limit. [more]

Xpedo M-Force 8 Ti Pedals - 2017
$269.00

- Weight: 215g  - Body: Titanium  - Spindle: Titanium  - Bearings: 3 Cartridge  - Springs: SWP  - Cleat: XPEDO XPT (6° Float)  *Titanium spindles have 180lbs weight limit. [more]

Crank Brothers Candy 11 Pedals - 2017
$450.00

Crank Brothers' Candy 11 is the pedal to sate a racer's sweet tooth. This customizable pedal boasts integrated traction pad technology to refine fit, feel and power transfer, while titanium components shave weight. A ribbed body helps your foot grab the pedal body when you've unclipped, though the… [more]

Crank Brothers Eggbeater 11 - 2017
$450.00

Crank Brothers' Eggbeater pedals are 4-sided, making them super easy to enter and exit. Their open design makes them shed mud and debris quickly, and they feature 6-degrees of knee-friendly float. The Eggbeater 11s boast titanium axles, wings, and bodies, stainless-steel springs, and inner needle… [more]

Crank Brothers Candy 1
$59.99 - $350.00

Crank Brothers' Candy 1 pedals combine 4-sided cages for super-easy entry/exit with one-piece composite platforms for foot support and stability. The Candy 1s feature chromoly axles, steel wings, and an open design that sheds mud fast, making them ideal for sloppy conditions and cyclocross. [more]

Garmin Vector 2S Upgrade Pedal - 2016
$499.99

Go from one-sided to dual-sided power measurement with Garmin's Vector 2S Upgrade Pedal. With your standard 2S system (sold separately) you only have power data from your left leg, which leaves the possibility of unknown discrepancies between your left and right sides. Injuries, natural imbalances,… [more]

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