Pedals fixie review

#1

are these pedals any good for my fix?

JetBlack MTB

https://www.99bikes.com.au/pedal-mtb-jetblack-super-light-sealed-gunmetal-grey

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#2

If we say no are you going to bombard us with alternatives ad nauseam?

But: no.

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#3

They’d be okay if you’re going to be using straps though?

But if you’re doing that, you don’t need to spend so much. A pair of Odyssey plastics (https://www.99bikes.com.au/pedal-odyssey-twisted-pc-9-16-black-1) or something would be fine.

So from a cost perspective, no.

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#4

First decide what sort of foot retention you want to use, then pick your pedals.

  • straps and toe cages?

  • fat straps?

  • clipless?

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#5

what shoes u going to wear? i’d b going fat straps

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#6

idk about fixay pedals but raceface chesters are goooooood

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#7

If you really want to join the club, Time ATAC pedals with Giro Privateer shoes for every day and some Chrome Truk Pro shoes for when you need to dress up a little.

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