Azur Clutch Alloy Flat Pedal

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Description

Azur have dropped the clutch and sent it into drift mode with this great value alloy-bodied pedal. The profile is nice and low to keep your foot stable and reduce rock strikes, while the 10 replaceable pins per side and sealed bearings mean they will be easy to maintain.

Who's this item for: Anyone looking for a low cost, flat pedal for any kind of riding.

Dimensions and Weight: 
  • Pedal Size: 107mm x 100mm 
  • Weight: 335g pair 
Bearings: 3 sealed bearings

Pin Quantity: 10 replaceable pins per side

Materials: Aluminium body with a cr-mo axle

Pros: Nice low profile and good pins for excellent grip, replaceable pins and sealed bearings mean that they should keep on kicking for years.

Cons: These aren't crazy heavy but there are lighter options out there.

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Reviews

3.2

Fundamentally flawed...

by

I am gonna go with Andrew and Colby's earlier 'poor grip' reviews on these. I think the issue is that the design is fundamentally flawed. The spindle housing is thicker/higher than the outer platforms. As the foot (shoe) is essentially a convex shape it really needs a flat or concave pedal to mate with. These are cheap and I would imagine a poorly executed copy of pedals designed by people who understand the concept. They may be a ghost of the period when everyone wanted really thin pedals. I would suggest online shopping pedal photos include square-on projections from the front and side, so that you can see the profile clearly. If you are in the under $75 budget for pedals, steer clear of these. I would dump the 'needs to be alloy' thing and go with something like the Cleanskin C-Flat composites- very slight weight disadvantage, but a better design.

amazing azur pedals

by

these are really good pedals for a good price aswell, the metal bumps on them make your foot stick to the pedal, all around great pedals

not too sure on these yet....

by

whilst I haven't hit the trails full on using these yet, I am sceptical from the outset as I have just noticed riding around the streets that the pedals lack of any pins in their mid section will be a big factor in grip. I am finding my feel slide around way too much for my liking as the pins seem a bit too smooth to securely grab onto the soles of my shoes. I am hoping they improve over time....will update this review in a couple of months.

Questionable grippy-ness

by

Good light pedal with not bad grip if your looking for a grippy pedal either buy another one or replace the pins on this one because on any bumpy section of trail i found that my feet would either move or fall of completely but for light trail and xc it doesn't get much better.

Azur Clutch Pedal

by

Great pedal, weight is awesome and it's a good solid pedal. Easy, quick, and trouble free from online purchasing through to delivery!

Fundamentally flawed...

by

I am gonna go with Andrew and Colby's earlier 'poor grip' reviews on these. I think the issue is that the design is fundamentally flawed. The spindle housing is thicker/higher than the outer platforms. As the foot (shoe) is essentially a convex shape it really needs a flat or concave pedal to mate with. These are cheap and I would imagine a poorly executed copy of pedals designed by people who understand the concept. They may be a ghost of the period when everyone wanted really thin pedals. I would suggest online shopping pedal photos include square-on projections from the front and side, so that you can see the profile clearly. If you are in the under $75 budget for pedals, steer clear of these. I would dump the 'needs to be alloy' thing and go with something like the Cleanskin C-Flat composites- very slight weight disadvantage, but a better design.

amazing azur pedals

by

these are really good pedals for a good price aswell, the metal bumps on them make your foot stick to the pedal, all around great pedals

not too sure on these yet....

by

whilst I haven't hit the trails full on using these yet, I am sceptical from the outset as I have just noticed riding around the streets that the pedals lack of any pins in their mid section will be a big factor in grip. I am finding my feel slide around way too much for my liking as the pins seem a bit too smooth to securely grab onto the soles of my shoes. I am hoping they improve over time....will update this review in a couple of months.

Questionable grippy-ness

by

Good light pedal with not bad grip if your looking for a grippy pedal either buy another one or replace the pins on this one because on any bumpy section of trail i found that my feet would either move or fall of completely but for light trail and xc it doesn't get much better.

Azur Clutch Pedal

by

Great pedal, weight is awesome and it's a good solid pedal. Easy, quick, and trouble free from online purchasing through to delivery!

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Blue9341983044478
Green9341983044485
Red9341983044492

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