E-Thirteen Base Composite Flat Pedals

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If you are looking for a high-quality composite pedal that will keep you planted on the bike, you will love the E-Thirteen Base pedal. Drawing on the pin layout from the original LG1 Plus and Race pedals, they feature 22 pins (11 each side) on the large 100x110mm platform. Better yet, being composite, they are light and with the steel axle, extremely durable too. Sweet!

Who's this item for: For any flat pedal shredders out there looking for an affordable and grippy pedal.

Dimensions and Weight: The thin platform is 100x110mm and they weigh only 388gm.

Bearings: They feature an inboard bushing and outboard bearing design for smooth spinning pedals.

Pin Quantity: 22 pins. They also come with another 22 short pins so you can really tune your fit.

Materials: They feature a composite body with a heat-treated steel axle.

Pros: Durable, light, grippy and won't break the bank. 

Cons: Not as light as some other composite pedals.

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