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Pedaling Innovations Catalyst Pedals

18 Reviews
SKU: PDLNVTNCTYST
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18 reviews

Awesome pedals

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These pedals are awesome. They're huge and comfortable to use. No matter what shoes I'm wearing they stick to the pedals like glue and I'm only using the default pins not the larger included pins. I got the blue color and it's super pretty. Highly recommend!

In a league of their own!!!

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Love these pedals. I am about to buy another pair for my new race bike!!!Nothing more to say!!!

Tuff

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Great plate form for big feet and rough terrain I feel very planted on the bike, extremely tough

Great Pedals

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these pedals are great, going from clipless to these was easy, the push through the pedal feels like more power to the wheel.

Huge and perfect for midfoot pedalling

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Very satisfied with how large these pedals are. Can easily fit 70-80% of my shoe footprint on them I can feel the differnce in midfoot pedalling. Number of pins make my shoes stick well.

Have to remember to move the foot forward to get pedals further back under the arch of the foot.

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These Pedals feel really good, I find my feet slipping on them slightly compared to my previous flat pedals and am thinking of changing some of the pins for the longer pins supplied with the pedals. There are 72 spare pins so I could replace all but from reading other reviews I would just change the corner ones and one of two others in the middle and see how I go.

Also moving my feet back trying to get to the pedalling position recommended by the manufacturers I found the grip is better and have not got around to changing the pins yet. That position also gives a different pedalling feel that I think will help my sore knee and improve my riding over time.

My only complaint is I want a lighter blue for one bike and a darker blue for another, the blue is really nice and looks OK on both bikes but more colours choice would allow the pedals to match all my bikes nicely.

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