Race Face Atlas Alloy Pedal

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It's back, and it's burlier than ever.

Wider, thinner and more durable than ever before, the Atlas pedal is a lean, mean, grippy alloy machine. Bigger platform, longer and adjustable pins, easy serviceability, 9 colours to choose from and a Lifetime Warranty – the Atlas pedal once again shows its best-in-class performance pedigree.

Who's this item for: The Atlas is designed with gravity focussed riding in mind and is suited to use on Trail, Enduro, DH, and e-MTB's.

Dimensions and Weight:

  • Platform L X W: 110 x 108mm
  • Platform Height: 12mm
  • 386g

Pin Quantity: 20 SHCS hex traction pins per pedal (10 per side).

Materials: 6061 Aluminum body, Chromoly Steel axle.

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2022
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2022
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2022
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2022
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2022
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Reviews

4.3

Just a heads up

by -

Bought this pedal and love it, awesome colour and grip, I'm definitely a big fan. Just a heads up to people that do a lot of shuttling. I don't know what the rest of the world is like but in AUS a lot of shuttles use trailers with a simple mechanism that they just drop the bikes crank into a tube and then tie the bike down using an elastic. Due to the large bearing on the inside of the pedal this makes it almost impossible to fit the pedal and crank down into the tube, I have to take my left pedal off and hold onto it before I load it up, then put it back on at the top of the hill. This bit of info might help make up your mind on pedals, but besides that shuttle issue the pedals are insane.

Race Face Atlas Pedal, 30 days on

by -

Great pedal, no more slips especially the Thredbo rock garden, but arguably more damage to my shins than ever before (more due to stopping on the trail in kicking the pedals, or loading the bike on/off the ute).

Beward of it coming loose!

by -

The pedal would be top marks if it had not come loose several times. The bolt that holds the pedal body onto the axle has loosend off several times - you can feel the play developing and it's time to tighten it up... although one time i didn't and the whole pedal detached from the axle... not good. Got locktight on it now and will see how it goes.

Great pedels. Light qnd grippy.

by -

Great pedels. Light qnd grippy. Make sure you check the end caps aren't loose or just tighten them up. Mate lost one on second ride and had to purchase a whole bearing kit which includes them.

Not as grippy as I had hoped

by -

I can't exactly complain too much about the grip; but I'm sure the Afflect pedals had more grip. I may just need new FiveTens.

The pedals r awesome and

by -

The pedals r awesome and the grip is great well worth the purchase.

Ratings & Reviews

7 reviews

Just a heads up

by -

Bought this pedal and love it, awesome colour and grip, I'm definitely a big fan. Just a heads up to people that do a lot of shuttling. I don't know what the rest of the world is like but in AUS a lot of shuttles use trailers with a simple mechanism that they just drop the bikes crank into a tube and then tie the bike down using an elastic. Due to the large bearing on the inside of the pedal this makes it almost impossible to fit the pedal and crank down into the tube, I have to take my left pedal off and hold onto it before I load it up, then put it back on at the top of the hill. This bit of info might help make up your mind on pedals, but besides that shuttle issue the pedals are insane.

Race Face Atlas Pedal, 30 days on

by -

Great pedal, no more slips especially the Thredbo rock garden, but arguably more damage to my shins than ever before (more due to stopping on the trail in kicking the pedals, or loading the bike on/off the ute).

Beward of it coming loose!

by -

The pedal would be top marks if it had not come loose several times. The bolt that holds the pedal body onto the axle has loosend off several times - you can feel the play developing and it's time to tighten it up... although one time i didn't and the whole pedal detached from the axle... not good. Got locktight on it now and will see how it goes.

Great pedels. Light qnd grippy.

by -

Great pedels. Light qnd grippy. Make sure you check the end caps aren't loose or just tighten them up. Mate lost one on second ride and had to purchase a whole bearing kit which includes them.

Not as grippy as I had hoped

by -

I can't exactly complain too much about the grip; but I'm sure the Afflect pedals had more grip. I may just need new FiveTens.

The pedals r awesome and

by -

The pedals r awesome and the grip is great well worth the purchase.

Specifications

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Race Face Atlas Alloy PedalRCFCTLSPDL
Black - 2022821973415345
Blue - 2022821973415352
Green - 2022821973415369
Kash Money - 2022821973415376
Orange - 2022821973415383
Purple - 2022821973415390
Red - 2022821973415406
Silver - 2022821973415413
Turquoise - 2022821973415420

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