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HT Supreme pedals

The HT Supreme starts life as a basic aluminium extrusion, which is then heavily CNC-machined. This trims meat from the leading edges and corners to boost clearance when leant over,…

Score 7


This is the stealth black colourway edition of HT’s T2 Enduro pedal, which is £10 more than the base price. There’s also an oil slick finish for another £20. The…

Score 8

ht gd1

The problem with single-sided clip-in pedals like the HT GD1 is that it’s rarely the right way up and you’re always going to struggle getting clipped in.

Score 6

ht ans-10

Designed in conjunction with the racer Martin Söderström, the HT ANS-10 Supreme is a compact pedal with an extruded and machine aluminium platform.

Score 8

ht x2

The HT X2 is another downhill pedal, and this one was developed with the help of multiple World Cup Overall champion, Aaron Gwin.

Score 8

ht pa03a

Most cheap plastic (sorry - glass-reinforced nylon) pedals feel like something you’re saving up to replace, but the snappily-titled HT PA03A is solid.

Score 9

The only reason we can see to buy the T1 over XT is for the colours, of which there are seven.

Score 7