The best mountain bike flat pedals of modern times all have one thing in common – their big, sturdy platform. The Supacaz ePedal looks to flip this on its head…
Most flat pedal manufacturers now have a more affordable nylon option in their range and the latest with a placky-platform is Deity.
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.
When Shimano’s patent for a sprung loaded clipless mechanism expired, the DMR V-Twin jumped on the design to create DMR's first ever clipless pedal.
Designed in conjunction with the racer Martin Söderström, the HT ANS-10 Supreme is a compact pedal with an extruded and machine aluminium platform.
If you are a rider that favours a soft and flexible shoe then the durability and styling of the Race Face Chester pedals makes them a very appealing option.
It’s fair to say the DMR V11 is a plastic version of the company’s award-winning Vault pedal. It is slightly taller, but has a similar sized platform with the same…
The new Crank Brothers Mallet E features most of what we love about the burly Crank Brothers Mallet DH but in a slimmed-down package.
The new Pembree D2A pedal is still machined from high-grade aerospace aluminium, but the 100mm x 110mm platform is now one-piece.
The UK pedal firm just sent us a brand-new Carder Ten4 flat pedal for our recent grouptest. How did it fare? Read on to find out.
The Nukeproof Horizon flat is the pedal of choice here amongst MBR staff. The platform isn’t the thinnest, but it’s dished out enough to keep shoes stable.
Burgtec MK4 composite pedals' 16mm tall composite platform is a close approximation of the alloy version, with 1mm concave cut away in the centre.
OnOff AM Resin has a similar look to alloy Hook pedal with chamfered edge and same 12 pins per side, but it’s actually bigger, with a 105x105mm platform.
E*Thirteen Base is a composite flat pedal fresh on the market. It’s 50g lighter and £90 less than the high-end alloy ‘Plus’ pedal it’s based on.
The DMR Vault is one of the best selling flats around. Machined from an extruded piece of aluminium, the platform spins on a heat-treated steel axle.
The UK-designed Burgtec Penthouse Flats MK5 pedals have evolved into their fifth generation. Do the improvements stack up in the real world?
The new E13 Plus Pedal platform borrows heavily from the old E13 LG1 pedal originally developed for its gravity range.
Transition Bike Company’s component division ANVL has a completely redesigned Tilt flat pedal. The new 6061-aluminium platform is 105mm across, 17mm tall and uses an offset parallelogram design.
Crank Brothers is the only company to offer pedal platforms to match shoe size. The Stamp 7 LE is available with a small and large size.
Red Bull Rampage rider Tyler McCaul’s Deity TMAC pedals are on the bigger side of the spectrum. Well-positioned sharp pins keep shoes totally locked down.