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ANVL Tilt V3

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.

£89.95
Score 8

The Nukeproof Horizon Pro is the flat pedal of choice here amongst MBR staff. The platform isn’t the thinnest, but it’s dished out enough to keep shoes stable.

£74.99
Score 10

Designed in conjunction with the racer Martin Söderström, the ANS10 Supreme is a compact pedal with an extruded and machine aluminium platform.

£79.99
Score 8

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.

£129.99
Score 8

Burgtec MK4 composite pedals

Burgtec MK4 composite pedals' 16mm tall composite platform is a close approximation of the alloy version, with 1mm concave cut away in the centre.

£39.99
Score 9

deity tmac

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.

£129.99
Score 9

dmr midi vault

DMR Midi Vault cut down version of award-winning DMR Vault, in that it has a 10% smaller platform.16g lighter and offers a bit more cornering clearance.

£100.00
Score 9

Look X-Track Race Carbon

Look X-Track Race Carbon is designed with a bit of extra body width compared to others in its category, providing it with a really positive shoe engagement.

£99.99
Score 9

kona wah wah 2

The Kona Wah Wah 2 takes the original Wah Wah's a large platform, thin profile and grippy pins and brings them bang up to date for today's trail riding.

£59.00
Score 9

Shimano Saint flat pedals have new, bigger cold-forged platforms, but a slimmer chromoly axle and more sculpting means they’re lighter than previously.

£129.99
Score 6

look x-track en-rage plus

For the latest Look X-Track range of pedals Look has adopted a ‘Can’t beat them, join them’ approach of Shimano-style mechanism.

£99.99
Score 9

pedaling innovations catalyst

Let’s start by stating the obvious: the Pedaling Innovations Catalyst pedal is huge! Or, to be more specific, it’s much longer than a traditional pedal.

£79.99
Score 7

time mx6

The open design and twin bar system means the Time MX6 is a solid performer in muddy conditions; muck is simply squeezed out of the way when clipping in.

£89.99
Score 9

One Up Composite flat pedal

The One Up Composite flat pedal takes a unique approach to its flat pedal design, eschewing the commonly held theory that a concave profile works best.

Score 8

Exotic Thermoplastic pedal

The Exotic Thermoplastic pedal is ludicrously cheap at just £23.44 including postage! They’re available in four bright colours, as well as black or white.

£23.44
Score 9

acros a-flat md

The Acros A-Flat MD is the entry point to the range; above it lies the XL with its larger platform and the SL featuring a titanium axle.

£74.99
Score 8

shimano xt m8020 trail

Barring some small cosmetic differences, the Shimano XT M8020 Trail pedal has changed very little since it was first introduced.

£94.99
Score 9

shimano saint m820

Rather than going for the articulated, caged pedal like the old DX M647, the Shimano Saint M820 is a fixed position pedal in the same vein as the XT Trail.

£109.99
Score 9

funn ripper

The new Funn Ripper follows in the footsteps of Funn’s popular fixed position pedal, the Mamba, in having a super wide body for extra foot support.

£100.00
Score 7