The Race Face Atlas flat pedal is the Canadian brand's no-holds-barred premium flat pedal. Lightweight and thin. And grippy.
The Nukeproof Horizon 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.
Lightweight and tough, the Spank Oozy Trail is arguably the lowest profile pedal we've trsted with the least potential for harmful rock strikes.
With its unique axle design, the ultra thin Specialized Boomslang is one of the more unusual flat pedals out there. And it's one of the best too.
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.
Long time mbr favourite, 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.
Designed with hardcore Canadian brand the Chromag Contact is Brandon Semenuk's very own pedal, universally acclaimed as the world’s most stylish mountain biker.
Lightweight, offer a ton of grip and should go a couple of seasons before they need servicing.
One Up Aluminium Pedal takes a different approach to others, with a single size, slim profile and oversize inboard bearing sitting close to the crank.
Feet come in different sizes, so why not pedals? That’s the question Crank Brothers asked itself before designing its range of Stamp flat pedals.
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.
Enter the 'new' DMR V8 V2. DMR claim this new pedal is more refined, more streamlined and more user friendly than the original V8.
If the old adage 'bigger is better' is true then the Funn Mamba pedal should be snaking the competition and bringing home the gold.
The Nukeproof Horizon CS CrMo Trail is aimed at XC and trail riders wanting a bit more support than you might get from a regular XC style SPD pedal.
The Nukeproof Neutron EVO shows that a budget plastic pedal can cut it with the metal big guns when it comes to on-trail performance.
Eye-wateringly expensive it may be, but the NumberNine Titan is top quality.
More than 10 years old, but even up against far more modern competition it’s still a great caged clipless pedal.
The only reason we can see to buy the T1 over XT is for the colours, of which there are seven.
The World Force is a solid performer, and the best Azonic pedal to date
An incredible flat pedal — tons of grip and well balanced