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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.

£34.99
Score 9

chromag contact

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.

£89.99
Score 9

one up aluminium pedal

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.

£89.00
Score 8

crank brothers stamp

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.

£89.99
Score 7

DMR V8 New

Enter the 'new' DMR V8 V2. DMR claim this new pedal is more refined, more streamlined and more user friendly than the original V8.

£37.99
Score 7

funn mamba

If the old adage 'bigger is better' is true then the Funn Mamba pedal should be snaking the competition and bringing home the gold.

£113.00
Score 8

nukeproof neutron evo

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.

£29.99
Score 9

More than 10 years old, but even up against far more modern competition it’s still a great caged clipless pedal.

£74.99
Score 9

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

£99.99
Score 7