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
If experience is anything to go by you can guarantee it will last and last
With better quality bearings we would find it easier to recommend the Comp V4 Mountain
The Crossride SL really did everything to a superb standard, it’s also lightweight and great value
While the pedal has a super-positive engagement, we would have liked the action to be a little lighter at times
The Look S-Track is a radical looking pedal, but does it really deliver?
Performance falls between Shimano and excellent Mavic and Look pedals
Durable, low-profile and features a large platform but lacks useful concave shape
US firm produces a surprisingly UK-friendly flat pedal - £89.99
A good investment for those with deep enough pockets - £119.99
Aaron Gwin's pedal of choice - £119.99
Does this pedal live up to its popularity - £44.99
A goopd pedal but it struggled in the wet - £69.99
Is this budget pedal too good to be true? - £34.99
An impressive pedal let down by a lack of quality - £64.99