DMR Vault Pedal Review

Dec 14, 2011
by Simon Paton  
DMR Vault pedals: The Vaults are the latest pedal to come out of DMR HQ, based in England. DMR are listed in the platform pedal history books with their well known V8 and V12 models that have sold in the thousands. For the Vaults, DMR went back to the drawing board, developed these pedals over a two year period and then released them out onto the open market at the end of 2010. The Vaults make use of a larger platform than most other designs, with it measuring out at 115 x 115mm. Total weight for the pair is 438 grams on our scale. The Vaults retail for $139 USD.

DMR Vaults.
The Vaults feature a massive platform size and eleven pins per side to keep your feet in place.

DMR Vault pedal details:

- Extruded 6061 aluminium body
- 115 x 115mm platform size
- 17mm body thickness
- 4140 cromoly steel axles
- Titanium axle upgrade kit (335g total weight, 185lb rider weight limit)
- Aftermarket 'flipPin' pin kit available
- DU bushing and cartridge bearing internals
- Weight: 400 grams (claimed), 438 (actual)
- MSRP $139 USD

The details: What sets the Vault pedals apart from the crowd? Their massive 115mm square platform that is roughly 20mm longer and wider than some other options out there. That large footbed should put the Vaults on the radar of any riders with massive feet, or those who like a lot of real estate for their shoes. Their large size doesn't necessarily mean a large weight, though, with them coming in at 438 grams on our scales. Part of the reason for the reasonable weight is their minimalist body, including the tapered shape, with the corners of the underside's lead edge removed. This also reduces the Vault's frontal area to limit the chance of pedal strikes. Overall body height is a somewhat standard 17mm, but they do use a concave, dished shape that should do a good job of minimizing the chance of slipping a pedal.

DMR Vault pedals. Photo by Si Paton.
The Vaults also make use of side to side concave that has been machined into the pedal body (left). Hex head pins thread in from the pedal's opposite side (right).

DMR has spec'd hex head pedal pins - 11 per side - that thread in from the opposing face. While the thread pitch and size means that you can likely pick up replacements down at the local hardware store, the stock pins make use of a larger diameter shoulder that should provide extra strength and support. They haven't tried to rewrite the book with the Vault's internals, instead employing a standard layout of an inboard DU bushing with a sealed bearing at the outer end. Stock axles are of the 4140 cromoly variety, but Vault owners can shave a further 35 grams by installing the aftermarket ti-nitride coated titanium versions. Cake chasers should take note of their 185lb weight limit, with it also being an upgrade that the huckers and chuckers out there might want to avoid.

DMR Vault pedals.
You can drop another 35 grams from the Vaults by installing their ti-nitride coated titanium axles (left), as long as you don't weigh more than 185lbs. An aftermarket pin kit is also available in different colours, consisting of 44 steel pins (right), with 16 shorts and 28 long pins.

Performance: Can we agree that your pedals are only as good as your footwear? Descending down the Champery World Cup track wearing a pair of high heeled Manolo Blahniks (or just a ratty pair of shoes, for that matter) will certainly have a negative effect on your performance. Pop on a pair of any of the latest tacky soled kicks and you'll discover a world of diference. With that said, we won't hesitate to say that the grip provided by the Vaults is second to none. It literally feels as if someone has lashed you to the pedals, it's that impressive. The pedal's side to side dish and massive platform play a big role in that secure feeling, but the Vault's pin layout is also key. The pedal's four central pins are slightly shorter than the outer seven, creating a concave that makes you feel as if your feet are "in" the pedals, rather than gripping to the top of them.

DMR Vaults.
The Vault's shape tapers at the front and back, saving valuable weight without decreasing performance, to match up with the contact area of the sole of your shoes.

The huge platform also means that there is more useable real estate available. That could add up to the pedal being easier to find after having to thrown out a foot, or that you'll be more likely to plant your foot back into a comfortable position after doing so. What it didn't mean, at least for us anyways, is more pedal strikes. Despite the pedal body protruding out from the crankarm more than with other designs, we can't say that we suffered from more impacts than usual, although one hit in particular did manage to knock a single pin askew. We've put a full year of riding on the Vaults and reliability has been great. They are still spinning smooth and without rattles, despite a full season of abuse that included countless races, muddy conditions and absolutely no service. There just hasn't been a need to pull them apart yet. The Vaults don't make use of any special sealing system or internals, but that may be the key to their longterm reliability - they are simple and just keep running smooth.

The Vault's offer up loads of traction, but there is a tradeoff for that sure-footedness. Some riders may actually find that they have too much grip, while others will counter that there can never been enough. If you find yourself constantly shifting the position of your feet in corners, or to get more extension for inverted tables and other tricks, you may want a set of pedals that don't bite so hard. We can also see the massive 115 x 115mm platform size being more likely to make contact with roots and rocks when compared to a smaller platform. Those who throw in extra pedal strokes on the trail where others don't could up the chance of pedal strikes if using the Vaults. This will certainly depend on the riding style, though, with many likely not noticing the difference.


Pinkbike's take:
bigquotesDMR's classic V8 and V12 pedals worked well, but it was time for them to release an updated design to compete in the high-end pedal market. Their Vault pedals do just that, with great looks, solid reliability and impressive traction. These are all around great pedals that simply make sense to us. - Si Paton

www.dmrbikes.com





136 Comments

  • + 54
 Am I the only one scared of a rider weight limit on a pedal?
  • + 1
 yeah
  • + 1
 I guess if you want a race only pedal the ti would be worth it. They do look pretty sick though!
  • + 1
 The V12's had the same rider weight limit if you had upgraded ti axels, i'm 30lbs over the weight limit for the ti axels so had standard axels in my V12 mag's for 4 years and never had a problem i wouldn't worry about the strength of the standard pedal
  • + 18
 Exactly - what does 185Lb mean... a 250Lb dude doing XC will certainly baby his pedals more than a 150Lb dirt jumper...
  • + 8
 Just a set of V12's spiced up really. I mean I'm a big fan of DMR and always will be, but they always offer great prices for fantastic products, bit cheesed off about the price of these though tbh. :/ Neg prop me if you wish, but it does say discuss.
  • + 7
 I run a set of these on my dirt jump/ all round fun bike and they are lovely, properly confidence inspiring and the only maintenance I have done in a full season's riding is to tighten the pins once. The only thing I would say is that if you hurriedly put your foot back on the pedal in a weird position (say heel kicked outwards) you can't slide it into the right place, you have to pick your foot up and put it back down in the right spot, there is that much grip.

ScottPattenden: I wouldn't say that they are just an upgraded V12, they are a complete redesign being slimmer, lighter, larger and more grippy. If that is your version of spiced up then please, come spice up my bike. (God knows it needs it.)
  • - 4
flag fr3er1d3r (Dec 14, 2011 at 8:51) (Below Threshold)
 I think I'd get other pedals for the price range. I'm thinking Straitline Amps for my new pair
  • + 1
 The best thing about DMRs is they last ages until they start to seize up and you have to grease them again. My v8s have lasted 11 months so far and they havent needed to be greased yet.Still spinning as good as I got them.
  • + 1
 I'd assume the weight limit is the absolute minimum. I'd expect them to be able to take a hell of a lot of load, but they're playing it safe lawsuit-wise with the limit
  • + 7
 If you're worried about the weight limit then don't get to ti axles.
  • + 0
 I have seen them bent by riders under that limit just flat landing off drops..
  • + 1
 good work DMR on the max wieght advice
.Ive seen Ti axles snap! my friends XC bike riding hard out of the saddle up hill, HUGE gash up his inner ankle LOADS of blood, trip to the A+E, the cut was so deep it needed internal AND external stiches
nothing but CroMo for me....
  • + 2
 ive lost all faith in dmr, after cracking 3 898's and hearing of my freind cracking a set of these pedals..., ive still got some old v12's wich are going strong, i think dmr may be trying to save to much weight on the newer products..
  • + 1
 Got a pair back in June. Love them. Amazing grip and massive platform. @230lbs havent had a problem yet. Obviously dont get the Ti axles...
  • + 1
 @Patrick9-32: i have a Shimano Deore FC-M617 Crankset 2x10-speed crankset. will the dmr vault fit
  • + 1
 @Gusewers: Yep, no fitting issues there. it is just standard 9/16" pedal thread.
  • + 41
 I haven't seen a lot of people with these, I don't really think that they have taken off just yet to be honest. I reckon its to do with the price, £90 for the pedal, and then another £60 on top of that for Ti axles, its a lot of money for a piece of metal that you would expect to get scraped about a lot. That's what the bonus was with V8's and V12's, they were cheap as chips and they performed well, that's why they have sold thousands, if they break, you can pick up another pair for £25. The Vaults are just too much money, yes they are wicked pedals, and they provide good grip and with a reasonably light weight, but are you willing to spend a minimum of £90 to get that performance?
  • + 7
 Yes, hands down best money I've ever spent on my bike! Pimp
  • + 4
 Completely agree with KennyKillslt. I bought a set at the start of this year and now 4 of my riding buddies are riding them after having tried them on my bike. Totally worth it.
  • + 17
 Superstar Nano's offer a large platform, low weight and low cost. Running two pairs on different bikes. Amazing grip, reliability and look good. Enough grip to ride Morzine with 5.10s but also able to get feet off for tricks. Awesome pedals. These DMRs look the business but expensive compared to others on the market.
  • + 2
 my mate got some for his dmr 898 and has now snapped two pairs... i've demoed a few sets of these and they feel absolutely amazing, everything you could want... except brute strength it seems. i love dmr's other products, my v8s are great, so it's a shame that i wouldn't now buy these
  • + 4
 Sounds to me like your mate just needs to ride smoother Wink
  • + 1
 Can be had for £60 or £70. Expensive yes, but I was after something with the same platform size and grip as Wellgo B54's which are dirt cheap but too chunky and bearings wearing out after a couple of years. Best thing on the market that matched the grip and platform were Vaults. Solid construction, lightweight and fit chunky Five Tens perfectly. Got them on the full sus as a luxury and decided I had to get them on the hard tail too. I'm sure you can get pedals similar for cheaper. Just if you're in the mood to splash out, these are damn nice.
  • - 3
 theyre not very wide, so theyre not brilliant with a wide shoe, that might just be me, but i also think that £90 is a bit steep, i know someone that has them, they havent helped him in the slightest, hed perform the exact same on a bike with say some crankbros 5050's
  • + 5
 I run Podium pedals. Not gonna discuss the price, but if the grip is good, why not pay a little extra?
  • + 3
 Because i personally think you can get the same standard of grip with a Dmr V12 pedal for half the price. im not ripping on the vaults at all, but the v models seemed such good value and yet the vault is so expensive
  • + 1
 I find that the pins in the pedals make a huge difference to grip, I recently change my wellgo v8 lookalikes pins and offer more grip than any other pedal i've tried. So that mixed in with platform size is all that matters personally.
  • + 3
 I will never understand why some people are paying $200+ to just go and smack their pedals on rocks. I've got the Deity Compounds. $60, 330 grams (half the price, 100 grams less weight and thinner), replaceable everything. Plus, when they do hit rocks, they slide off better than any metal could and don't shatter like typical plastic pedals.
  • + 1
 look sexy however
  • + 1
 I second the compounds they are cheap easily rebuildable and slide on rocks instead of getting hung up...my only gripe was that they arent concave at all but Im good with a dremel Wink
  • + 1
 joemtbftw. I have been running V12s with terror pins for years, and they just aren't a patch on these pedals. The bearing quality, pedal profile, grip offered...everything is just ten times better. As for your size problems, these things are almost the largest platform available, which is great for guys like me with size 14s that like to ride on the ball of their feet. Best thing Ive ever bought for my bike, no contest.
  • + 1
 Yeah, thats what im saying, V8s and V12's are amazing deals, ive got a pair from about 3 years ago (which arent used anymore) but off my old hardtail, theyre still perfect, i agree that the v8s and 12 are great pedals, but i think the vaults are smaller and porbably just as good but over 2 times the money
  • + 1
 aye V8s have a puny platform but massive pins, and cheap too!
  • + 4
 I don't live far from DMR and used to use V12's back in the day, until I found superstar.tibolts.co.uk/product_info.php?cPath=42&products_id=127

Way better value and the same as Kona Wah Wahs (same factory)

I've smashed them into the ground loads, including in the rocky terrain in Spain, they just keep going and going...
  • + 1
 I have them too, they are brilliant.
  • + 1
 The superstars have a tonne more grip than V8s/V12s, but I think DMRs build quality wound be better.

A pic of my superstar pedal, clipped a rock and the pedal ripped clean off the axel. Similar thing happened to my brothers SS nano too...

www.pinkbike.com/photo/6863920
  • + 1
 tip for dingus, dont clip rocks! Wink
  • + 1
 I can't promise anything...
  • + 1
 I have these pedals / had them. A few of the bridges right next to the spindle shell snapped on both pedals. DMR said I could get new ones but I won't ride them again. They are light and grip well but there are pedals out there with the sae qualities that work better.
  • + 1
 Had these for over 4 month on my AM rig - happy then ever. Switched to Vault's over my Crank borther 5050 - and i super happy! They are super gripy. superr light, comfortible look sooo damn awesome! They are 79£ a pair if you look for them. Got mines for 60£ a pair at sale at CRC.

Now bought second set for my XC bike also!
  • + 1
 Best pedals I've ever bought! Ran V8's and V12's previously, and and when I spent my money on DMR again they did not disappoint! It's funny reading through the description of performance as I have had nearly the exact same experience. They've took a few hard knocks, one pin has been bent in (by the way it seems as if the shape of the pedal allows for, dare I say it, a crumple zone, as the pin bent as nicely as it possibly could have! lol), but in general the grip and durability are top notch!

All the reviews of this pedal shows it speaks for itself when you use it. The closest thing to it seems to be the Superstar Nano's, but I hear a lot of people saying the axle's bend on them after hard hits... they just don't seem to be as robust as the Vaults, but I've enever used the Nano's.

In conclusion, DMR Vault's are the dog's ballix!!!
  • + 1
 I think their a sick pedal, i just find it interesting that they so don't run the ti-nitride coated titanium axles if your over 185lb. I would think that if someone who is 150 lb could still land something awkward and bend/snap an axle. I wouldn't have a great deal of confidence in these axles if they require a weight limit.
  • + 1
 Do you think the platform on the Vault pedal could be too big for some feet... I wear a size 9.5 us / 9 uk

Can someone post an image of a caliper or ruler across the pedal?
It seems like I should consider the pedal sticking out to the side of my shoe too much.
  • + 1
 I bought these to fit my size 12 Fivetens and I dont think they give too much grip, they are just right.
And they look great, too!

There are other pedals that look great and are big, like Spank Spike or Syntace nr.9, that are much more expensive.


I wouldnt use the Vaults on trails where you are likely to hit rocks, though - for that I still have my old indestructible 5050´s.
  • + 1
 Do you think the platform on the Vault pedal could be too big for some feet... I wear a size 9.5 us / 9 uk

Can someone post an image of a caliper or ruler across the pedal?
It seems like I should consider the pedal sticking out to the side of my shoe too much.
  • + 3
 Si, what's up with this reference to Manolo Blahnik? Your girlfriend been making you watch Sex in the City?
  • + 2
 I have had a pair of these in purple and i have to say they are the best pedals i have ever riden it feels like I'm clipped in there that good! Plus they look sick!
  • + 1
 I think the query hasn't got quite enough answer options, 'cause the need of traction depends on riding style. For instance, you probably can't have too much traction for dh, but for jumping too much is too much.
  • + 2
 have you ever seen a clipped in dirt jumper?
  • + 2
 Actually, I saw this kid this summer who was trying to dj with his xc fully and he was clipped in lol . The point I was trying to make is that there isn't a good answer for everyone in the query. For exampel, if you ride both dh and street, which answer are you gonna pick? Tricky one I think.

The pedals on the other hand look nice and I really like the way the platform tapers towards rider's heel.
  • + 2
 if your rode clipped in for downhill and flats for street then you would easily pick the flat pedal riders answer because you are looking at these for street not downhill if you ride clipped in there, but that query could definetly be better designed
  • + 1
 These pedals are immense!!, seriously grippy and solid, I would never look back, as the same as any decent pedal with teeth, it bloody hurts when they "bite" without shin pads Wink
  • + 1
 I have had bad expirience with this pedals. They bends easily. On one of DH runs just smashed my right pedal for two pieces. They are built for very light riders and dont forgive mistakes you make.
  • + 1
 Awsome set of pedals got a pair at a decent price throught my mate that works at my LBS, abit to sticky for DJ use in my opinion so i will be transfering them over to my big bike when I get it.
  • - 1
 Seems to me like there's 1 pedal factory somewhere, making 99% of all brand's pedals.
DMR, Nuke Proof, Superstar, Kona Wahwah, etc, etc - the only difference seems to be price.
So same pedals, why wouldn't you just get the cheapest? i.e. Superstar
  • + 1
 Got a set a few months back and they are awesome! Just be sure to wear shin guards because if ur foot does come off its very painful
  • + 1
 The Spikes are 125$...not 160.
  • + 1
 liked the size of these pedals, they got that spot on, and weight is good too, and looks. But the fact that there isnt much concave made me not get on very well with them
  • + 1
 I've ridden these for a few months and love them! Only negative thing has been a lost pin. Glad they come with few extra ones. Other than that, flawless performance.
  • + 0
 I think I know why they call this the Vault.. Because you need the codes to the bank vault to get your hands on one! haha There are pedals more expensive than these though.. So yeah..
  • + 3
 I will stick with my straitlines, they have the best grip in my opinion.
  • + 1
 Don't knock em till you try them. I tried Straitlines quite a bit before I got my Vaults, they definitely do not have as much grip as the Vaults.
  • + 2
 I've tried both. I find that they both have equal performance as far as grip goes. The Straitline AMPs may, just may, have slightly less grip, but keep in mind that there are less pins. I like my AMPs because they weigh more or less, oh I don't know, nothing! But on the other hand, the Vault's huge platform was definitely something I appreciated.
  • + 1
 Fair enough. I wont deny that the original Straitline's were great pedals, but the platform of the Vault's are what make it for me.
  • + 2
 I don't like the original Straitlines. I only like the new AMPs.

I was going to get another set of Vaults for my Kona Bass (pics in profile) but being DMR, no one local has it. When I had them on my Cannondale Trail SL3, I got them from Chain Reaction Cycles in the UK. It was an expensive hassle to get them. Straitlines, however, are designed and made in BC, which means they're easy to get and hey, being in a bad economy, I see no problem with helping out local businesses.
  • + 1
 i have the DMR V8 pedals and i ride them for over 2,5 years and they still perform perfect so DMR pedals are VERY RELIABLE ! Big Grin
  • + 1
 These look pretty good all around. 400g is not too bad but $140 for cromo axle, i don't know about that one. Those nickle plated ones with blue pins are the clear winners.
  • + 1
 I think the reson why these arn't selling that well is because you can get superstar pedals for so little, and i bet there isn't much preformance difference.
  • + 1
 Faultless clasic, love my ti mag V12's but time for them to be handed down to another bike in the shed and get a pair of these (when I get the cash!)
  • + 3
 Gotta ask my shins first.
  • + 1
 *shudders* I STILL have gashes that never healed up right from my old pedals. These things terrify me. But I still want them.
  • + 10
 Five Tens. End of problem.
  • + 1
 So true.
  • + 2
 I've used these before. They are AMAZING. Flawless. Sure, my shins were scared of them, but I never, and I mean never, slipped and my shins didn't have to have an appointment with Dr. Pain. S'all good. I've since switched to the Straitline AMPs only because of the weight savings. PS - You don't realize just how big of a platform these are until you get them. They're big.
  • + 3
 $130 for pedals WTF!!!!!
  • + 1
 hey spank spikes are $160 brother
  • + 7
 Don't buy them? Here, may I suggest these? www.amazon.com/Mighty-Alloy-MTB-Pedal-Pack/dp/B001V536XG
  • + 2
 thats because their GOOD pedals, not pieces of shit
  • - 8
flag monkey-man (Dec 14, 2011 at 9:13) (Below Threshold)
 Sorry But over 100$ for pedals is just stupid, they cost about 15$ to make and the rest is profit. P.s I will nit be buying them. And a 30$ pair of dmr V8 are just as good.
  • + 3
 wrong wrong and wrong!
  • + 2
 I hear ya monkey-man.

When did platform pedals reach XTR price status?
This seems to be the age of completely overpriced anodized pedals with laser etched logos.
What a joke. On top of that, I wonder if there will there ever be a platform pedal under 250 grams?
  • + 1
 V8 are no where near as good as Vaults. Not bad, but world of difference. Still I'm sure they cost a fraction to make, but they are worth more money. Won't be long until the price drops and copies come out.
  • + 1
 monkey-man - I can assure you that these cost much more than $15 to make. As you can see they are cnc machined from one piece of aluminium. If I remember correctly it takes 12 hours to machine one pedal. So that is a day of machining to make the pair. Hence the price.

From my experience I'd say these are a great set of pedals. They do have lots of pros and cons though, as most mtb equipment does. Much more grip than the V8/V12's, but sometimes too much. I find myself having to take my foot off to reposition it rather than just slide/wiggle it. But if it is on at a funny angle it isn't coming off easily, which means you can get through that rough section. The anodizing is very good and doesn't really scratch too easily. Some of the pins on mine came loose, but after a fresh dab of loctite they are all good. I've used them on my dh and xc bikes. i really like them on my xc hardtail as i can almost use them like an spd and pull up as i pedal, due to the grip. I much prefer them to my old V12's as they feel a lot sturdier when standing on them which inspires a bit more confidence.
  • + 2
 I can understand people whined when straitline came out with 300$ flat pedals but 130$ for pedals isn't too crazy I find, especially since it's one the few parts you are in contact with at all times... If you ride really rugged tracks you know that great pedals are priceless.
  • + 1
 Deity Decoy 2.5 pedals. I've been riding those for about a year now, and they are the best pedals I have ever owned.
  • + 2
 what's that dude on about, 100 dollars and up is a pretty standard price to get yourself a real nice pair of pedals
  • + 1
 Yer if all you care about is how they look! I'v had a set of 30£ wellgo pedals for about 5years never let me down, I used a set of burgtecs for two weeks and they fell to bits! pedals do one job keep your feet on the bike that's it!
  • + 1
 and some do it better than others, it's like saying all cars are the same because they get you where you need to go and that's it.
  • + 1
 The wellgos I had that came stock with the bike had like zero grip even with five tens impact. Paid like 100$ for V12s and they had insane grip. One of the best investment I've made on that bike. V12s aren't really a fashion statement either...
  • + 1
 iamsharpy I don't know where you got your information, but Profile racing makes 24 sets of pedal a day
  • + 2
 evilamish - directly from my one of my friends who works at dmr.
  • + 1
 Bought these on a whim and they are amazing for DH. Grip like a hubcap in the fast lane. Love the large platform.
  • + 1
 Nice looking pedals. It's all about traction, and these look like they got it in spades.
  • + 1
 Ride a set of really flat pedals for a week.....then go back to these.....You will notice how 17mm feels like stilts....
  • + 1
 I've got the DMR V8 and I love them. I've never had any problems with them. Love the traction, saved my ass once or twice.
  • + 1
 please, look at those pins. Imagine dragging your leg across that Razz My pedals are bad enough as is
  • + 1
 Today my first ride whit the Vault's and FiveTen shoes. They stick together like glue! I like them vey much.
  • + 1
 Love my Vaults! I use them for trail riding. The wide platform feels great under my shoes.
  • + 1
 Great review! Very helpful yet I'm still stuck between getting these or spank spikes...
  • + 1
 Holy square edge to throw over the bars......Nice colors Not on my DH bikes
  • + 1
 the only problem i've had with mine is the pins fall out very easily, otherwise, awesome pedal!
  • + 1
 I used a small drop of locktite
  • + 1
 I didnt even use loctite. Just tightened them after a few days and haven't touched them in months. Everyone is still there.
  • + 1
 yeah they sell them loose
  • + 1
 I love how simple they look. Reminds me of the old school Easton Cully's. compact, concave, and grip like a cat on carpet.
  • + 1
 good pedals nice grip, i had to strip and regreace one once so far in 6 months uk weather xc use Big Grin
  • + 1
 The design is fantastic but the platforms are made of chocolate. So disappointed with mine, have run V8 and V12's for years
  • + 1
 Too much traction can be an issue, as you need to lift your foot to reposition it instead of sliding it
  • + 1
 The design is fantastic, but the platforms are made of chocolate. £90 not well spent
  • + 1
 Seen some of these and they are real bad boys for the rougher terrian.
  • + 1
 And how many of you actually weigh 13 stone?? 185lbs??? not many i bet!!
  • + 1
 best pedals i have ever owned
  • + 1
 You can never have too much traction!
  • + 1
 I hear super glue on pedals is fairly innovative. JK Big Grin
  • + 1
 They look really cool especially the chrome one. I'm inSmile
  • - 1
 I doubt you'd notice much difference between these and getabmx.co.uk/getabmx/Wellgo_B25.html for a nearly a quarter of the price...
  • + 1
 best flat pedals ive ever had...amazing
  • + 1
 I wonder how good the anodizing is. Looks awesome though!
  • + 1
 pedals are pedals... go v12 lol
  • + 1
 Ok. Hmmmm.... I like my Azonics...
  • + 0
 Look alright but still waaay too thick! Hence the lack of side profile shots... Make 'em thinner I say!!
  • + 2
 these are not thick by any means...
  • - 2
 Ehhhm? I don't know what you're comparing them to (?), but 17mm is roughly 4-5mm (25%!) thicker than a lot of other pedals out there.
  • + 1
 compared to alot of popular pedals we sell in the shop i work in, they are a comparably pedal
  • + 1
 imagine a pedal bite with this thing
  • + 1
 still missing build in pov camera Wink
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 worth every penny. best pedals i've ever had.
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 NICE!
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 I LOVE LOOKS OF THEM
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 are these good for dh
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 thiner is better
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