Magped Launches the New Sport2 Magnetic Pedal

Feb 14, 2021
by magpedNA  


Press Release: Magped North America


Magped’s new Sport2 magnetic pedals offer the perfect compromise between flat and clip-in pedals to provide the rider with the same game-changing benefits of the original Sport model with a stronger lighter body and more colours to choose from.

“At Magped, we are constantly innovating and listening to our customers’ needs,” said Magped North America CEO Rick Hopp, “We designed our original Sport magnetic pedals for riders who wanted the grip and added efficiency that clip-ins provide, but the peace of mind that flats give when you need to easily detach anytime. The new Sport2 magnetic pedal delivers all this and more in a stronger and lighter CNC cut aluminum pedal with an improved three-bearing system. As an added bonus, they are now available in a number of new colours to ensure our riders can coordinate their Magpeds with their setup.”

Complete your ride with the Sport2 in your favourite colour.

High-quality flat pedal made from light CNC cut aluminum with a CrMo spindle.


Magped Sport2 Details:

Details:

• Stronger: Sport2 pedals will provide the rider with up to 38kg of pulling strength. Different strength magnets can be interchanged to suit riders needs.
• Lighter: High-quality flat pedal made from light CNC cut aluminum with a CrMo spindle.
• Weight per pair with magnets:420g - 458g depending on magnet strength
• Adjustable: High-performance neodymium magnet is adjustable in height via an integrated polymer damper unit and adjustment screw.
• Shoe plate included: Made of rust-resistant coated steel, resistant to dirt and compatible with all SPD bike shoes
• Dimensions: length = 104mm, width = 92mm, height =18mm
• Colours: Now available in dark grey, orange, green and pink
• Price: $115-$130 US


The Sport2 is available now at www.magped.us or contact us at office@magped.us. For more information click here.


181 Comments

  • 360 1
 The best thing about Magpeds is finishing a ride and finding old coins, musket balls, and ancient iron artifacts attached to the bottom of your pedals.
  • 18 1
 Seems like a great way to see where the junkies shoot up.
  • 48 0
 do you ever feel sorry for the people who think THEYVE DONE IT, FINALLY. they release their press release to PB. wait patiently. then hours later, check back on PB to bask in the fruits of their labor only to see...excellent jokes? RIP, pride.
  • 15 0
 @ccolagio: Yeah, nearly all of the comments were very very negative and harsh, so I decided to make a light-hearted comment. I appreciate the amount of effort they’ve put into it, particularly for recreational riders. I think this technology could also be a GREAT fit for Pelotons / exercise bikes, particularly if using magnetic plates in cross-training shoes that can be used for multi-activity workouts in the same shoes.
  • 4 0
 @ccolagio: Or even worse, the click here link 404s ?
  • 2 1
 @WRCDH: Yup - for any technical riding these are terrible. I use them on my touring bike now and they are pretty good for that. I like wearing shoes that I can actually walk in when touring.
  • 2 1
 Winner of the Internet right her FOLKS!! ????
  • 1 0
 @ccolagio: I feel the same way about the release of jokes I feel are excellent.
  • 66 2
 Since the late 90's I've seen this idea rehashed over and over again. "Magnetic pedals! The future! Game changer!"

I'm my nearly 25 years on a mountain bike not once have I seen anyone actually using these.
  • 29 0
 I just did the Magped experiment. I ride around the Lower Mainland/Squamish. After a month of riding with them, I went back to platform pedals. The issues I had were they just didn't provide enough magnetic pull/grip and my foot would come off. Also, sometimes I like to 'smear' my foot on the pedal, and the magnet didn't allow for any fine movement. However, unlike SPD, they don't lock in the same place every time, so it took a few tries to connect in the right foot position. The pedals are also heavier that normal platform. I think these would be fine for XC riding or touring, but not great for techy all mountain.
  • 35 0
 @azawad: it seems like an awesome idea.heavier than flats but you can't move your feet around. Can't be clipped in/pull up as strong as an spd. And shitty shoes with compromised grips for inevitable hike a bike sections.

But we have pretty colors.
  • 11 0
 @azawad: The video is pretty clear on their application. Gravel footpaths through the Alps.
  • 1 0
 @azawad: Did you ride the Enduros with the dual magnets?
  • 4 0
 @onemind123: will these work with an e-bike?
  • 2 0
 Thanks for the awesome info... I’m on the fence and this is the first honest review I’ve seen@azawad:
  • 1 0
 @azawad: Are Shimano SPDs usually enough grip for you?
  • 4 2
 @idecic: e-bike would be a perfect application - wire them up as an electromagnet - when it senses you putting pedal effort it locks them in, when no pedal input it frees your feet up!
  • 3 0
 @onemind123: Yes, I really want my pedals to unlock when I’m hitting a jump or rock garden...
  • 1 0
 @azawad: I agree, I have a set of the Enduro pedal, could never get my foot down first try in the right spot. BUT what really was my main issue. I was still wearing hard soled clip in shoes, feels the same as being clipped in, no flex grip around the pedal. I want a shoe with the same flex and feel of a nice five ten flat. The steel plate could be bigger, make it easier to get a solid connection, less pins( which I did) for easier time getting foot centred properly. I think its an ok Idea thats just needs to have a few refinements. I may cut up and old pair of flat shoes and try making a bigger steel plate myself.
  • 1 0
 @azawad: a review! thank you
  • 1 0
 @Chuckolicious: Yes I did. I used the strongest magnets possible. Note that I am also a Sasquatch so maybe someone lighter might stick better, but that doesn't explain away all of the other downsides.
  • 1 0
 @kmk2199: The good news the whole package with pedals and shoes only cost me about $500...oh, wait...f*ck me, I'm an idiot...
  • 1 0
 @alexsin: Yes totally, but I mostly ride platform.
  • 1 0
 @onemind123:That would never work for all mountain riding, but maybe for road riding. Seems like trying to solve a problem that doesn't exist though. Plenty of good clipless road options.
  • 1 0
 @threehats: I felt this was the best aspect of these pedals. (your a Brit, so I think you'll get that...).
  • 1 0
 @p1nkbike: Anytime! I wish I had that advice before dropping $500 on the whole kit.
  • 61 0
 These look like they've got positives and negatives
  • 16 0
 They’re a really polarizing concept, but they have a certain attraction for sure, they’ve stuck around forever.
  • 32 0
 Good to see both them and that 170mm enduro being used to their full potential. Wonder if they've considered the health benefits too, they should team up with the companies who sell your gran revitalising/5g shielding bracelets.
  • 4 0
 Was thinking the exact same thing. After that first 17ish ft drop, I was glad to see he was wearing the ankle protectors this company makes.
  • 30 0
 I'm more interested in how Magped managed to get the landscape behind the bike in focus when looking through the green pedal on the Cannondale but out of focus when actually looking everywhere else... Otherwise, I remain mystified as to what problem a magnetic pedal is supposed to be solving.
  • 4 0
 Ahaha good spot I’m more interested in how they managed that than these super duper ferrous trail detritus collection devices
  • 3 0
 Once you see it....
  • 6 1
 Also... spokeless front wheels. Who knew?
  • 2 1
 If you have a moment i would like to introduce you to a new fangled piece of software called Adobe Photoshop. Something tells me its going to be popular in the near future.
  • 9 0
 It’s not Photoshop, it’s iPhone Portrait Mode which has been ruining pictures of people’s bikes since 2017.

The 12 Pro is a lot better now, but the X, which is what they used for that photo, always leads to terrible results.
  • 1 0
 @ninjatarian: either way, its terribly executed post, which is nothing new.
  • 23 0
 @S1mmo: AND the right stanchion of the fork is completely missing, too!
  • 2 2
 @chrsei: LMFAO, crazy!
  • 8 0
 Didn't you know, Magped provide a slot for a personalized photo to slide into your pedal. They also have a carribean style offer you shouldn't miss...
www.pinkbike.com/photo/20141940
  • 1 0
 you can thank Iphone for that, they add a horrid looking blur to their photos when in portrait mode
  • 1 0
 @maybenotaprofile: lmao that's too good.
  • 1 0
 It looks like they took these with a smartphone in portrait mode and somehow didn’t manage to notice before this marketing material went out.
  • 4 0
 It's the magnets aligning the photons and pulling the image into focus... Gotta be.
  • 1 0
 @maybenotaprofile: So good hahahahaa!!!
  • 1 0
 yeah, cheers for ruining my day haha!
  • 1 1
 @chrsei: It had been left behind lol
  • 1 0
 @JonnyTheWeasel: first thing i noticed, looked like an amazon headphones description
  • 18 3
 I honestly would love to try them. I tried riding clips, but it did not work for me.
  • 73 4
 Have you tried, trying again?
  • 22 2
 Do, or do not. There is no try.
  • 7 0
 I’ll ship you mine for just the shipping charge. I spent 220 USD on shoes and enduro pedals. Road them at snow summit and mammoth bike park for 2 month of park riding.

Do not ever buy these pedals. DO NOT. A famous Star Wars quote, “ITS A TRAP”
  • 3 3
 @ratedgg13: so you walked as soon as you jumped out of ypur mothers womb, It didn't take any tries...
  • 6 0
 @IllestT: this is the truth
To paraphrase the great Blenki
You ride flats and try clips , you go back to flats, you get really good on flats then you can ride clips
(Doesn't apply to roadies)
  • 3 1
 @kroozctrl: Maybe you had them upside down and it was the wrong polarity.
  • 2 3
 @DJ-24: incorrect, if you had the wrong polarity then it would repel your shoe on contact, not be connected then you hit a rock garden and it dislodges. also, you cant even install it backwards. yea go on mcmaster carr and look up those magnets. they are in an aluminum cup. there no counter sink at bottom large enough to recess the flat head screw.

maybe you should actually try the pedal and drop money if you don't believe it. I warn be several times not to waste their money on this piece of shit.
  • 1 0
 @kroozctrl: what did you think about them overall? I think there's a German company that also does something similar and one guy was saying they're pretty cool. Seems way too expensive for a pedal imo but people love balling out on custom parts for their bikes so I understand the appeal.
  • 3 2
 If you can’t learn how to use clipless pedals then I’m not sure mountain biking is for you.
  • 1 0
 @IllestT: i laughed very loudly
  • 1 0
 The trick for me was when shoes started having longer slots. So instead of dancing on your toes on rigid disco boots you could slide the cleat back to get a position like you would have on flats. Plus the new era of light/comfortable/stiff shoes like the Specialized Cliplite 2FO. This is the best of both worlds.
  • 1 0
 @DylanH93: flats for life.

I’m all for innovation, hence why I purchase the pedals. But if I feel more confident in my fiveten and stamp 7, something is up.

Personally I need the stupid slot on the clipless shoe to be longer. So when I bring this up to a stranger on a chair lift, then tend to agree with me as they also center their foot for my stability.

Supposed I can swap the left and right spindles to make my foot centered on the magped but it still doesn’t solve the magnetic pull issue. It feels like two engineer thought of a solution to a problem but didn’t bother doing proper testing on different environments.
  • 1 2
 @unrooted: ehhh no if you can’t master proper form on flats, then I don’t think mtb is for you.
  • 17 5
 No, really, guys! I know it's been a completely stupid idea for years - for very obvious reasons to anyone who rides bikes and understands how magnets work. But THIS TIME, it's totally going to work.
  • 20 1
 magnets! how do those work?
  • 4 0
 I may be missing something, but I'm not sure the way magnets work is the issue, in that they have a very strong pulling force directly in line, but weak in sideways translation. IE, you will have a strong force resisting you lifting your foot off the pedal (or it getting bounced off in steep and rough terrain) but without losing the ability to slip the foot off sideways, where retention is held by the pins, with tunable pin height.

Still HIGHLY sceptical though of course, haha
  • 1 0
 @L0rdTom: Yeah, same here, unless a good, round pedal stroke means your pulling motion may be kind of sliping backwards as well, I don't see the problem
  • 3 0
 @L0rdTom: Part of the problem is that the magnetic pulling force falls of extremely quickly with distance. Which is very bad if there is dirt on either pedal or cleat. Foothold will be all over the place, depending on conditions.
  • 1 0
 @Ttimer: yeah I understand that, it's something like an exponent of 4? Any amount of build up that would make THAT much difference would also make a cleat unusable though?
  • 2 0
 @L0rdTom: You are right - the magnet part works. The main issue I had is that it took a few tries to get the foot position right. Unlike SPD, the Magpeds don't have a precise connection point, and I'd have to pull off and reset 2-3 times to get it right. I think proper engineering can fix this, or at least make it better.
  • 2 2
 @L0rdTom: nope pedal dislodge on rock gardens. Snow summit and mammoth different dirt and different kind of gnar. They’ve dislodged on a 10 ft drop.

I hate them even more because the foot is positioned directly on the spindle. As a flat pedal rider, I ride with my foot centered. Taking a drop, it feels like I would pull a Rachel Atherton and hyper extend my calves.

A straight up redesign of the whole system is needed. Not to mention seeing the amount I paid and inspecting the pedal to find out it’s a forged chassis versus machined doesn’t help the cause.

If you are riding a road bike. Or a flat XC trail these pedals are great. But for park trails...I would rather get those shimano Sandals clipless shoes.
  • 2 0
 @kroozctrl: Forged metal is often stronger than billet machined, so I’m not sure why that’s a bad thing.
  • 2 0
 @MaplePanda: not based on my experience. I have 10+ years of engineering design. I would rather have tempered aluminum than forged aluminum. Forged only works if the design was well thought out. I’ve chipped off corners on the magpeds. While for other pedals, just a scratch. As the design was thought out for rock strikes hence chamfers or proper edge breaks.

Forged is good for static loads, but once you slap dynamics things change. I’ve shatter for forged products under a 1 g load than I have a T6 aluminum part.
  • 1 0
 @Ttimer: Other part of the problem is neodymium magnets rust extremely easily and when they do they lose strength so problem not great in wet climates. Also they are very brittle.
  • 2 0
 @93EXCivic: pedantically speaking, only iron, and it's alloys, "rust".

anyways, I am sure a simple epoxy coating of the magnet it's self would solve this issue
  • 10 0
 I’ve recently started riding flats after hundreds of years on SPDs and while my mind wanders I’ve dreamed of something like this.

Couple of issues with these, single sided and only a few pins coupled with SPD shoe’s lack of grip and rubber density designed for having pins shoved into it. Probably making them a bit more of a recreational solution.

Also, dry trails? What’s that?
  • 10 0
 Love the no bikes sign on the post.
  • 39 0
 The pedals actually dragged that sign from a few miles away...
  • 4 0
 That just means you can't lean your bike on the fence . (-;
  • 10 0
 I’m not convinced these will catch on
  • 19 0
 Yet I feel attracted to them.
  • 20 0
 @deadlyhifi: It seems to be a polarising product. Some people feel attracted, some repelled and some feel nothing
  • 4 0
 @browner: I feel like you have ulterior motives for posting this....like, one could say you have a nonferrious personality.
  • 13 1
 @deadlyhifi: Please stop with these terrible puns. I'm getting solenoid with them.
  • 4 0
 I bet they have the monopole on the market.
  • 10 0
 Need a pinkbike test of these. Get Levy on a pair.
  • 2 0
 Yeah, keep Kazimer off them though.
  • 1 0
 I see a pair of broken ankles in Jason's future...!
  • 8 0
 Genuinely curious to see a review of these. Come on PB you need fresh content and we need answers as to whether they truly suck or not.
  • 6 0
 Our soil in Colorado contains iron. So my magnetic osprey hydration clip holds onto soil over time. Not a big deal for that use but does impact performance until I sweep it out. I can’t imagine the mess these would make.
  • 4 0
 I bought the 1st gen model because I bought a pair of 45NRTH Wolvhammers for the cold, but my OneUp pedals still couldn't hold me on to the pedals with these boot treads. I chose the 150Nm based upon my weight. I used two plastic shim plates to build up the heights to make the metal plate flush with my soles. However, I just could not get the magnet to hold my foot rearward enough- I felt like I was pedaling on my toes vs. mid foot. The enduro models have magnets on both sides of the pedals, which would be better on a bumpy trail when the foot comes off. I bought a pair of XT clipless pedals to use instead with these boots. YMMV.
  • 1 0
 I had the 150N magnets too initially on a set of Enduro pedals based on the weight recommandation. Switched to 200N and was better but still could not lift the bike with one pedal connected. They also made a set of stronger plates recently (30% force increase) and they're perfect now.
  • 7 1
 You will get foot cancer from the radiation from the 5g magnetic tracker in them.....I am anti-mags.FREEDOM!
  • 9 1
 I will line my shoes with tin foil. I have plenty left over from lining my helmet to protect me from 5G, the CIA, the Masons, Bill Gates, the lizard people, the crab people, Professor Charles Francis Xavier...
  • 8 0
 @iamamodel: Roost = Chem Trails. DO RESEARCH.
  • 1 0
 @watchmen: Oh man I didn't know that but its so obvious when you think about it. I mean REALLY think about it.
  • 2 0
 I always feel like my feet aren't quite where I want them riding flats, so I'd love a way of making sure they were always in the same position. But I'm pretty sure this isn't the solution (especially with a nice layer of mud getting between the magnet and the shoe...)
  • 5 0
 That's funny cause I also am very particular on foot position, but i always feel like I need to adjust my clip position. flats let me move my feet around without stopping and tweaking screws.
  • 1 0
 A strong magnet will attract through any muck.
  • 1 0
 200N magnets and new stronger plates and you'll have no issues with the force. They also have some plastic plate frames that will ensure the position is always the same. It was not perfect for me because with a pair of FiveTen Hellcat the shoe was not close enough to the crank for my lyking. But with a little bit of cutting and grinding I manadged to make them work perfectly.
  • 3 1
 These are pot magnets (both poles are on the contact face), which means there magnetic field only had a reach of a few mm, and drastically declines with even the smallest gap between them and their counterplate.
Makes a lot of these comments (picking up stuff from the trails etc.) irrelevant (still funny though) and would render them pretty much useless in snow or sticky mud.
  • 3 0
 Sorry for the typos (blame the phone), I seem to be unable to edit the post.
  • 2 0
 My regular pedals pick up stuff from trails. This would retain any ferrous detritus on the magnet as well as the regular dirt and debris that cakes on and dries onto the pedal.
  • 2 0
 All terrain they are useless. Hard packed dirt, the dirt gets stuck in the crevices of the shell and magnet. Loose kitty litter, well dislodged because mammoth dirt hides the crunch. Mud you can’t even mag on.

Like I’ve been bitching for a year NEVER buy these pedals. I’ve tested these in 2 different bike parks for a season in different conditions.

The pedals need a straight up redesign not just better magnets
  • 2 0
 i can see its a possible good idea, like clips but a bit safer for those who want flats without the foot bouncing, dont see any issue with mud, 1.ur foot is on the pedal over the mag, 2. its no diff from clips you need to bang/wipe to get mud stones out.
i would like to try them, as someone with knee/hip probs i have a problem sometimes getting my foot just right, i do use clips but find depending on situation they can hurt my hip.
  • 3 1
 It’s a polarizing topic. I am a flat pedal rider. When I race downhill I ride flat pedals but when I ride trails I use Megped enduro pedals. They get my foot to the right place and they’re just as easy to get out of. They work for me and what I want from a pedal
  • 2 0
 They had my interest till I watched the video. All interest is gone now. Also looking at the magnet and cleat positions . The magnet is behind the spindle of the pedal. A SPD cleat sits on the centre-line of the spindle. Too me it should be on both sides of the spindle to maintain similar foot positioning.
  • 4 1
 But the Magnet is at different ends of the pedal depending on which way is pointing up?? That's gotta feel weird. ( Weirder..)
  • 1 1
 Definitely seems like it would be a bit discombobulating. I get antsy when I feel one cleat is 5mm forward or aft of the other. This would be like 5cm!
  • 2 1
 Upon closer inspection, it appears the magnet is only on one side of the pedal.
  • 1 0
 Their Enduro pedal has magnets on both sides — and the magnets are behind the axle on both sides: www.magped.us/shop/magped-enduro

The Sport pedal shown in this article only has a one-side magnet, and other side of the pedal functions as a normal flat pedal.
  • 3 1
 @WRCDH: Maglock did it better, putting the magnets in the shoes and the plate in the pedal, but all of them are a dumbass idea.
  • 1 0
 @Waylonwaylonwaylon: Hmmm, I also wonder about the shoes in either system semi-permanently attaching to the electric motor magnets in an e-bike, if a shoe got too close, haha =P
  • 3 0
 @Waylonwaylonwaylon: with the added benefit that you can walk up the side of shipping containers
  • 1 0
 @Waylonwaylonwaylon: Maglocks were also ridiculously heavy.
  • 4 0
 I can imagine if I had them I would have all sorts of things attached to them, keys, hair clips... it would be a nightmare
  • 1 0
 Yeah, but did you see that they are resistant to dirt !!! What even is this cutting edge technology
  • 2 0
 Where are you guys riding your mountain bikes?! Wink
  • 1 0
 Correct me if I’m wrong but won’t you have a lot of rotational movement with this design. Your foot might not come up but it seems that it still could move in every other direction. Also, will this pedal be able to handle the force of a very strong pull?
  • 2 0
 We've had pedals like that. Speedplay Frogs (which it seems they still make! www.speedplay.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=home.frog) had unlimited free float. They felt like standing on ice at first but once you were comfortable with the release point your feet would just settle on the right position.
  • 1 0
 I honestly really want to try these. Some reviews have been really positive. My sense is that the reason most of the comments are making fun of these is the standard mountain biking resistance to change/new ideas, but if it works it works. Something splitting the difference between clips and flats in a mountain bike context makes a lot of sense, assuming they can pull it off.
  • 1 0
 They may be way heavier than clipless pedals but at least they don’t work as well...

Seems like someone needs to come up with a fidlock-bottle-ish mechanism that grabs quickly and easily, but then requires a little work to release.
  • 1 0
 The NAME alone is NOT something any serious MTB'er will be interested in. Looks like a product for boomers just getting into the sport who are scared of being ACTUALLY clipped in.
This is coming from a guy who rides flates ????
  • 1 0
 I've ran magped enduro pedals for a while on my hardtail and really enjoy them. once the setup is correct and you've decided on the perfect pin placement, its almost just as strong of engagement as spd ( magnet option is crucial ) I've ran them and have had no issues.
  • 1 0
 I like them. I got a set super cheap to try out then bought another set for my DH bike. I like that when I step on I do not have to find the sweet spot to clip in. They seem to work even if you foot is off a bit and the plate is not totally on the magnet. If my foot is not placed correctly, lifting and replacing is just as easy as a flat pedal. They have enough strength that I can pull the bike up close to me in the air when hitting jumps. On my trail bike I can use them to help pull the back of the bike up over logs and what not. Getting on and off them seems effortless now. My only complaint is the cast cage. I have not broke them but they look cheap. Would like to see a more durable CNCed cage.
  • 1 0
 Having worked at company designing rare earth magnets. I see a couple other issues not mentioned. One neodymium magnets are very brittle which isn't brilliant for a mountain biking environment. Two the rust extremely easily. Like easier then untreated steel and when the rust they lose strength.
  • 1 0
 Good thing those guys got their riding kits out to go do a hot lap around their local park, wouldn’t have wanted the, to get too hot. Especially on that ebike, guy was really flirting with some heat stroke there.
  • 4 0
 Rad, finally a fridge magnet that looks good.
  • 1 0
 Magped should let people do demos at their LBS/demo days, or offer a 100% return policy if you don't like it. I would love to try them, but I don't want to drop the money on shoes/pedals just to hate it.
  • 1 0
 Some bike shops should just have a pair to loan out.
  • 3 0
 I would definitely accessorize with the added reflectors. These seem to be all about the bling
  • 1 0
 So, if I get the covid vaccine, will these interfere with the 5g tracking chips or will the NSA still be able to monitor me? Also, very worried that these might mess with my strava starts.
  • 1 0
 The sound of that funk guitar makes me cringe. They need to unplug it from the direct-in interface and mic the amp, for gods sake
  • 1 0
 Now I’ve had to watch the video. OMG. I could do that riding on plastic pedals wearing leather soled shoes. I mean, WTAF?!! Why have they posted this on pinkbike?!!
  • 1 0
 Shoes for flats and shoes for clips are quite different in my experience and these pedals would not be playing to the strengths of either design
  • 2 0
 I've not read one positive review on these, do they not attract any interest?
  • 1 0
 A great contribution to the sport. They are not going to nick Shimano SPD profits but good creativity. Who knows where they will end up or in what form.
  • 2 0
 Velcro.. velcro is where they’ll end up
  • 2 0
 @emptybe-er: Just don't walk over a carpet Smile
  • 2 0
 Coming to a park bench near you! But I would quite like to try them...
  • 2 0
 These have gotta be Euro Ebike specific
  • 2 0
 Poles apart from anything else on the market
  • 1 0
 Going to install some on my beach cruiser, no longer need the metal detector... I'm gonna be rich Smile
  • 2 0
 Instead of losing pedal pins, you pick them up off the trail!
  • 1 0
 Just needs a coil shock a few bits of wire and you’ve got your own built in ebike generator!
  • 1 0
 Seems like all the disadvantages of a clip pedal paired with all the disadvantages of a flat pedal ????
  • 2 0
 Looking forward to a new set of SPD pedals for sure!
  • 1 0
 I'm waiting for the ones you can adjust with an app. on your phone. Mike save this one for the first day in April.
  • 2 0
 What does maximum performance mean?
  • 1 0
 Someone should fix the link to their website. The current link has 4 w's in it: wwww.magped.us
  • 1 0
 If the magnet were in front of the axle I’d consider trying the Enduro pedal for bike park use
  • 2 0
 Wonder if these will make me just a little faster when I ride North?
  • 1 0
 If flats aren’t connecting you to the bike enough stop being such a melt and go clipped-in!
  • 1 0
 I’m gonna design some antimatter pedals that make your feet explode when you get on them
  • 2 0
 I’d get some
  • 1 0
 Get bike messengers to try them on track bikes! Make them sign a waiver first!
  • 1 0
 Is too soon for April fool!
  • 1 2
 whats wrong with regular flat pedals? i feel like its trying to solve a problem that doesnt really exist.
once u get used to flats, pedal strikes are pretty rare
  • 1 0
 Resistant to dirt, now that’s ground breaking
  • 1 0
 50/50 chance of getting any grip on my pedal. I like those odds!
  • 3 0
 50% of the time, they work every time...
  • 1 0
 I will stick to my flats I think.
  • 1 0
 I think its neat. Someday l would like to try this set up.
  • 1 0
 Question: I have a steel bike, will these pedals stick to my frame?
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 Shredding on top of lodestone could be a surprise....
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 Dumb product is dumb. Quit rehashing this stupid idea from the early 90s.
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 Juggalo pedals, at last.
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 Perhaps the will work for xc riding, but will never keep the shoe in place in high speed and jumps.
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 Couldn't pink bike wait till April to post this?
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 Is it just me or were they riding those pedals on only gravel roads?
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 Was cool until they highlighted the reflectors...
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 If they get any closer they’re gona stick together.
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 no more horizontal pedals for photos Frown
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 That mid 90s skid to fistbump combo was amazing
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 Good pedal for winter snow riding!!
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 Muppet
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 Where are they made is the question
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 Santa's workshop, North Pole. Obviously.
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