Video: DJ Brandt Rides Race Face's Updated Chester Pedals

Sep 4, 2019
by Race Face  

We set up RF freerider, DJ Brandt, with the latest version of our fan-favourite pedal - the Chester - to see what he could do with them. He headed out for a weekend of fun with his crew in Colorado and Utah and the resulting video is a thing of beauty. The good times never stop when Chester is around!

Read all about the Chester pedal over on the Race Face website.


FEATURES

• Slim, lightweight concave platform
• New tread for increased grip
• Cro-Mo steel axle on a bearing and bushing system
• Tough nylon composite body
• Replaceable steel pins
• Serviceable internal parts available
• 2-year warranty

Colour: Black, Blue, Red, Green, Orange, Purple, Yellow, Turquoise, Pink
Built For: Trail/DH/FR/DJ
Bearings: Cartridge bearings and DU bushings
Platform Size: 110mm x 101mm
Axle Material: Chromoly steel
Body Material: Nylon composite body
Weight: 360g / pair
Height: 15mm - 18.4mm
# of Pins: 16 SHCS hex traction pins per pedal

MSRP: $49.99 USD


Video credit : Tory Powers / Full Frame
Rider: @djshreda and friends

The new Chester pedals are now available at your favourite RF dealer or online at ShopRFE.


16 Comments

  • 10 0
 With composite pedals being so light and inexpensive, I'll never buy aluminum pedals again.
  • 1 1
 Had Crankbrother Stamp 1 pedals this year, split one apart and cracked the other one in just two sessions. Nothing uncommon.
Guess the combo of riding concrete pump track, +4bar tyre pressure, ~90kg thicc boy and stiff carbon cranks makes the pedals them the weakest link.

Used to ride Dartmoor candy pros for years, haven't had an issue with them, but swapped the Sixpack Millenium pedals from the enduro bike and understood that I like the extra grip and the flatness of the pedals - felt nicer.

Won't be trusting composite pedals on ht bike anymore, maybe get the stamps for my enduro tho. Besides braking they felt nice.
  • 10 0
 Nothing like a no footer cover shot to advertise new pedals!
  • 5 0
 Probably the most important time to need good pedals Wink
  • 6 0
 This makes me miss Ranchstyle!
  • 3 0
 Second that.
  • 5 0
 360 grams . 50$ . If I knock out a pin I just buy a new set of pedals.
  • 1 0
 My NS radiance pedals are right around 400 grams, have a good shape/feel, and I haven't had an issue with either pair in the year I've owned them. I think I got them on sale for around $80 too.
  • 3 0
 I'm having trouble seeing what's different from the old, besides the grooves on top of the pedal.
  • 2 0
 So much cheeky beans. Mad skills
  • 2 0
 That was dope
  • 1 0
 Those some mighty fine moves you got there Pardner!
  • 1 0
 Can anyone tell me what song this is?
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