A wide variety of widely used road pedals, mountain bike pedals and pedal extras to boost your pedaling action as well as overall performance.
Fort Courier Pedals. Classic style meets modern technology in the Fort Courier Pedal. If you want old-school looks for your fixie or vintage road racer, but prefer the modern advantages of sealed cartridge bearings and lightweight aluminum body and cage, you're in luck, because the Courier delivers.
Fort Team Road Pedals. The look, function, performance and cleat compatibility of one of cycling's most popular clipless pedals, at a remarkably affordable price. You can spend more on bike pedals if you want to, but look, the Forte Team road bike pedal is stiff, responsive and every bit as efficient at transmitting your pedal power into forward motion as that similar-looking pedal with the funny name.
Speedplay Zero Titanium Road Pedals. The performance features of the Speedplay Zero Pedal System read like a pro racer's wish list. No other road bike pedal system comes close to offering the superior adjustability or cutting-edge performance features of the Zero. By thinking outside the box, Speedplay created and patented the most technically advanced pedal system ever, featuring your choice of either a fixed position or up to 15 of micro-adjustable float. And like all Speedplay pedals, this is accomplished without compromise by ensuring that the locking edges of our pedals and cleats are made of metal, not plastic. What more needs to be said? How about Tour de France, Giro de Italia, Paris-Roubaix, Amstel Gold, Paris-Nice, World Time Trial Championship, Tour of Germany, Tour of California, Tour de Georgia, Hawaii Ironman World Championship and the countless other races that have been won by champions using Zero pedals. Speedplay Zero Pedal Systems are simply the winningest road pedals on the planet.
Time RXS First Road Pedals. If you like the silky five degrees of float that Time's RXS road pedals offer, but aren't prepared to ante up the vast quantity of shekels the top-of-the-line models command, you'll appreciate what the RXS First pedal brings to the table. Trading carbon and titanium for composite and steel, the RXS First pedal has the same float, release angle and release adjustability as the most expensive RXS pedals. Of course, the RXS First weighs more, but you probably expected that, right?
Speedplay Light Action Chromoly Pedals. Designed for the seasoned cyclist or first time clipless user, the Speedplay Light Action Road Bike Pedal System features an advanced hybrid-pedal technology that combines the most user-friendly characteristics found in Speedplay's popular X and Zero road pedals. At a mere 210 grams per pair, these pedals blend the legendary ease-of-entry and luxurious non-centering free-float of Speedplay's X Pedal System, together with the robust spring design and enhanced durability of Speedplay's Zero Pedal System. Dubbed Light Action after its unique low-force, high-security latch mechanism, this pedal provides the easiest and most intuitive entry and release functions offered in a clipless pedal.
Shimano Ultegra PD-6700 Carbon Road Pedal. Shimano's highly popular Ultegra PD6700 road pedal is now available with a carbon body. So now you can get the same silky smooth, highly efficient power transfer and adjustable tension in a lighter set of pedals.
Shimano XTR PD-M985 SPD Platform Trail Pedals. Shimano's XTR PD-M985 Platform Trail Pedal was designed to meet the needs of aggressive trail riders who appreciate the extra control that a wider platform provides. With plenty of grip and nearly ten times more shoe/pedal contact area than the M970, the M985 gives you the extra stability you need to take on tricky trails and technical descents with confidence -- clipped in or clipped out.
Shimano Dura-Ace PD-7900 Road Pedals. Hear that? It's the sound of Shimano's latest volley in the power pedal wars. The new, carbon-body Dura Ace PD-7900 road pedal is Shimano's take-no-prisoners assault on the popularity of Keo and iClic -- and it's gaining ground fast. With a 66mm-wide carbon composite platform delivering maximum stability, replaceable stainless steel wear plate, needle bearings for precision performance and steel axle for flex-free power transfer, the PD-7900 is taking the battle for pedal supremacy to the streets. For the first time, Shimano's legendary solid retention and precise, predictable release are available in a pedal that's nearly as light as the best that Look and Time bring to the front. That makes it a clear winner in our book.
Look Ko Blade Chromoly Road Pedals. Lusting after the vaunted Ko Blade road pedal -- but not prepared to pony up for its premium price tag? Then maybe the Ko Blade Chromoly pedals will appeal to you. As you've no doubt guessed from the name, these pedals feature chromoly spindles instead of titanium. That adds a mere 20g per pedal, but reduces the price of the pair by an entire Benjamin. Not a bad tradeoff, considering they still come in under 115g per pedal, have the same wide and stable carbon platform as the original titanium version and feature two roller bearings and one needle bearing for silky-smooth performance.
Shimano XT PD-M780 Mountain Bike Pedals. Shimano's new PD-M780 clipless mountain bike pedals have an incredible 5 times more surface contact area than the PD-M770 pedals, providing a large and stable platform for increased pedaling efficiency and better control. Riders who find themselves in sloppy conditions will appreciate the generous clearance the offset binding affords, making the PD-M780 Shimano's mud-sheddingest pedals yet.
Speedplay X/1 Titanium Road Pedals. The Speedplay X Series' innovative design and unrestricted float changed the shape of clipless pedals and continues to prove that user-friendliness, comfort, and improved performance are all attainable in a simple, lightweight package. The unique shape of X pedals provides knee-saving lateral rotation, without the self-centering action inherent in most pedals - your knees don't have to work against spring tension. The compact, low-profile shape of X pedals positions your foot closer to the spindle for optimal power transmission and unmatched cornering clearance. And their dual-sided design ensures easy entry and exit. X Series Bicycle Pedals were Speedplay's first double-sided design and earned a prestigious Designers Choice Award from ID Magazine, the premier publication in the field of industrial design.
Fort Campus Pedals. Hey, why not have your cake and eat it too? With the Fort Campus bike pedal you can ride in any shoes you want on the platform side (or don't clip in during sketchy sections), then flip the bicycle pedal over and clip right in! a href=/images/performance/web/PDFs/00-1473 Forte Campus Pedal_INS.pdf target=_blankClick for Instruction Manual/a
Time I-Clic Carbon Road Pedals. The Time I-Clic Road Pedal's featherweight, carbon reinforced body is now easier to clip into than ever. The I-Clic feature keeps the pedal spring open after you clip out. 15 release angle and oversize platform keep your foot securely on the pedal for a complete transfer of power, while 5 angular float and 2.5mm lateral adjustment customize to your pedaling style. Caf cleats with three integrated non-slip stabilizers keep you secure on your feet when you're off the bike.
Crank Brothers Candy 2 Pedals. The Candy 2 pedal is slightly lighter than its brother the Candy 3. Features Crank Brothers' exclusive, four-sided entry within a two-sided platform. With mud shedding design and weight saving minimalism, this pedal can go anywhere on the trail.