There are so many bike pedals out there. So how do you find out which brand and style are right for you? Check out this list of bike pedals most frequently recommended by Cycling experts to Curated customers, but then talk to an expert to see which pedal is best for you.
- Race Face Chester Composite Pedals Red
- Crank Brothers - Stamp 1 - SMALL - Orange
- Shimano XT PD-M8120 SPD Pedals
- Shimano PD-R8000 Ultegra Pedals
- Shimano PD M520 SPD Pedals White
Crank Brothers - Stamp 1 - SMALL - Orange
Downhill mountain biking. Crank Brothers are a household name in mountain bike pedals and these would serve any cyclist well.
These are good for all condition riding and will last a long, long time.
Great for budget-minded shoppers still looking to get a quality product.
Shimano XT PD-M8120 SPD Pedals
Uses the tried and true Shimano SPD system, with a more rugged and stable cage. Great for beginners, because it is one of the easiest clipless pedal systems. Good for XC, all mountain, and rocky terrain. Doubles as a make-shit platform pedal for riding around town on as well.
Versatile pedal that you'll feel comfortable with on the trail and around town! Light, decent platform.
Great for all levels of mountain biking and easy to adjust on the go if needed
Shimano PD-R8000 Ultegra Pedals
These pedals will be great for any type of road biking whether climbing or in the saddle for a long day on flat roads. Adjustable tension to make clipping in easier/harder.
Classic shimano design with a carbon platform. Adjustable tension for easy in and out engagement. Light cleats with a classic 3 hole road design. Shimano pedals last!
Shimano PD M520 SPD Pedals White
All around good pedals for technical, flat, and climbing. Easy to clip into, easy to get your foot out - but not too easy. Great power transfer.
Perfect for clipless setups. Nice and light, but still very durable. They work great for XC type rides or for any longer type of ride.
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