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SD+ Bicycle Pedals, Bicycle Pedals 9/16 Inch Axle CNC Aluminum With Sealed Bearings, Non-Slip Road Bike Pedals Aluminum With Sealed Bearings, For All Bicycle Types

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✔️ Non-Slip Surface and Wide Tread - Each bicycle pedal has 16 non-slip nails, make the pedal more efficient, provide you great grip and stability; with large wide tread, driving more and more anti-slip feet, safer and more confident.
✔️ High-Strength Bearing Seal - The bicycle pedals have sealed and self-lubricating bearings to prevent dust ingress and not interfere with rotation and extend service life.
✔️ Sturdy & Durable - Each bicycle pedal weighs just 185g. Can withstand strong forces, minimize friction and save up to 30% physical effort.
✔️ Bike Versatility - Axle diameter is 9/16 inch, the bike pedals are suitable for mountain bikes, road bikes, city bikes, touring bikes, folding bikes, etc. and make it an ideal choice for your ride.

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5 reviews for SD+ Bicycle Pedals, Bicycle Pedals 9/16 Inch Axle CNC Aluminum With Sealed Bearings, Non-Slip Road Bike Pedals Aluminum With Sealed Bearings, For All Bicycle Types

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    A***** K*****

    Good pedals for little money"

    Timur Özdemir's review fits. The preload of the bearings is too high there is ZERO freewheel which may not be good for the bearings in the long run. Whether silicone grease is good or not – I can't say there was some grease in it anyway. It is missing but certainly in the protective cap the bearings are OPEN so the description text is WRONG. You should have invested 2 cents more in production and at the very least used a plastic ring which would have greatly improved the pedals. I assume when copying the original description is that Chinese (?) An error happens the text is not only wrong in spelling and grammar there are no meaningful stamps.

    October 10, 2021

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    G*****

    good legs

    After about 100 km everything is still great. As you can see from the pictures, the spikes are slightly softer than real MTB pedals. But that's exactly what I wanted for my city bike. Even in the rain I have perfect grip. So I can heartily recommend it to you. However, if you like me you really ride MTB with jumps etc. I recommend something higher quality with interchangeable spikes Addendum: After about half a year my left one is probably defective. Some metal grinds on another metal. Actually shouldn't. I have now ridden 1500 km with it but that is not enough. I have not serviced the bearings, I usually do this on May 1 for all my bicycles (and other maintenance of course).

    June 3, 2021

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    R***** R.*****

    Top price performance

    I had an accident my pedals on my bike were broken for the first time this year! What it meant to me to get new ones here ASAP!! Since I wanted sturdy pedals and it was cheap I looked for them… First I went to different bike shops… Most of them were too expensive and when I tried them they were not very comfortable on the foot.. until I discovered and tried them here in the shop !!! Great but compared to here the price was too high…. so I bought it here… two days later they were there and I was able to mount them… now I've scrubbed them for about 2 weeks and already a few miles… I have to tell you that the finish is very very good.

    May 5, 2021

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    T***** D*****

    Very good pedals IF ...

    … you have a degree of craftsmanship with the necessary tools and the associated care products BECAUSE: 1. The pedals are horribly assembled at the factory. The nuts that press the moving parts onto the ball bearing are too tight. The pedals do not rotate freely at the factory. The lubricant used in the factory is silicone grease. Anyone familiar with the subject knows that silicone grease has no place in ball bearings. So if you have a well equipped tool kit of alcohol or WD40 and a good ball bearing grease and don't have two left hands you can make some very useful pedals with an hour of labor time invested. finished.

    April 13, 2021

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    J***** M.*****

    On the way between the machine and the riders

    Today I replaced the stock pedals on my bike with those with automatic cleats. Now I use the bike to go to work so I can't wear cycling shoes. I chose these pedals because they allow me to wear normal shoes without being as big as typical for a walk, they are well finished with a seemingly hard lacquer and a nice black color. Installation is also very simple, in other words a light and economical solution.

    March 9, 2021

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