Michigan Mountain Biking Association
jonw9 wrote:I thought the bearings were on the 3s, and the 2s still had bushings.
Laser4G63 wrote:My first clipless pedals were Shimano SPDs. Ever since then, that is all I have ever used. I currently have been using the PD-M520s for the last 3 years. I got them for $20 on eBay. Plus, they are easy to maintain. You can literally beat the snot out of them and they keep working just fine. I have smashed them on rocks, trees, and other things and they still work as good as they did new. Don't look as good as new, but that is one bike part I don't think I will pay any more that $40 for just because it does get abused.
Mack wrote:Go with the Time ATAC XS in any version and they will be better then the try and copy
a great design and it up Cranks. Cranks are Time wannabes. Oh ya, if you
you buy those Crank Broushings make sure you buy the "premium cleats' also, which come
with every pair of Time's. The rebuild kits for Crank's are really easy to find, they sell
a ton of them from what the reviews say. Marketing is an awesome tool which they use to
the Nth degree. I do have a pair of 12 yr.old Time ATAC orginal design laying around if you
want to try them. Im pretty sure the Crank's won't last that long. Pedels really are a personal thing.
The little lady said I was in a "cranky" mood today I guess she was right. I woke up wanting waffles
and got pancakes, my whole day up .
xycarp wrote:I love my crank brothers Candy II's. They are just like the eggbeaters but with a platform around them. Easy in and easy out! Great pedals!
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