Wellgo LU 964 Older Pedals

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[Jun 17, 2010]
zoolander070
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Light

Weakness:

Very small, Horrible grip, teeth don't compare to studs

They are perfect for a commuter or if youre really on a budget and a person who bikes on walking trails but they are no place in a real trail. After about 5 months on consistent use the have impaled my shin and aquiles something like 7 times either making a hole in my shin or just completely immobilizing my foot. The are very small (3.25 x 2.5 inches) [and i'm a size 9 so my foot is tiny] so don't expect to be very comfortable on any downhill run. If you really want to get a pedal with similar weight get an SPD.
5 for value cause they were cheap as hell
and 2 for overall cause they are useless for anyone with a size 7+ mens foot

Similar Products Used:

DMR V8

[Mar 16, 2010]
Spiggle
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

CHEAP. Fits my tiny footies.

Weakness:

CHEAP. Well, they break after a few months of use.

Its an overall excellent product if your looking for a non carbon lightweight sturdy pedal for almost zero dollars. Seriously nothing can be the price to what you need ratio if this sort of pedal is your thing...

I recommend this to those who need some cheap pedals, and those that don't mind the weight.

***It grips your clogs extremely well, though I wouldn't dare ride without pants on. The teeth are quite sharp.

Similar Products Used:

Other various Wellgo pedals.

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