Wellgo Wellgo D2 Smoothie Pedals Older Pedals

DESCRIPTION

Here is your chance to pick up a great pedal for downhill, slalom, or freeride use at an outstanding price. Platforms with clipless binding mechanism.

USER REVIEWS

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[Apr 01, 2004]
Paulo Oliveira
Downhiller

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

I have dual side
I is the best pedal i ever tried... Strong as hell.. it has a vibration absorving sistem ;) and they can be used with dual side single side or no side at all if u want...
They are also lite in ther categori 480g pair with dual side...

Weakness:

Did not foun none yet... but im sure ter will be in a few month...

The bottom line is that this pedal wil do everi thing a 100usd pedal does and probalbli more... thei give u a smooth fealing over rough terrain... they are grate for free riders or downhillers ho like to be ataced to the bike ;) If u have the chance buy ones u wil be amezed with byuti of them and u can do every thing to them like use with dual side single side or no side at all....

Five *****

Similar Products Used:

Shimano m540/crank brothers mallet c

[Nov 03, 2002]
Tomp67
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Cost, Durability, looks

Weakness:

Single sided

These pedal are great for light riding, a great choice if you wont be using your cleated shoes all the time, but when you floating down the trail and trying to flip the peadal around just to get engaged it can get annoying...
great all around pedal. Double side would be better...

Similar Products Used:

stock platforms

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