You can’t pass up some fresh Ty Morrow footage. Here’s a short but sweet promo video Eclat dropped featuring Ty putting in work on the streets while putting their Centric pedals to the test. Check out the riding and get a look at the pedals, then check out more details on the pedals below!
Check out how to make 3D printed BMX pedals!
Have you ever wanted to make your own BMX pedals? Well, with the cost of 3D printing coming down, it’s becoming a little easier to do something like that! Zack Gerber recently bought his own 3D printer and went straight to work on a pair of Us/Them Plastic Pedals that actually turned out really cool. One of the pedals even has a grind plate. Hit play to see how he did it in this video. Warning, there’s A LOT of f-bombs in this one, haha. If you’re wanting to learn how to make 3D printed BMX pedals, this will definitely help getting it figured out.
“A little, thrown together how to video for the bmx pedals I designed. These are still being tested! Maybe I’ll make a video after I get to ride them.
File available on my thingiverse.” – Zack Gerber
If you want to see some other 3D printed BMX parts…
Check out the new Centric Pedals from Eclat…
The crew over at Eclat have released their new Centric Pedals for you to get your feet on. These pedals are made from injection molded nylon and fiberglass with a larger platform that removes the traditional 15mm pedal wrench slot between the pedal body and your crank arms, moving the pedals in closer while giving you a little more wiggle room. The body has a concave shape and plenty of reinforced molded pins for grip. Since there is no slot for a pedal wrench, the pedals are tightened with a 6mm allen key through the crank arm on the chromoly spindle, eliminating the need for a pedal wrench. Inside you can find loose ball bearings keeping the pedals spinning. The Centric pedals are available in Black only with a weight of 14.6 oz. (415 grams) through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Eclat worldwide now.
Check out photos and more details below…
Thinking about mixing things up with some new colors? Kink BMX have released their new Matte Pale Mint Colorway on a select batch of their parts! The color is featured on their Hemlock Pedals, Eastman Guard Sprocket, Lightest Bar Ends, Highrise Stem, Stealth and Pivotal Seat Posts and Integrated II headset!
All of these items are available through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Kink worldwide now, or direct from the Kink Webstore now.
What do you think of the matte pale mint color? Are you digging it or not so much? Let us know what is on your mind in the comments below!
Are you on the hunt for some fresh parts and you want to mix things up with your color scheme? The crew over at Cinema BMX have released their new Iceberg Blue colorway for you to dial your bike in with! This new color is available on a bunch of their parts!
All of these items can be picked up through BMX shops or mail-orders that carry Cinema BMX worldwide now, or by hitting the links above to the Cinema BMX webstore!
What do you think of the Iceberg Blue Colorway? Are you digging it? Do you have any questions? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
Not sure if it would look good on your bike? Get an idea of what it coul look like with the BMX Color App!
Is it time for a fresh set of BMX Pedals? The crew at Odyssey have released their Grandstand V2 pedals for you to check out. These pedals look a lot like the popular V1, but the internals have been upgraded to reduce axial movement (wobble) that can develop over time. The pedals are available in a plastic version and an alloy version keeping the slim body with a dual concave design with plenty of contact surface and 8 oversized pins per side to give you grip. Inside you can find a proprietary 14mm heat-treated chromoly spindle with 17mm wrench flats and a 6mm broach.
The Odyssey Twisted Pro Pedals are now available in three new limited edition colors; Hot Pink, Toothpaste and Toothpaste and Lavender Swirl. These colors are available through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Odyssey worldwide now. The Twisted Pro pedals start out with a high-strength nylon composite body with the classic Twisted PC look, but it has a wider, longer and slimmer shape with 12 oversized molded pins per side. Inside you can find traditional looseball bearings and a chromoly spindle. These pedals weigh in at 14.6 oz. for the pair and 7.3 oz. per pedal.
The Twisted Pro Pedals are available for $19.99 and come in a whopping 12 colorways! You can check out all of the color options over on the Odyssey website!
Toothpaste and Lavender Swirl
What do you think of the new colors? Are you feeling it, or not so much? Let us know in the comments below!
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Get a look at the new Turbo Pedals from Primo!
Is it time for a fresh set of BMX Pedals? Here’s a look at the new Primo Turbo Pedals for you to check out! These pedals feature a pedal body that covers more of the spindle so the body sits almost flush with your crank arms eliminating that gap that’s usually there, which is designed to help with pedal grinds! Get a look at the pedals in the video above, then learn more below!
“When Connor Keating approached us with this idea we knew instantly that it was something that we had to try to make a reality. The Turbo pedal has a unique body shape that covers the end of the axle giving a near flush connection to the crank arm. This allows you to have much more foot placement freedom when standing on the pedal as well as more grip, an improved surface contact area for modern day crank arm grinds and an all-around more aesthetically pleasing appearance. The pedal can be tightened via an Allen bolt on the backside of the spindle and also allows for the use of a thin park tool style pedal wrench.
(Make sure to grease your spindles so they don’t get stuck in them cranks!)” – Primo
The Turbo Pedals are available now for $19.99 in Black and Tiffany Blue through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Primo worldwide now. You can check out more photos and details on the Primo website!
What do you think of the Turbo Pedals? Do you think that smaller gap between the body and the crank arm will make a difference? Who plans on trying them out? Let us know what you’re thinking in the comments below!
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