Here’s a look at Shawn McIntosh’s new pedals from FIT. These cold forged aluminum pedals feature sealed bearings, a contoured multidirectional concave shape, 12 pins, a protected recessed end cap and a spindle that accepts 17mm box, 15mm box and 6mm hex’s to keep ’em tight. They are available in black, red, blue, silver and white with a weight of 19.5 oz. The McIntosh pedals will be hitting shops real soon, so hit up your favorite one and get some ordered.
Cult‘s new Nylon pedals are finally available. The pedals feature 14 pins per side and knurling for extra grip. You can pick these up in black, white, orange and red wherever Cult is sold.
Most of us take for granted the amount of time and effort it takes to design a good bike part, especially the ones which have been gracing bikes all around the world for many years now. Over the course of the next few months I’m going to be doing a series of interviews with the people who are responsible for creating and designing some of the most iconic and inovative products in BMX.
It’s not that often that a relatively basic product that’s almost 10 years old suddenly explodes overnight and goes on to be sold in the millions. The chance of going to your local skatepark nowadays and not seeing a pair of Odyssey Twisted PC Pedals on a bike is very rare. From entry level completes, to the bikes of many pro-riders, the Twisted PC is regarded as THE plastic pedal. I caught up with Odyssey’s Product Design Manager Chris Cotsonas to find out more about the humble origins of one of the best selling products in BMX and how it’s changed since it’s birth fifteen years ago.
Here’s a look at Demolition‘s new Trooper pedals. These CNC 6061 T6 aluminum pedals have a slim concave design wtih a heat-treated chromoly spindle, 2 polymer bushings (no bearings) and 10 removable pins on each side of the pedal. The Trooper’s will be avilable in March with flat anodized black, anodized blue, red and Polished for colors.
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Cult have added these nylon pedals to their product line up. The feature 14 pins per side of the pedal with extra knurling to make for a grippy pedal. These are available everywhere now.
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We would like to Welcome Jourdan Barba, Chris Rivers, Patrick Taber, Larry Alvarado, and Justin Spriet to the Team. These guys have been local to Riverside, California and have contributed to the area for a long time now. This is our way to thank them and help bring the bmx Community together. Thanks Team and keep up the great work!
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