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Crank Brothers Egg Beater 4ti Pedal $0.00
The Egg Beater 4ti—what's light weight worth to you?
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Is there a max rider weight with the 4Ti...
Is there a max rider weight with the 4Ti pedals? I'm 230.
Recommended max rider weight: [4Ti] 185lbs
Check out the 2Ti's or the newer eggbeaters 1, 2, or 3- these don't have any weight restriction.
All that and a bag of chips...
I returned to the world of the egg beater after 6 or 7 years on different pedals. They are as great as I remember them, and oh so light. I've already whacked them on rocks/boulders a few times with no apparent ill effects. Obviously they are pricey, but the work!
Does what it claims:
I like egg beaters. I like them a lot. The local trails are filled with baby head sized roots and my fav trails have cow skull sized rocks to roll through.
The best part of these pedals is how easy it is to ditch the bike when you get in way over your head. I've managed to escape many broken bones by clipping out in the nick of time.
These 4ti models meet the advertised weight and though I only weigh 145 lbs, they work as well as the cheaper egg beaters, but the construction is nice and the box they come in looks like something you'd see a piece of jewelry in.
Love these pedals!
How secure is your foot in one of these?...
How secure is your foot in one of these? I mean, is there a lot of heel wobble? I'm riding Dura-Ace pedals and my there's a lot of movement in my heels. Is this the care with these egg beaters?
Ti's are great
TI's are great. They met their advertised weight. Easy to get in and out of and I have not had any issues with random unclipping.
The case they come in is incredible.
I would buy them again.
200 miles after...
I'm not having a problem after 200 miles of riding. Just replace my shoes and cleats recently and It feels like new again.
How are the seals? I've heard bad things...
How are the seals? I've heard bad things about all the grease being gone in crank bros pedals after long wet muddy rides and having to switch out the bearings fairly often.. like once or twice a year
Wow, I have been running various egg beater pedals for years and have never heard this. These suckers are sealed tight. In muddy and wet conditions they are great because the cleat and pedal clear the garbage fast like a good snow tire.
i've never had this problem on my egg beaters or my candy SL.
I've used my egg beaters for a couple years now and still haven't had to rebuild. replaced a few cleats though!
Six years all-season riding in Alaska and not one issue with the seals. Or anything else on this pedal. F'ing awesome.
My experience with CB Smarty made me skeptical getting this. But with a 20% off coupon and a return guarantee, well i bought it. I used the smarty for about a month resulting in all of my limbs bruised and skinned up. My knee injury even got infected leaving me with constant injury whenever I pedal. So the cheap smarty pedal had to go. Surprisingly ($$$$) this behaved completely different. It was a lot easier getting out, I mean like SPD easy. Getting in is as easy. My pedal effort seemed to have decreased and accelerating is faster maybe due to the weight. I would give this 5 out of 5 for rating. if you have the cash try it...if you don't like it, just mail it back.
Does anyone have these? Are they any...
Does anyone have these? Are they any good?
Got them, they are awesome. And they shaved a full half lb from my bike just by swapping out pedals.If you aren't sure if you will like the pedal style check out one of the less expensive eggbeaters first.