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Crank Brothers Smarty Pedal $0.00
The Smarty Pedal offers commuters, recreational riders, and the financially frugal access to Crank Brothers’ famous Eggbeater technology. The Smarty is a small-platform pedal like the Candy and Quattro models, with a composite body, chromoly steel spindle, and carbon steel wings to cut down on cost. It’s perfect for occasional riders who only need a base-level pedal, or for riders who want to try out the clipless thing without dropping a ton of cash.
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Easy in and out.
these are on my cyclocross and single speed... cleat goes in and out super easy no mater how much mud you have caked on... great pedal and a great price.
I have a set of the smarty pedles and need...
I have a set of the smarty pedles and need the small plastic end cap for covering the outer end of the shaft. How do I go about getting one.
Great for 1st Clipless-- Well worth it.
I purchased a pair of these as my first ones, and shoes from chainlove-- got to try out clipless on my own bike for under $100. Never had tread interference with a Six Six One shoe.
I used these on some rough trails and to commute daily (with the clip-in clear reflector platforms, so as not to loosen them up).
They're actually lighter than many candy and egg-beater pedals, but obviously a bit more fragile as well. The tension is such that it is possible to accidentally unclip on a hard pull without twisting. Don't expect the set to come with any other changeable color rails other than the ones already on there (at least they didn't on chainlove).
Awesome Pedal, Great Price
These things are great. Got mine off of chainlove for $20, and if I ever see them at that price again I'm grabbing another pair. I'm a messenger here in Denver and these are perfect. The cleats are super low profile, when I walk around I can barely tell that they're there. The clip in system works great, super easy to clip into while I'm accelerating to my next delivery. Bottom Line, I ride a fixie with no brakes so I need to know that my pedals will hold me in when they need to, after riding these for about two months now I have absolute confidence in them, and you can't beat absolute confidence for $20 bucks!