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For a long time running, DX Flat pedals fulfilled the needs of the BMX and mountain biking market with a solid aluminum body, adjustable traction pins, and legendary Shimano serviceability. It's safe to say that pedal is a now a classic. Much has changed over the years, however, and the PD-MX80 Saint Pedals address the needs of modern riders and their tacky shoes.

One of those issues is with the traction pins. They are essentially set screws with a headless, internal Allen drive that's easily damaged by rocks and impacts, and then the Allen head would no longer be usable. For the PD-MX80 Saint Pedals, the pins screw in from the back of the platform.

This solved the dilemma of not being able to remove pins once damaged, but sacrifices one of the DX defining features -- adjustable pin height. Because the pins threaded into the body, you could thread them in to a height depending on traction needs. To work around this, Shimano includes washers with the PD-MX80s so you can lower pins where necessary and fine tune the pedals to your shoes and personal preference.

There are nine pins in total that thread into the low-profile alloy body. The new platform mirrors current market trends, placing your foot closer to the axle, and its large openings are optimized to shed mud. The Shimano PD-MX80 Saint Pedals feature durable chromoly axles and sealed cartridge bearings to ensure mountain biking strength for the park and shuttle run after shuttle run.

Tech Specs

Material:
alloy
Removable Pins:
yes
Pedal Wrench Type:
8 mm, 15 mm
Recommended Use:
all-mountain, downhill, freeride
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years
Actual Weight:
Black, One Size: 460g

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4 5

good pedal, alternate the grip

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Over all I rate this pedal as great, it s got solid construction, isnt too heavy, and has decent grip.
as far as grip goes, in the low set up, I would rate them 3rd below the easton Flatboy, and the Twenty6 Predator. (which is so grippy its scary,)
Adjusting the pins for more traction has the best balance and I favor this pedal due to its overall performance.

5 5

Good Grip

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have used these pedals quite a few times now and they are great. They provide more grip than my previous pedals that I have owned. They have 2 settings for grip on them, where as when you first get them they have the least amount of grip to them but if you need more you can always take out the washer and then it gives you about another 1/16 - 1/8" more grip. These are some durable pedals and will last you a long time, the only thing you might have to replace here and there are the studs which isn't bad.

5 5

Grippy

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These pedals are supper great for all mountain/downhill riding and are extremely grippy. Especially if you take out the litle washer on the base of all the studs which should get you about 1/4 more of a centimeter on the studs. They are extremely light and will last you forever based on their construction. Although (sorry Backcountry) but you can get them on other websites for cheep. Like $60. But they are great pedals for the money!

4 5

So far so good

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Swapped these out over clipless on my mtb so I could hop on while my two year old is learning to ride his balance bike. Took them out for the first time on the trails and I think I'll stick with them. Especially on foreign trails it's nice to be able to concentrate on the trail and not worry about clipping back in. Backcountry rep price matched me over a chat session too. Great customer service.

$80 per pedal or $80 per pair?

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$80 per pedal or $80 per pair?

5 5

Shimano Durability, Immense Grip

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Great pedals, the biggest benefit is the replaceable pins and shimano's easy to rebuild pedal design using loose ball bearings! Be careful to not loose them when you re-pack the bearings. These pedals should last 10 years.

4 5

Entry Level

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Great entry level peddle for new comers who don't want to break the bank.
These were the first pedals I bought when I got my bike and loved them. Easy to clip in and out of. Good looking and not too heavy

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Is this review for the correct product? The only reason I ask is because these are not clip-in style pedals.