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Crank BrothersMallet E Long Spindle Pedals

Sale 15% OffCurrent price:$152.99 Original price:$179.99

Item # CRN002E

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Item # CRN002E

Why We Like The Mallet E Long Spindle Pedals

Bred for enduro racing and all-mountain riding, the Crank Brothers Mallet E Long Spindle Pedal takes design influence from the downhill-crushing Mallet DH with its longer 57-millimeter spindle. This elongated spindle/q-factor provides a bit more clearance, which is especially helpful if you're regularly hitting the chainstays with every turn of the cranks. The 57-millimeter q-factor inspires confidence and stability at speed, albeit with a minor loss of maneuverability in tight spaces. Overall, it's a great choice for aggressive riders seeking sure-footed stability for pummeling across open terrain at speed.

Besides the longer q-factor, the Mallet E Long Spindle Pedals retain the same sought-after attributes as the regular Mallet E, which is a good thing if you're seeking bombproof durability and uncompromising stability across rough terrain. The concave platform with six adjustable pins offers sure-footed stability when rock gardens are trying their best to pitch you over the bars. Traction pads provide a non-slip surface for securely locating the clip-in mechanism after a dismount. Chamfered edges reduce the chance of rock strikes, which is useful for cleaning especially tricky trail sections with large boulders.

Withstanding the mud-caked trails and fine grit of the trail, Crank Brothers added new Enduro cartridge bearings, Igus bushings, and external seal reinforcement. To ensure reliable entry in these difficult conditions, the four-sided entry naturally sheds mud when you're engaging into the clip-in interface. Rounding out this incredibly capable pedal, release angles of 15 or 20 degrees allow for swift exits during sketchy situations or greater security from popping out after a bit of accidental twisting.

  • Purebred enduro pedals with longer spindle
  • 57mm q-factor adds clearance and stability
  • Bombproof aluminum body withstands rugged terrain
  • Concave platform with six adjustable pins for grip
  • Traction pads help you clip-in after dismounting
  • Four-sided, mud-shedding entry with 15/20-deg release
  • Enduro cartridge bearings for smooth, reliable operation

Tech Specs
Material[spindle] forged scm 435 chromoly steel, [body] 6061-t6 aluminum, [wing] 17-4PH stainless steel, [spring] 300-series stainless steel
Entry / Release15 / 20 deg
Spindle Diameter57mm
Activityenduro, all-mountain
Manufacturer Warranty5 years

Actual Weight

Black/Blue, One Size

Claimed Weight

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[pair] 15oz

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What do you think about this product?



Are these blue or turquoise? It is tough to tell. I am thinking it is just the lighting in the photo. I admit that I want my bike to be all matchy matchy.

Hey Chad! I went ahead and shot you an email!

>Rating: 5

Confidence Machines

I've put it through the wringer

My first time trying out Crank Bros and I love them. I tried some Shimano clipless pedals and hated them so I returned to flats. After having some scary scenarios in rock gardens I decided to try out Crank Brothers! I set them up with the CB's 0-float, easy release cleats and they are confidence inspiring. The easy release cleats with 0-float allow me to unclip quickly when on techy climbs. Always have the perfect position on downhills and power on the way up. 100% would recommend the Long Spindle version of the Mallet E's.

Thanks Dallin

>Rating: 5

Super Rad

I've put it through the wringer

I've always been torn on Crank Brothers after I had a couple bad experience with some of their pedals, but lately they're killing it. Super simple and super comfortable. Not too bulky and my foot feels great on these. Pretty durable as well, no issues so far.

>Rating: 5

Great Pedal

I've used it several times

The Mallet E is an awesome pedal. The clip mechanism is simple, yet gives you the confidence you want when clipped in.

>Rating: 5

Mallet E Long Spindle Pedals

I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Bought these as a gift for my brother and he is a huge fan. "These pedals are awesome. I used to use Shimano Spd pedals and really liked the release on these much better. The platform is great too - very easy to get footing while riding and not quite clicked in. Just be sure to adjust the height of the pins so your shoes sit properly once clicked in."

>Rating: 4

Usable flats

Great fit and finish on these pedals. I like the four sided hooks, and the ability to unclip and use as a flat when the terrain gets too sketchy for my comfort.

>Rating: 5

Awesome pedals

I've put it through the wringer

Bought these to replace my doubleshots cause I hated they had a flat on one side. These are so easy to get in and out of and they can take a beating.