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Crank BrothersStamp 1 Pedals


Item # CRN004L

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Item # CRN004L

Stamp 1 Pedals

The Stamp 1 Pedals bring the impressively thin profile and supportive platform of Crank Brother's proven Stamp series into a more affordable price point than ever. By constructing the body out of a durable composite material, Crank Brothers is able to keep the cost down while saving a considerable amount of weight compared to the aluminum Stamp 2 pedals. You still get a premium bearing and seal system that resists contamination season after season, as well as your choice of two platform sizes optimized for a different range of shoe sizes. The large pedals have a particularly large platform, but both sizes inspire confidence when the trail points downward and gravity takes over. There are 9 adjustable pins per side to ensure your feet stay securely in place, and at only 13mm thick these pedals do an exceptional job at minimizing rock strikes.

  • Platform pedals with a thin profile that won't break the bank
  • Composite body saves weight and cost while staying durable
  • Thin 13mm profile helps prevent rock strikes
  • Substantial surface area inspires confidence on descents
  • Premium bearing and seal system preserves that extra smooth spin
  • Large pedals recommended for shoe sizes 10 - 15 US
  • Small pedals recommended for shoe sizes 5 - 10 US
  • 9 adjustable pins per side for secure grip

Tech Specs
[body] composite, [spindle] forged 435 chromoly steel, [inner bearing] Igus LL-glide, [outer bearing] Enduro cartridge
Removable Pins
9 per side
Recommended Use
downhill, enduro, trail
Manufacturer Warranty
5 years

Crank Brothers

Stamp Pedals

5 - 10

10 - 15


37 - 43

43 - 49

How to Measure:
Use your shoe size to determine what size pedal you need.

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    What do you think about this product?


    >Rating: 2

    2 Weeks and Already Replaced

    I've used it several times
    True to size
    Size Bought
    5` 11"
    175 lbs

    A saw a lot of reviews talk about the bump in the middle of the pedal being an issue. I didn't have an issue with the bump as others mentioned it, I had an issue with traction and gripping the pedal/shoe. Maybe the axle bump in the middle of the pedal kept my foot from really being able to create contact with the pins on the pedal, but I never felt planted to stable on these pedals. I can't give these a One though because the quality does look high and the bearing spun really well. Good quality, poor design.

    >Rating: 2


    I've used it several times

    Here are the issues, 1. The spindle is too high and creates a pressure point (as others have mentioned) 2. The pedals are cheap ( both inexpensive and the overall quality) therefore they are not durable whatsoever. Less than 20 miles in 2 pins are laid over sideways due to rockstrikes. 3. Less than 20 miles in and both pedals bearings are squeaking when force is applied. Overall, the pedal looks great, and perhaps if I wasn't riding them so hard they would hold up, but I am pretty disappointed.

    >Rating: 5


    I've put it through the wringer

    Honestly, I am surprised at the amount of so-so reviews and also, how good these pedals have worked out for us. In our group of 6, 4 people have been using these as beater pedals and none of them have complained about slipping. We found these pedals to be very smooth and very durable. We love that they are easily rebuildable and have a 5 year warranty! There is a hump in the middle, as others have already pointed out, but we have no encounter any discomfort or slipping as a result. I will say, we do not encounter many boulders in our area, but we do slam hard onto roots...often. If you need something extremely robust, composite may not be for you, but if you are looking for an affordable set of quality (entry-level) pedals, we think these are great. In fact, we did a full write-up on them here:

    >Rating: 3

    Cheap but Funky

    I've used it several times

    I was drawn to the 'value' of their durability, rebuildability, and quality. I guess all those are true, but I slip off all the time I think because the spindle bump is too big. I feel it through my shoes and I swear it's at least a quarter inch higher than the pins until I look at it. It looks OK but it feels bad. I think they wanted it to look slim and fashionable and they made it funky.

    >Rating: 4

    a few rides on them

    I've put it through the wringer

    I've had a couple of these now for my kids before they clip in. lighter riders 90-120 lbs. have held up well and passed through a couple bikes. decent grip on them, held up well. They are a very inexpensive pedal and I would pay more for the upper models if it was for myself. I would call it a beginner pedal.

    >Rating: 1

    Weak, low grip

    I've put it through the wringer

    The grip on these, for me, is comparable to my plastic BMX pedals. Riding with 5.10 FR Pros, I’ve come off many times. Six of the pins are pressing through the composite. They are laid over sideways, and irreparable. I have not contacted CB about warranty, bc I know it is from the many rock strikes I encounter on my rides. They just aren’t strong enough. I have no experience with other composite pedals, but it will be back to alloy for me after destroying these within 6 mos.

    >Rating: 2

    Agree with others

    I've put it through the wringer

    I agree with the other reviews. The plastic over the spindle is just a bit too high or the rest of the pedal and pins are too low. They didn't seem bad at first but after only a few rides when the pedals got wet or muddy these do not grip the shoe well. My shoe slides around over the spindle.

    >Rating: 2

    Spindle creates a pressure point

    I've used it several times

    The raised spindle creates a pressure point across the bottom of your foot. I constantly shifted my feet around to avoid the discomfort. The pedal IS NOT recommended, I replaced after a week.

    >Rating: 3

    Solid pedal

    I've used it several times

    Great pedal from Crank Bros. And a great price point too! The only thing I don't like about these pedals is the axel.... it is almost if not as tall as the pegs on the pedal. Sometimes your foot can hit that axle and not completely get purchase on the pegs and then your foot is sliding all over the place. It doesn't happen much, but enough to notice. Otherwise, great pedal for the price!