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Plant your feet and go.

Having a place to put your feet is a pretty non-negotiable part of cycling, but, you don't want to spend your post-ride refreshment budget (and part of next month's rent) on flashy pedals, either. Race Face's Chester Pedals don't have the shiny aluminum construction of some of their pricier counterparts, but they also won't empty your wallet, and Race Face carefully constructs their nylon composite body to make it just as grippy and responsive as aluminum versions.

Using eight replaceable steel hex traction pins on each side of the pedals, Race Face gives the rubber soles of your shoes a place to hang on when you're blasting through destructive territory. It also fully seals the bearing and bushing system while a durable Cro-Mo steel axle keeps the pedal working smoothly for as long as possible. If it eventually does need some work, Race Face makes the system completely serviceable too, so you won't be forced to replace a perfectly good pedal because of a bushing or bearing problem.

Tech Specs

[body] nylon composite, [axle] chromoly steel
Removable Pins:
yes, steel
Claimed Weight:
340 g
Recommended Use:
mountain bike
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

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Light, cheap, grippy

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I searched for light cheap flat pedals with good grip, and these are what I got. So far very happy with them. Not sure how long they'll last but so far so good.

Great Pedal for $

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

You really can't beat the value you get with these pedals. I've used them a few different times and bought them for my fiance. She loves the grip on them and paired them nicely with her Five Ten Freerider Contact shoes.

Feel free to reach directly out to me for any MTB questions!

Great Pedal for $

Highly recommended for a reason!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I asked around since I was purchasing these for my husbands bike. Everyone said this was the pedal he had to have. He is stoked. Keeps his foot secure on steep terrain and hard to climb hills with small small enough pegs that it doesn't bother him or cause any pain. He is super happy with them and tells everyone else they have to have them for their road/mountain bike.

Awesome, Affordable Pedals

    Picked these up when I wanted to upgrade my crappy flat pedals to something grippier, and what an upgrade! No more slipping on tough uphill sections, these let me charge through the pedal stroke with confidence. Color options are rad too. Only reason I'm not giving 5 stars is because I've tried more expensive flats and thought they handled noticeably better, but for the price difference, these are a great option for anyone!

    Bang for your buck

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is a great pedal if you're normally a clipless rider and need a platform option for a day playing around on some jumps or cruising around town. If you're a dedicated platform rider I would recommend investing in a more solid set as the body of these are plastic. The quality of these pedals are hard to beat for the price.

    Light and Bright

      I got these as a gift for my dad and his new fat bike.

      They ruled the winter riding and provided critical help when search and rescue needed to locate him. ( I got him the orange ones).


      They provided amazing traction while riding in the snow.

      Decent Bang for your Buck

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      It's hard to argue with the value vs cost on this pedal. I't nothing fantastic but it gets the job done. I actually put it on a Kona commuter bike of mine but it works great. I don't get much pedal slip but I'll be honest, I'd be hesitant to put these pedals on my mountain bike.

      fun,tough, affordable.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      As i'm sure you've heard these pedals have an awesome price tag. Better than that though they are fun,durable and have definitely exceeded my expectations.

      Performance meets Bargain

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Race Face knocked it out of the park with the release of the Chester pedals. It's lightweight thanks to the nylon body. Plentiful pin placement means there's not shortage of grip on offer. And if that hasn't sold you on this pedal maybe the plethora of color options will. Spend your hard earned money elsewhere and save some coin when buying a pair of the Chester pedals. You won't regret it.

      Crazy Chester followed me....

        Love these pedals. For the price I find them very hard to beat. Although they're composites, they've survived a few strikes without much more than a scratch. Get yourself a pair!

        Chester Pedals, good value

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        These feel light and have nice grip, yet comfortable when pedaling hard. No unusual pressure points underfoot. I am very pleased with them.

        Great price for what you get

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Super durable and awesome pedal for the price they ask. Great colors and grip. Couldn't ask for more for the money spent.

        Everything I need!

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I don't spend a lot of time on platforms, so I was looking for the best cost vs functionality I could find. I do get to sample a fair number of them and the Chester is the best I've found for the $$$. The nylon composite construction may not make them the ideal choice for aggressive trail or DH use, but they will do fine in everything else. Barring any big impacts, they should last a good long time as well. You can service the shaft and bearings should they wear out. I'm sold!

        Is this price for a set or just one pedal?

        Hi Ed,

        This price is going to be for the set of pedals. If you have any other questions, please feel free to reach out to me directly.

        Matthew Pizza

        Customer Account Manager



        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Nothing negative to say about this pedal. Awesome grip at a price you can't beat. Color options are a plus and add great look to your bike.

        Flat, Grippy Goodness

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Lightweight, wide, super grippy and fun colors! I've been clipless for 25 Years , and these are my first flat pedals and they're awesome! First ride on them I took them on Ahab in Moab , first things first right..and so stoked on how grippy they are . The pegs are long enough to grab on to the bottom of the shoe, you can "claw" your way up and over everything! Love em!

        Good weight, sticky pedal--winner

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        I needed a flat pedal that wouldn't break the bank or be a boat anchor. Enter the Chester. I've got Candy pedals with the composite body and they've taken a beating so I thought I'd give this offering from RaceFace a go. So far, so good. The studded pedals provide a big target for slapping down boots and moving on my snowbike and I used the fattie for a trail in Moab this weekend and although the wide platform whacked stones/rocks and off camber trails that you find there, the pedals themselves seem none the worse for wear other than some cosmetic dings. You can spend more for pedals...I don't know that you get more value.