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Wolf Tooth Components
Waveform Aluminum Pedals

3 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Why We Like The Wolf Tooth Waveform Aluminum Pedals

Designed for whatever type of mountain riding we are doing, the Wolf Tooth Waveform Aluminum Pedals have us stoked on their unique design and quality build. These pedals feature a dual-concave design, which helps to hold our foot in place, and a more stable platform. 11 replaceable steel pins per pedal side provide maximum grip, and the pins are installed from the opposite side for easy service. Three sealed, high-performance bearings keep this pedal operating for many miles to come, and a custom radial seal helps to protect the internals from the elements.


  • All-mountain platform pedals with a quality build
  • 6061-T6 aluminum alloy construction for durability
  • Three sealed bearings keep the pedal operating smoothly
  • 11 replaceable steel pins per pedal side
  • Dual-concave profile keeps foot locked in place
  • Item #WFCA037
6061-T6 Aluminum
Removable Pins
yes, 11 per side
six extra pins
[small] 105mm x 99mm, [large] 112mm x 106mm
Claimed Weight
[small] 13.16oz (373g), [large] 13.55oz (384g)
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 5 year
trail, enduro, downhill

Overall Rating

3 based on 1 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

June 30, 2023

Yes, if...

I've put it through the wringer

Purchased these after becoming frustrated having to rebuild my oneup aluminum pedals too frequently to avoid squeaking on the trail. The waveform pedals seem to be of good build quality and certainly look nice but won't be for everybody. After riding them for about a month, I have not adjusted completely to the narrower "q factor" of the pedal. They still feel narrow on the bike. Maybe I am just accustomed to a slightly wider stance on my flat pedals and I will adjust over time. Despite the concavity of the platform and the plentiful pins, I do not feel that the waveforms are as grippy as the oneup aluminum pedals. I have also noticed an increase in pedal strikes. Apparently those few extra millimeters in thickness make a difference on my home trails. This is completely subjective, of course, just one rider's experience. In short, the waveforms have a high quality build and are a solid choice, but narrower stance may be a turn off for some.

jared M

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com