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Crank Brothers Candy X Pedal - 2010 BCS
Because of their simple design, the Crank Brothers Candy X Pedals offer light weight, durability, and reliability. You won't have to skip any meals or sell your children to get a pair, either. Despite tough steel wings, spindle, and spring to stand up to plenty of punishment, the fiber composite body keeps the weight down in the 'holy sh%t' range.
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August 5, 2011
July 19, 2011
These pedals are $15 because they are unreliable. I tested them in the parking lot and they were fine: in and out, in and out. But as soon as I started my ride, problems began to arise. The left pedal's spring notoriously stays open, even after I've adjusted the tightness several times. Talk about frustrating, but I'm not upset because I'm riding a cheeeeeeaaaaaaap bike from my college days until I can afford a new, hot shot bike. However, I did find the trick to make it work. I push it with my finger to snap it back closed, then I make sure the LARGER of the spring is facing forward (you'll notice the difference). Needless to say, I always clip in my left foot first but if the right pedal starts to go all ape$#!* on me, then I guess I'll need to hurry up on buy that new bike.
do these pedals come with the little reflector cover thingies?
By: John Regions
August 23, 2010
Yes, the platform covers w/ reflectors are included.
By: Cory Guru
August 23, 2010
November 11, 2010
Don't know if it because this is an older model, or if I was just unlucky, but the springs on the pair that I purchased are faulty, they won't shut after I try to step into them. What good is a clip-in that won't clip? I am hesitant to purchase another pair after realizing the product is outdated, and the fact that both pedals have the same problem makes me think it might be something Crank Brothers unloaded. Plus I am stuck with the return cost.