Pedals

Pedals

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    HT PA12A Pedals - Black

    HT PA12A Pedals - Black

    £36.00 £29.20
  • VP 378 Retro Pedals - Steel

    VP 378 Retro Pedals - Steel

    £11.90
  • BLB Flatliner Roar Pedals - Red

    BLB Flatliner Roar Pedals - Red

    £29.90
  • PVC PD17 Eco Classic Pedals - Black

    PVC PD17 Eco Classic Pedals - Black

    £3.40
  • Non Slip PD82 Classic Pedals - Black

    Non Slip PD82 Classic Pedals - Black

    £7.70
  • PD99 Classic Aluminium Pedals

    PD99 Classic Aluminium Pedals

    £6.80
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    Wellgo Combination Alu Pedals - Black

    Wellgo Combination Alu Pedals - Black

    £34.20 £25.80
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    VP-X92 Combination Alu Pedals - Black

    VP-X92 Combination Alu Pedals - Black

    100%
    £34.20 £26.60
  • -36%

    Eltin Clipless SPD Pedals - Black

    Eltin Clipless SPD Pedals - Black

    £36.00 £23.20
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    Eltin SPD Mixed Pedals

    Eltin SPD Mixed Pedals

    £34.20 £21.40
  • -30%

    Shimano EF202 Pedals - Silver

    Shimano EF202 Pedals - Silver

    £36.80 £25.80
  • -30%

    Shimano EF202 Pedals - Gold

    Shimano EF202 Pedals - Gold

    £36.80 £25.80

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What Pedals to Choose for Your Bike?

Bicycle pedals are the last component to which leg force is transmitted when you pedal. Their work is to transmit this power efficiently, and to reduce the risk of falling and being hurt.

You must take into account what cycling modality you practice and, in case you use automatic pedals, what kind of cleats you will be using. Having considered this, you will be able to choose the pedals that best adapt to your needs according to your discipline.

Kinds of bicycle pedals

Depending on what cycling discipline you practice, there are several different kinds of pedals:

  • Automatic pedals: These pedals are made to be attached to the sole of your shoes. They allow you to pedal in full safety and without fearing our feet from slipping from the pedals. Thanks to the automatic pedal system, your force will be optimised with every pedal strike.

The fyxation mechanism is different for each discipline, so you will have to make sure which one you need and check that it’s compatible.

These pedals tend to be made of aluminium or plastic.

  • Flat pedals: These pedals have a wider body where the feet can rest. They can be made of different materials, such as aluminium, plastic, steel or nylon, and feature either small cleats or a wrinkled surface in order to prevent your feet from slipping.

A kind of pedal exists for each and every cycling modality. At Santafixie, you can buy your bike pedals online and choose those which better fit your needs and are compatible with your shoes.