Wellgo WR-1 Pedals

DESCRIPTION

168 grams, titanium

USER REVIEWS

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[Jul 20, 2015]
lebikerboy
Recreational Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Small, light and work extremely well.

Weakness:

None so far...

These replaced a set of standard set of alloy pedals on my wife's bike.
She doesn't like clipless pedals so these are a great alternative. The
CNC's red alloy pedals match the other parts on her bike (bottom bracket,
brakes, chain ring bolts, and quick releases) and look great. I've found a set
of titanium spindles for these pedals which will lighten them a fair bit.

[May 31, 2008]
Sixtwo
Recreational Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Light (168 g), strong, grip well, aesthetically pleasing

Weakness:

Expensive, hard to find

I have a competition level road bike (Giant TCR Advanced T-Mobile) that I ride mainly for exercise and recreation in a hilly, windy area...I do not do clipless and needed a nice light pair of platform pedals that grip my road shoes for periods of high speed...these pedals, while expensive, are just about perfect...small, sturdy, light, and unobtrusive.

Similar Products Used:

Other heavier Wellgo platforms

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