Bike pedals are an essential upgrade on every bike. Road bike pedals are the first upgrade for every dedicated roadie. Mountain bike pedals are also an essential component and mounting bikers can choose between MTB clipless and flat pedals depending on the type of riding.


Pedals Buying Guide

If you are new to cycling, you may be wondering what the difference is between flat and clipless pedals. Both have their pros and cons, so it really depends on your riding style as to which type of pedal is right for you.

Flat pedals are the traditional choice for BMX and mountain biking. They offer good grip and control, and are easy to get in and out of. However, they can be difficult to keep your feet in place during long rides or when cycling over rough terrain.

Clipless pedals, on the other hand, offer more pedalling efficiency as they allow you to pull up as well as push down on the pedals. This can help you to ride faster and for longer periods of time. However, they can be difficult to get used to, and you may find your feet slipping off if you're not used to them.

So, which type of pedal is right for you? If you're just starting out, flat pedals may be the best choice. They're easy to use and offer good grip and control. However, if you're looking to ride faster and for longer distances, clipless pedals may be a better option. Whichever type of pedal you choose, make sure you practice using them before heading out on your first ride!

Guide to Our Brands

If you're looking for affordable, high-quality flat pedals, look no further than Race Face. The Chester is our top pick for value and performance, thanks to its tough polycarbonate construction and concave design that provides plenty of grip. Whether you're hitting the trails or the streets, these pedals will keep your feet firmly planted.

The Crankbrothers stamp 3 is a premium magnesium flat pedal that is perfect for mountain biking. With a wide and stable platform, the stamp 3 provides exceptional grip and traction, while the magnesium construction ensures a light weight, durability, and stiffness.

When you're ready to step up your road riding game, Shimano clipless pedals are a great choice. Their SPD design is easy to engage and release, making them ideal for both racing and training. And with adjustable tension, you can customize the feel to suit your riding style.