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We had to make a call on the pedals; it was between the DX SPD and the Crankbrothers Mallets. While the Mallets have the advantage of being able to clip–in from multi directions and offering a bigger platform, they do suffer badly with any minor knocks and bumps, forcing you to delve deep into your pockets for a set of replacements, which can be frustrating. The Shimano pedals, with their resin casing, are more resilient and the bearings are typical Shimano quality, requiring little to no attention over a season. Though the DX’s don’t
have the multi directional clip–in function, they do offer a tension adjustment which the Mallet’s don’t, allowing the rider to hone the feel of the pedals to exactly how they like it. As it stands you cannot
beat the DX’s.

Madison 0800 1300 598,


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