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Reverse Components Escape Pedals - light blue anodized

Reverse Components Escape Pedals - light blue anodized

The Reverse Components Escape pedals was made of high-strength aluminum and convinces not only with low weight but also high stability. Contacts with roots as well as stones puts the robust pedal body away easily and also the CrMo steel axle ensures extra high durability.

The combination of aluminum and steel pins on the generous footprint of 10 cm by 10 cm provides an incredibly good grip. Because a good and secure stand on the pedal is just as important as the traction between tire and ground.

From the factory, the pedal turns a little sluggish which prevents the pedal from turning independently. This is especially important when trick jumps in the park or you take your foot off the pedal during a tight cornering maneuver.

 

Technical details of the Reverse Components Escape pedals

  • range of use: MTB
  • material: aluminum (pedal body), CrMo steel (axle)
  • pedal size: 100 mm x 100 mm
  • pedal height: 16 mm
  • pedal thread: 9/16"
  • industrial bearing / IGUS bearing
  • exchangeable pins per pedal: 16 steel pins (self-tapping) / 8 aluminum pins
  • pin height: 5 mm
  • anti-rotate function (prevents arbitrary rotation)
  • weight: approx. 405 g in a pair (+/- 5% weight tolerance) (manufacturer's specification)

 

Scope of supply

2 pedals including washers to protect the crank

Fact Sheet of Reverse Components Escape Pedals - light blue anodized

Product Name: Reverse Components Escape Pedals - light blue anodized
Manufacturer: Reverse Components
Item Code: REC328203
activity: Cycling
dimensions (l/w/h): 100/100/16mm
usage bikesport: MTB
Pedal Version: Flat Pedal
plattform size: 100 x 100mm
Pedal Thread Size: 9/16 "
Model year: 2022
Color: Blue
weight: 405g
manufacturer item code: 30096
Weight Source: Manufacturer
Material pedal axle: Steel
Material pedal body: Aluminum
Manufacturer page: http://www.reverse-components.com/