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Bicycle 9/16" Resin & Alloy Folding Bike Pedals

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22 customer reviews

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  • 9/16" Spindle fits all brands of cranks. Double button lock system.
  • 2 way folding design. Includes reflectors.
  • Resin outer and alloy center with cro-mo axle.
  • Not suitable for toe clips & straps. Not suitable for exercise or spinning bikes.
  • Instructions included.

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 481 g
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  • ASIN: B000XRTHFO
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 21 Oct. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 64,387 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Product Description

These pedals enable compacts and folding cycles to be stored without protruding pedals.

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Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Grev VINE VOICE on 24 Nov. 2011
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These worked well initially, but after a couple of months one of them somehow came loose and unlocked itself as I was riding my bike. As it came loose the downward pressure from my foot twisted the chunky (and apparently soft) alloy side rails that lock the main body of the pedal into place.

After much bashing with a hammer I eventually managed to ram the pedal back into the fully locked position, but that obviously means that this pedal no longer folds. The other pedal is still fine.

All of this is obviously very annoying, but then again these pedals are pretty cheap and if I need any more I'd probably by these again - but on this evidence don't expect them to last forever.*

*UPDATE: They didn't. The other pedal broke while I stood up on the pedals to get some momentum as I cycled up a low hill. Result: I hit the ground head first, cracked a rib, and was lucky not to be run over by a passing car. These really aren't built to last and certainly aren't safe. Avoid.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Yuriy Akopov on 23 Mar. 2011
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These pedals are noticeably heavier than the standard Dahon ones (made by Suntour). Also, as it was already mentioned here, the folding mechanism is more messy - you have to squeeze them from both sides with more chances of getting your hands dirty.

Another notice: when installing them on your bike, don't forget to fold them beforehand. That looks like a coincidence, but I nearly ruined the threading while trying to screw them on unfolded, and it after I folded pedals it was very easy to do.

Everything else is okay about the pedals. The look and feel very solid and sturdy, and hopefully will last longer because of their heavier but hopefully more reliable metal parts. Taking into consideration their price, it's a fairly good choice unless locking mechanism and weight are critical to you.

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I'm adding this after 2 years and changing my rating to 3 stars as one of the pedals broke yesterday (it's a problem with a sealed bearing so cannot be fixed). Expect about 2 years of everyday use - not that bad, not good either.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By S. Moncur on 6 April 2009
Bought these as replacements for the non folding pedals that shipped with the Dahon Jack. These are good but basic folding pedals with a good raised grip area on the plastic part of the pedal. The fold mechanism is manual, but as I'm doing city rides there is not much dirt that gets on the pedals if you need to fold them. Not suitable for off road bikes.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By David Gee on 26 May 2009
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This product is better than the pedals supplied with my Dahon Espresso and cheaper that an original part replacement. Why don't Dahon fit these as standard? If you are a "light cyclist" (I ride about 35 mile a week to commute) then these pedals are for you. Others have said they are difficult to fold but it just requires a different technique to fold them than standard Dahon folding pedals, IMO.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Steve Swift on 6 April 2013
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Mindful of reviews complaining of stiffening bearings, I examined my new pairs of pedals closely.
It was immediately obvious that the pedals had been assembled without any lubrication at all. If you tried to spin the pedals, they stopped after a couple of rotations, making the clear sounds of dry bearings.

I couldn't find an obvious way of getting at the bearings (so I could apply good quality motor grease) so I dribbled oil down the spindle, and into the bearing, rotating the pedals all the time. After a few minutes the initial roughness had disappeared, and the pedals rotated freely, going at least 10 rotations before stopping.

Presumably, the black plastic cap opposite the threaded end of the spindle can be removed to service the bearings, but there's no obvious way of getting that out without prying, and that would damage the seal. If anyone knows an easy way to remove these caps, I'd be grateful if you told me.

Whilst I was at it, I also greased the moving parts of the pedal folding mechanism, so now it operates very easily.

If you follow my advice, then please ensure that you wipe away any lubricant which finds its way onto the surface of the pedalling area. Any oil/grease on the pedals can lead to unpleasant injury to your shins, or worse (the voice of experience here...)
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By TAG on 18 Feb. 2009
A useful replacement for standard Dahon product which fell to bits after about 6 months. The rubber grips shoes well and is large enough to make a good pedal with no risk of the feet slipping off even in the wet. It is a considerable improvement over the all metal alternative which is robust but slippery in the wet.

The locking mechanism seems a little flimsy but seems to hold well. However, unlocking the pedals is not that easy and does require getting the hands dirty. Good price and (so far) good performance make this a sensible alternative to the standard product.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. COPPEN-GARDNER on 15 April 2009
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I have been using these replacement pedals on my daily commute into London for a number of weeks now and think they are great. The mechanism takes a little getting used to after the simplicity of the original Dahon pedals but they really aren't a hassle. I fold/unfold the bike 6 times a day so I think I would get annoyed with them if they weren't so easy to use.
Also generally pretty solid and give good purchase, I have a fairly nasty uphill struggle at the end of the day to get back home of about a mile and a half and they've held out admirably.
Good price too, why pay more!!
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