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The crankbrothers double shot 3 MTB pedal gives you the choice of riding clipped or flat with the same pedal
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No - not another espresso - a MTB pedal with two options:
One side is a clip in pedal - cleats included - based on the crankbrothers eggbeater design
The other side is a flat MTB pedal with pins for extra grip
We have found these to be ideal for an everyday bike (including Brompton / pub bike / Gravel bike) where you sometimes want to be clipped in for racing / power, and sometimes want to wear casual shoes
Just flip the pedal over based on the shoes you are wearing
Also great for the rider wanting to try clip in pedals but not yet ready to fully commit
Choose to ride flat or clipped in. The new double shot is crankbrothers hybrid pedal designed half flat / half clip-in.
Moulded traction pins and diamond plate area provide grip and support.
Weight (per pair)
Forged scm 435 chromoly steel
300 series stainless steel
Igus LL-glide bearing
premium brass cleats included
8 adjustable traction pins
15° or 20°
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