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anybody ever use Nashbar pedals? no reviews listed(nm)(5 posts)

anybody ever use Nashbar pedals? no reviews listed(nm)daneil
Aug 1, 2002 9:58 AM
re: anybody ever use Nashbar pedals? no reviews listed(nm)ClydeTri
Aug 1, 2002 10:01 AM
look or spd style? I use some nashbar spd style...they are supposedly made by wellgo and for their price are a very nice deal..maybe a bit heavier than many would want, but what do you expect for $25?
the spd'sdaneil
Aug 1, 2002 10:35 AM
I've been riding with time atac's on my mtb for a while now and i'm going to get into road biking once someone buys my mtb off of ebay (hey you aren't looking for a nice ti mongoose, are you? :).

I think that the generous amount of float built into the atacs is actually hurting my knees, so for my road pedals i'm looking for something a bit mose solid feeling.

not sure if i should go with the Nashbar Tourmalet's with a claimed weight of 260g. or the Wellgo pedals that nashbar sells with the same listed weight. thanks for the help

-dan

links:
wellgo's
http://www.bikenashbar.com/profile.cfm?category=108&subcategory=1123&brand=&sku=7042&storetype=&estoreid=

nashbar's
http://www.bikenashbar.com/profile.cfm?category=108&subcategory=1123&brand=&sku=5077&storetype=&estoreid=
spds:JS Haiku Shop
Aug 1, 2002 10:42 AM
three pairs at home. the ones i rode on the ss over the winter are rusting. otherwise, no problems. good pedal for the $.
Got a pair for $20. Lubricate them, and they will work well. nmtz
Aug 1, 2002 11:08 AM