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    Featured in the 2016 Dirt 100 ‘A very convincing alternative clip pedal’

    With its low profile design and ability to fine tune the cleat mechanism the HT Components X2 is a great clipless MTB pedal for aggressive riders and downhill racers.

    The Cr-moly steel axle glides on three sealed bearing and one DU bushing for long lasting performance. The CNC machined aluminium platform offers excellent support with removable pins for added grip when clipping in on the trail.

    Designed and tested by multiple World Cup Dh champion Aaron Gwin you can be sure of the X2s winning pedigree.

    Key Features:

      • Size: 85 X 94 X 14mm
      • Weight: (pair) 460g
      • Body material: CNC machined aluminium
      • Axle: Cro-moly steel
      • Pedal bearings: New Evo+ system
      • Cleat system: X1/X1F
      • Pins: 5 exchangeable pins for each side
      • Colours: Blue, Gold, Green, Black, Orange, Red, Silver, Grey, Fluro Yellow

  • HT Components X2 MTB Pedals Reviews

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    Value For Money
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    These HT X2 pedals are great quality. Really easy to adjust the tension. I got them in orange they look great on my orange five

    These HT X2 pedals are great quality. Really easy to adjust the tension. I got them in orange they look great on my orange five

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    5 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 5/5
    Value For Money: 5/5

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