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Race Face Atlas MTB Pedals

Race Face Atlas MTB Pedals

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Product Description

Introducing the Atlas pedal. A low-profile, lightweight, wide aluminium body with double-concave platform. The svelte design makes it perfect for trail bikes while chromoly axle and bottom loading hex traction pins ensure it can take abuse and perform double duty on your DH rig. All of the Race Face styling and performance expected from the Atlas line.


Key Features:

  • Super thin double concave wide platform.
  • Fully sealed bearing design.
  • Hex-head threaded pin design offers more bite for added security.
  • Fore and aft angled bottom-loading pins.
  • Hidden pin / Grease access port.


Specification:

  • Built for: Trail / AM / FR / DH.
  • Body Material: 6061-T6 Aluminium.
  • Axle Material:Chromoly steel.
  • Height 12-14.5mm.
  • Platform Size: 101x114cm.
  • Weight: 355g.
  • # of Pins: 20 SHCS hex traction pins per pedal (10 per side).
  • Bearings: 4 Full sealed cartridge bearings per pedal.

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Race Face Atlas MTB Pedals Reviews

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Overall Rating:
3.2
out of 5
3.16
Build Quality
2.50
Performance
4.75
Value For Money
2.25

Customer Reviews (2)

4
Excellent
by Russell H on 20/02/2020

Bought a few sets of these now. Not as durable as some like Hope F20 but I find these are just so good to use. Perfect amount of grip for me. Used Vaults, Saints, Hopes and a few others but prefer the feel of the Atlas. Strip them down regularly and grease bearings well. When the bearings do go I’d replace them with SKF, NTN, INA etc.

Bought a few sets of these now. Not as durable as some like Hope F20 but I find these are just so good to use. Perfect amount of grip for me. Used Vaults, Saints, Hopes and a few others but prefer the feel of the Atlas. Strip them down regularly and grease bearings well. When the bearings do go I’d replace them with SKF, NTN, INA etc.

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4.3 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 4/5
2
Terrible water sealing
by Anonymous user on 25/02/2019

Purchased on 22nd November from Tredz along with a new bike. I've used them for three months over the winter (just over 1600km) and the bearings are shot. Water ingress through the large main bearing seal is the problem. The seals are basically useless. Not worth the high purchase price if you have to spend £40 every three months on new bearings. Which is a shame because in use, I really like them. Good grip and a nice stable platform.

Purchased on 22nd November from Tredz along with a new bike. I've used them for three months over the winter (just over 1600km) and the bearings are shot. Water ingress through the large main bearing seal is the problem. The seals are basically useless. Not worth the high purchase price if you have to spend £40 every three months on new bearings. Which is a shame because in use, I really like them. Good grip and a nice stable platform.

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2 out of 5
Build Quality: 1/5
Performance: 4.5/5
Value For Money: 0.5/5