The pedals are from Shimano. The quality body is made of 6061 aluminum alloy. It looks very strong on bikes. The size is 85 x 78mm. There is a dual function. It is more efficient to ride with clipless shoes. The aluminum body is 85 x 78mm. It makes riding stable. SMOOTH BEARINGS: LSL. It was very smooth and reliable. Double sided clipless, cleat: compatible with Shimano type cleats. Great grip. These pedals have great grip. Light. The pedals are very light. The weight is 330g and it's 0.7 lbs/pair. The pedal weight is 383g. You can order now and pay free. They can provide a 2-year warranty because they're so confident in their product quality. It was made in Taiwan.
👤I have Tomasso shoes that have the cleats in the sole. Those work well with pedals. These pedals don't work. Sending them back.
👤This is the first review. I will change it if something changes. I ride my hybrid bike on paved trails. This is the first time I've tried clipless pedals. I didn't want to spend a lot. I bought a used pair of shoes. I didn't use the cleats that came with the pedals because the shoes I bought came with cleats. The pedals seem heavy, but my guess is that if you're considering this type of pedal, weight isn't a factor. I think the non-clip side will work well for my casual rides with my kids and I don't want to wear cycling shoes. The clip-in side made learning easy. It was easy to get clipped in even though it was dark because I unclipped them multiple times. The learning curve was a bit slower than I anticipated, but it was much quicker than I expected. I will be putting 200 to 400 miles a month on these pedals, but I can't say for certain if they are durable. I will change my review if there is a problem. They are working fine if I haven't edited it.
👤The pedal on the left went on smoothly. The right one wouldn't work out well. I've been working with bikes for 30 years. I am aware that the threading is different on the left and the right pedal. I tried greasing the pedal on the right to get it to screw in, but it wouldn't go all the way. I'm not sure if I'll leave it as is halfway screwed in and see how it feels or if I'll ruin the threads even more. I tried two other pedals before I tried to put it in and they went in without a hitch.
👤I have these on my hybrid bike, and they've been great so far. I ride with hiking boots or sneakers. They look good on the bike and are lightweight. My foot doesn't slip even when wet, and they're not aggressive like a platform pedal. There is a They don't work with my Tommaso Roma cycling shoes, which do work great with all my other pedals and cleat, but that's the only negative comment. The front of the Venzo pedals is built thick, unlike the actual Shimano pedals, where it is thinner and tapering. These are not compatible with the SPD. The front edge of the cleat is close to the hard plate in the sole of the shoes. I tried another brand of shoe and the Venzo pedals worked well. I didn't see any interference with the Venzo because of fully recessed cleats like on the Tommaso shoes. I will have to adjust the cleat on my road and mountain bike if I need a different shoe. I tried the Venzo pedals but they were not enough.
👤The pedals were installed on the Diverge. The top side of the clip side works best for me. The dual side feature makes it easy to take a quick spin without changing shoes. The pedals are Spartan for a carbon frame bike. The seller has some issues. The pedals are not from the brand of the company.
The Torque range with micro adjustment to 0.5 Nm is included in the Precision Torque Measurement. It is designed for higher Torque setting repairs and installations, including bottom brackets, cassettes, cassette lock ring, crank - sets, bolts and arms, pedals and disc brake rotors. Over-tightening bolts can cause expensive damage to your bike. Applying too little Torque can cause bolts to work loose. It is easy to follow the manufacturer's recommended settings with their 3/8-inch drive dual-direction Torque wrench driver. Each hand tool is tested for accuracy before it is shipped. The Torque wrench width is 3.1 cm. Smooth and precise operation is safe and easy to use. The spring loaded adjustment collar is locked in place at the desired Torque setting, so it won't slip when being used. The scale is easy to read. When the pre-set Torque value is reached, the wrench emits a click that can be heard and felt. Right Tools For The Job includes a 75mm extension bar and a 14” to 12” adaptor. The case has a section for storing bolts when using the wrench, as well as a protective case to keep the wrench and bits safe. The head measures Torque in clockwise and counter clockwise directions. Release the bit instalments button. Each hand tool is tested for accuracy to the requirements of ISO 6789-2:2017 and DIN EN ISO 6789-1:2017-07, as well as test methods for quality conformance testing. Each set has an individual certificate of calibration. If you have a problem with your purchase, they are happy to give you a Refunds or a Replacement.
👤The Pro Bike Tool 3/8" drive is the only one that works for all my biking needs, and I couldn't find anything else that worked. I thought a digital wrench would be easier, but they don't have a mechanical click at the target Torque, so they're not easier to use, just easier to set precisely. The Pro Bike tool wrench is easy to use. The scales for both ft-lb and Nm are easy to read. The lock allows settings to be set by increment. The length is perfect and it would be hard to use around a bike frame if you had to hit shorter and higher toque settings. The only thing that would make it better is to have a slightly lower range. If you don't have a heavy hand for the lighter stuff, the 3/8" wrench is all you need. If you're paranoid, the 4, 5, 6 Nm tool would be perfect. I already have a tool for stems and handlebars.
👤When it came time to Torque the bike, I was looking for a wrench that could hit the higher values for the cassette, pedals, and bottom brackets. I was thrilled to see that the new 3/8" version of the Pro Bike tool had just come out. I ordered it and it did a great job. One of the few tools on the market that can measure Torque in both clockwise and counter Clockwise directions are the two tools. This was a big selling point for me. There is a My other wrench has been reliable. There is a The only complaint I have is that this version doesn't come with the sockets and requires an accessory, but you have the sockets from the smaller kit. I don't need a fan adapter as it can throw off values. I already own the other kit and it didn't change anything for me. I was set. Chris at Pro Bike Tool is always responsive and it's got a great warranty. The reliability is there because they are made in Japan. There is a You can't beat the price.
👤After getting help from customer support, I modified my second review. After trying the tools again on the higher- Torque tool, it actually performed the reset back to neutral. I'm not sure why it doesn't do that when it's manuallyclicking. There is a I modified my original review after using the tools. I have to manually reset the Torque wrenches after they are Torque applied. It's inconvenient to push it back to the other direction, but other than that it applies correctly. Customer support is helpful. There are no comments I bought two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set They looked new, came in boxes with plastic wrap, so we are dealing with either a design flaw or a quality issue here. I will review both of them in this review and post them twice. I'm returning the wrench I got because it's not good. I played with them for a while, but I gave up. It is up to the seller to give an explanation and I might reconsider buying another set and try it one more time. I don't like leaving negative reviews unless absolutely necessary. I think I have never given a bad review. It's necessary because it frustrates me that this doesn't get noticed. I haven't checked for accuracy yet, but both of the wrenches respond to various settings. The trouble begins after that. There is a The 2-20Nm clicks nice in one direction, but the other direction doesn't click at all. It is a very faint feeling and will probably go unrecognized when you tighten a real nut due to hand pressure and not noticing. The 10-60Nm has a nice click in 888-739-5110 There is a The real issue is that once a Torque has been reached, you can't change it by hand. After releasing pressure, both stop clicking and responding in the same direction. They stay, even though one would think releasing the pressure would put it back in neutral state. Unless I force them to click in the opposite direction first, they won't settle back to normal. I have not seen this before. I have a cheap H.F. that behaves perfect, but it also has the same issue as the one I have.
The material is strong enough to remove some of the toughest tires. The tools are sleek and won't hurt your rims pry. The right tool for the job is a 15mm opening for nearly all modern bicycles. It is suitable for installing and removing major pedal systems. Remove pedals with ease, because of the extra long handle, and to protect you from catching your hand on the bicycle chain ring. There are two wrench openings for simple, dual-sided maintenance. High quality and durable heat-treated steel with chrome plated ensures that wrench remains true and does not round through years of use. Product dimensions - overall length 31.8 cm / 12.52 inches, handle length 16.5 cm / 6.5 inches, weight 293g / 0.65 Ib. The Spanner notch was 15/16. The handle is comfortable to use and easy to remove the bicycle pedal. The rubberised handle provides a reliable grip.
👤I lost my previous pedal wrench and found this one as a replacement. I found the head to be much easier to use when I tightened my pedals. The handle grip that comes on it was enough to prevent grease from sticking to my hand. It does all that I'd ask of it, and it's not the brand everyone associates with bike tools, so I recommend this for a pedal wrench.
👤The first job was rounded off by the wrench. The pot metal is not a substitute for a genuine Park tool. The Park brand pedal wrench is a good choice.
👤Couldn't remove the pedal. Not even started. I thought I would have to go to lbs. I sprayed a little wd-40 on the joint after ordering this tool. The smaller tools never got started. This one worked quickly. Was larger and gave me more power. Look no further, this is a great buy.
👤It was very helpful to replace the pedals on my bike. The longer handle makes it easy to turn the screw over. It's recommended in your bike tool box.
👤This is a must have item. Excellent quality material. It should last a lifetime because it is well made and reasonably priced.
👤It makes it much easier to have the right tools. This tool has paid for itself in time and frustration.
👤It worked great for spin bikes.
👤Did the job they were supposed to do? I had to remove the stock pedals from my new bike. I was a bit disappointed that the new ones had to be tightened with a key. I didn't get to use this to tighten them. It was simple to take the pedals off the frog bike so he could use it as a balance bike. I put the pedals back on for him with this piece of cake, because he decided he wanted to try pedals. There is a The longer arm keeps your hands away from the chain ring, and if you remember your physics, the lever requires less force than a shorter wrench. There is a It is one of those tools that you don't really need to use, and you could just use a normal 15 or 16mm wrench. It is nice to make the job easier with the right tools. When you need to change your pedals to have the correct equipment to make the job safer, it is great.
The 8mm bolt design of the SPD and SPD-SL pedals can be used. The Long Handle is perfect for installing pedals or removing pedals from the crank. The tool can be used to install and remove pedals. Both sides have a 15mm wrench. The length is 285mm. The steel construction is heat treated. You can order now and pay free. They can provide a life time warranty for their product. It was made in Taiwan.
👤I went to swap out my bike pedals and found that whoever put them on didn't use grease. Since the pedals were seized up, I couldn't get them to get enough grip, so I tried to get them off with the automotive wrench I had on hand. I ordered this hoping it would work out. There is a There are no defects in the wrench. The handle has good leverage. The gripping surface makes it easy to hold onto. The handle is bent at an angle. By making a small change, the wrench will be able to turn without being in contact with the frame or being blocked from turning. It's easy to move from the right to left pedals with the notch on both sides. If you need it to angle a bit differently, it also helps. The wrench is supposed to do what it is intended to do. I am glad my pedals seized up and forced me to get this tool. Life is made easier by having bike specific tools. I would recommend this tool to anyone with a bike.
👤I like this wrench more than the Park tool model. It is much easier to remove the pedals with this wrench.
👤I was able to remove old pedals and put on new ones with this tool, I am a female in my 30s. I had my bike sit on the ground and it worked. No issues with the size; comfortable.
👤I tried to use an open end wrench to replace pedals on a propel drive kayak. I was having a hard time and nothing was giving. I decided to try it out. It is a must have to use a tool that is designed for this task. The price of this wrench outweighs the frustration and anguish of using the wrong tools because it is a solid, quality, purpose built tool.
👤No real gripes. Get pedals. It could have been a little cheaper.
👤I love it, as an avid cyclist I use it and I have helped many of my friends take off those pedals that won't budge. It does exactly what it is supposed to.
👤This worked well. I bought this after another one didn't work at all. My boys love to destroy their bikes' pedals and I have used this many times.
👤It seems very well made. I like that the handle goes outward so that you can clear your hands. The price is a great value.
100% waterproof, crystal clear. All seals, paints, carbon fiber, seals and bearing types are compatible with non-Staining. It is non-toxic and odorless. The tube has a tip that can be trimmed to open or close the tube.
👤I think it's a great product. This grease is waterproof, ideal for bikes that are ridden in wet conditions. The wheel bearings and headset were removed. The Crystal grease won't be touched by the cleaner because it doesn't remove regular grease. You can use hot water and detergent to clean Silicone grease. Diluted ammonia is also recommended. I wouldn't recommend using gasoline.
👤A two year bicycle commuter who fixes everything on his bikes has a background of writer. I have been using this product for two years. There is a This grease is great for cyclists. I read pro reviews online about this grease, and they are the same as my experience with this product. This grease is very water resistant. This stuff is impervious to rain, snow, and bi weekly cleanings. There is a noticeable difference in resistance when using this product on headsets, bottom brackets, etc. Seat posts and headset stems should only be applied a small amount. Those parts will slip if you apply too much. The seat post is in place because I have a quality wolf tooth clamp that holds it in place. I wiped most of it off the seat post and it didn't slip. I have been using this tube on all my bikes, and one tube should last at least 2 years of service on your hubs, bottom brackets, and all parts of your bike. Non-toxic environmental friendly means you don't take a step back on quality, but not on this stuff. It might be the best bike grease on the market. The reviews seem to agree with this thought. It is more expensive than other greases, but it is designed for bikes. This grease will help protect your parts from wear and tear. That makes up for the difference in price. This is the best bike lube for any bicycle shop or cyclist. The first picture is a picture of the tube and my bottom brackets, the second picture is a picture of the lube on a race. This is the best bike grease you can find.
👤I was surprised by how divided the bike industry is. There is no consensus on what type of grease to use. Lots of marketing claims have to be taken with a grain of salt. White lightning seems to be an established brand. I bought this tub for use on my bike. This grease is all purpose. I would use it to grease any type of bearings on the bike because it is high quality and not too thin. There is a The grease is not sticky on your hands and you can easily wipe it off. It's a bonus if you don't use plastic gloves.
👤I am always looking for great products. This stuff is a little thicker than my other favorite Super-Lube. I use the Crystal on items that need a little more water proof. It's really sweet on cables and ball bearing applications. Threaded items that are exposed to water get this. gripes... I have a grease injection that doesn't fit in.
Marksman Twist Spout makes it easy to apply a product. PolyLube 1000 has a high shear strength. PolyLube 1000 is compatible with conventional greases. A handy 4oz. tube and a 16oz. tube are available. The tub is called PPL-2. Park Tool's poly-urea lubricant is used for bicycle maintenance and repair.
👤This is standard grease for bikes. I use it as my all purpose grease and lather it everywhere while singing Happy Birthday. I love spreading this grease over your axles or ball bearings, it's so smooth and gentle. It would be a good idea. There is a I am an opportunist and the innuendos are not accidental.
👤This is grease. It was very greasy. Don't eat. Put the bike in the car. It works well. I thought it would be black. It's not.
👤The only grease I use on my bicycle and all of my clients bikes are Park tool PPL-1 grease. This grease works well in extreme weather, and has no stinky smell to it. This product is worth every penny.
👤Four stars is only four because of cost. You can get a tube of Lucas Grease for five bucks and it has the same properties.
👤The quality of Park Tools has fallen in the last few months. I remember the quality of the park tools and supplies back in the day. I feel like they have raised their prices and decreased their quality control. Some tools are amazing and some are garbage. Park doesn't always make the best stuff, so read your reviews.
👤This stuff is solid. I'm not a pro biker, but I will tell you that it's better to buy a bike from the factory than it is to buy a bike from someone else. I did the "pepsi" challenge with this stuff, and it was with some of the red "high temp" grease used in automotive bearings. The wheels spun better with this grease than with the red grease, and I fully tested both of them, making sure to fully clean out all of the red before applying and testing this grease.
👤This is worth it if you plan to do your own bike maintenance. I used it to repack wheel bearings on a bike which had not been maintained in a while. The wheels spun quietly after the hub and bearings were cleaned. This tube will last a long time if you're not running a bike shop.
👤I got a free stroller with a wheel that didn't have any bearings on the right side. It was very bad! The local bike shop didn't have a cage of six bearings, so he gave me a few ounces of free bearings of the same size, and I bought Park Tool PolyLube 1000 Bicycle Grease. I had room for 11 bearings per side after throwing away the left side caged bearings. Don't need steenking cages. How can I hold 22 individual bearings to the inside while keeping the outside race to the outsides? You're looking at something. The races should be clean. Spread a coat of bicycle grease on them and it will hold the bearings while you put the outside bearing races to the inside races. The stroller is easy to use.
👤I used this recently for my first bike build and it did the job. It's thick enough to apply correctly. It should last a good while because I barely used any of the tube. I'm very happy because parts move with a very satisfying smoothness. If you found my review helpful, please click the button below.
The package includes a pair of pedals. Please check your bike size before buying. The road bike pedals are heavy duty. The cage clip is 5.8" and the pedal surface is 3.8". The wide toe clip pedals and larger cover with high-speed DU bearings give users a comfortable riding experience. The pedals are designed for all 9/16" bikes. You can use the clips and straps for mountain bike pedals if you remove them. The straps and clips are pre-installed. Bike pedals protect you from slipping in a rapid spin. The pedal surface has a non-slip design and a strap that keeps shoes in the pedal. You can control your bike with Viewall bike pedals. The aluminum alloy body with high- strength cage is an excellent replacement for the bike pedals. Excellent solid bearing is strong, wear-resistant, and does not rust, and it has an excellent service life and stability of the pedal. You can support up to 330 lbs. The package includes a pair of bike pedals. If you have a product issue, please contact them and they will help with the pedals. All messages will be responded to within 24 hours.
👤The pedals that came with my bike were too small. I like to use toe clips in my shoes, as opposed to clipless pedals. I can jump on my bike without changing shoes. The balls of my feet are not right over the pedals because most toe clips don't allow my big feet to go all the way in. There is a The bigger pedals are more comfortable for my big feet. There is a The toe clips work just as well if I'm wearing a pair of narrow shoes. My bike shoes fit perfectly into the clip, as they measure about 10 cm across the ball of my foot. My feet hang up about an inch from the end when I wear my walking shoes. My toes are over the pedals. The problem is that my shoes are 13 cm wide. They are also about a cm taller. The problem is not the fault of the pedals. I found a small block of plastic that I could use as a spacer so I could mount the clip further away from the pedal. This allows my feet to go further in and the balls to be positioned over the pedals. There is a There are pros and cons. The pedals don't move very fast. They feel sluggish as if they used heavy grease. I don't know if this will bother me or not, it's different than my previous pedals. There is a The pedals are a bit heavier than before. They're a bit bigger so no surprise there. There is a I like them so far and I'm happy with them.
👤I bought these on my wife's account. I ride a vehicle. The pedals were easy to install. They hold your foot and I can feel a difference in your legs when you are on a pedal. They pinched my toes after the first ride. I thought it might be necessary to be broken in. They hurt my toes after a dozen rides and became numb. This is a 10 mile ride and I have stopped riding and taken feet out. I've moved their feet. I don't recommend them. I will be looking at other cages and shoes.
👤I convert my road bike to a stationary bike for workouts all year long. It allows me to push down on the pedals for a better workout.
👤As described. It appears to be good quality. Time will tell. Happy so far.
You can get one pair of exercise bike pedal straps, you can share them with your family and friends, they are good bicycle necessities. The high quality material used for bike pedals with clips and straps is considered safe and a gift. PEDAL SPECIFICATIONS The pedals are 9/16 inch. It is suitable for all 9/16 bikes, including indoor exercise bikes and spinning bikes. The pedal is 9.5 cm long, 6.4 cm wide, and 13 cm long. The aluminum alloy body and Sturdy Resin Cage are safe to use. If you choose to put your foot in the non-cage side of the pedal, you run the risk of the cage hitting the ground, so you must be familiar with the pedals before use to ensure safety. Good metal grips on the bottom and nylon type straps on the top will keep your feet positioned just right on the pedals. The YBEKI bike pedals give you an excellent control over your bike. 6 month warranty on quality guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with the purchase you have made, do not hesitate to email them, they will make sure to solve any problems for you as soon as possible. You can return the product for a full refund.
👤The product is good. The average person will need a pedal wrench to get the old off. They should tell you that.
👤These are high quality racing pedals. They are good for the price. The clips fit. I have large feet and they don't pinch. I liked the packaging. They were too good for a cheap set of bike pedals. A nice touch.
👤These were ideal for my road bike once I learned how to slip my foot in and out. They were a bit stiff at first, but they worked out quickly. Very happy.
👤I was able to install these pedals as a replacement for the snap-in because they are a lot stronger than I thought they would be. If you replace the standard pedals or seat, the warranty is voided, but I can easily get on and off the bike without having to deal with the annoying cleat pedals. I would rather take the chance, as I hated the cleat/pedals and seat that comes standard with the product, and I do not expect any problems with the Peloton bike, as that thing is build like a tank.
👤It feels great. No problems, smooth.
👤These are very sturdy and work well. I used them today for the first time and was very happy with my purchase.
👤My kids were able to use clip ins because of the quality product. The product was nicely packaged and easy to attach.
👤No complaints at all. I need a solution to my problem. I can't wear clip in shoes because of my bunions.
👤The pedals rotation is flawed and should be sold for less than 25 dollars. I have to return them. The same model is available for under 30$. I took this one because I thought they were all "metal" except for the toe clips. This is plastic sleeve bearings, and it's not worth the price.
👤It was made of high quality steel. The product is amazing, but I wish it came with some product information, like how to install any warranty information, or a nice thank you.
Professional results on the whole chain Every time. The most used cycling lubrication is in the world. It was made using the highest quality ingredients. Greatly reduces bearing and drivetrain wear. It's recommended for lubricating bearings. It is made with 100% pure ingredients. It's intended for maximizing protection against extreme pressures. When used in quantities and applications as intended, it is non-toxic and emits no Volatile Organic Compounds. It can be used on cable wires, derailleur pivots, stanchions, gasket, pedal springs, and as a clean alternative to conventional anti-seize compounds.
👤Someone told me about this stuff when I was using Benchmade Blue Lube on my knives. The Blue Lube was replaced after I tried this product. The product is not a thin liquid at room temperature or body temperature since it is a grease. It stays where you put it and doesn't stain your pants because it's not a liquid. The best reason to use this stuff is that it seems to have better lubrication properties than oil. I have used it on knives and it has made the action more smooth. Since this product isn't a liquid, you need to disassemble your knives to properly lubricate them. This product is ideal for knife lovers because they take their knives apart for cleaning.
👤I wanted to see if this would provide a significant difference over my previous knife lubrication products. I have tried it on washers with metal ball bearing, ceramic ball bearing, nylon, phosphor bronze, and no washers. The grease made the washers stick together. I can't say that I noticed a difference when compared to the other pivots. The main benefit of this product is that it will likely last longer.
👤This thing will work when you need to apply a small amount of grease. You can get the stiction out of the dispensers. I tend to pull back on the plunger before pressing in on it. The stiction causes the plunger to lurch in and cause a thin stream of grease everywhere. It's a good product, but be careful with it, and pull the plunger back out if you want to cap it. It will dribble if you leave it with inward pressure.
👤It worked well to lubricate the cherry MX switch stabilizer. They can have a rattle.
👤I've been lubricating the keyboard stabilizer housings. It's worked well, but it's likely better than Krytox 205g0 There is a The flexible and pointed end of the container makes it easy to shoot some of this into a stabilizer housing. It's great for situations where the stabilizers are not replaceable. There is a If you have stabilizers, use grease on the wire. Use this on the housings. It will sound better that way.
👤I bought this to use on my Umnumzaan. Works well. The small tube of grease that comes with the knife is much more expensive. I would purchase again.
👤I bought Extreme floro to lubricate the nylon pivot bearings of my pocket knife. Silicone grease was used for lubricating flashlight o-rings. The Extreme fluoro allowed for a smooth opening and closing of the knife. Silicone grease costs about 1/3 as much. Extreme Fluoro could show a difference in a more demanding application.
👤After riding through Florida swamp and sand, my brake cable seized up from all the debris getting pulled up into the housing each time I hit the brake. I replaced the cable and housing but used grease on it to push it through the housing. The tip can be put into the end of the housing after it's been installed. Depending on how much I ride, I reapply it once every month or two. So far, so good!
6 month warranty on quality guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with the purchase you have made, do not hesitate to email them, they will make sure to solve any problems for you as soon as possible. You can return the product for a full refund. The high quality material used for bike pedals with clips and straps is considered safe and a gift. PEDAL SPECIFICATIONS The pedals are 9/16 inch. It is suitable for all 9/16 bikes, including indoor exercise bikes and spinning bikes. The pedals are 10 cm long, 6.5 cm wide, and 13 cm long. The aluminum alloy body and Sturdy Resin Cage are safe to use. If you choose to put your foot in the non-cage side of the pedal, you run the risk of the cage hitting the ground, so you must be familiar with the pedals before use to ensure safety. Good metal grips on the bottom and nylon type straps on the top will keep your feet positioned just right on the pedals. You can have a great control on your bike with the help of the SALVAGEDATA 6 month warranty on quality guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with the purchase you have made, do not hesitate to email them, they will make sure to solve any problems for you as soon as possible. You can return the product for a full refund.
👤The pedals had straps and toe clips. It was installed on my bike. There is a The pedal is harder to get your foot into. The Positz had a small tab. It was difficult to get your toe in the cage the first couple rides because the cage ends were warped down. The pedals are marked with letters L or R. I like them so far. The foot feels safe. I think the Unamucuo system is more secure than my bike was.
👤It was easy to clip the straps to my shoes. Smaller shoes might not fit. I only tried the product for a twenty-mile ride. Pulling up on Toe clips increases power. Pulling out of them at stops is not a problem.
👤It's better than a bike shop. It is easy to slip into.
👤The item was easy to install. It looks like it should work.
👤The most important thing is to get power.
👤The dimensions and weights of the general pedal are larger than I need.
👤The bike pedals are labeled to make it easy to see which side it is on. The plastic toe clip is not cheap and the strap can be adjusted for a specific foot size. The product is worth it for the price.
👤These were very easy to install and I am not a "Do it yourself" person. Work well.
👤The standard pedals that came with my bike were not up to par. My foot would slip off the pedal while I was biking. The pedals have done their job so far, and I have had them for over a month now. I have never installed the side straps because my foot always slipped forward. It's easier to get out of the clip with this. I put my second in its clip once I get going, and mount the bike with one foot. There is no problem using pedals with a foot outside clip. It took me a while to get used to how easy it is to insert my second foot.
👤Placer sur mon velo de spining. Robuste.
👤It was easy to install, just as the picture showed. The ones that came with my bike were all plastic, and I was surprised that these have a partly metal frame. It seems like quality is good.
Over 3 million people have been helped reach their fitness goals by them over the last 14 years. This foldable bike has stood the test of time. The step-through design allows maximum mobility during training for quick mounting and dismounting that is created easier for the knees and back. This item requires assembly. There are eight resistance levels. The bike has a magnetic resistance mechanism. The tension knobs control the difficulty to ride on different terrains. An easy-to-read computer screen shows time, speed, distance, and calories burned in large numbers for easy reading. The equipment has a saddle with high density foam. It has handles that are foam-covered for extra support of the back and arms to help maintain proper form when exercising. Weighted pedals are designed to provide maximal foot support. The bike has foot straps that can be adjusted to fit your feet. Exercise and fitness are the type of sport. The components include the recumbent BIke. The item benefits from an extended window.
👤Does this bike have all the bells and whistles that you would find at a gym? Absolutely not. Does it get the job done? You will. There is a The bike is easy to assemble, holds my weight, and is quiet, but it's not worth the $80 assembly fee. The resistance setting doesn't have a lot of gradation, so this isn't a bike for someone training to be in a triathlon, but for something to sit in front of a TV and burn some calories, which is all I really wanted. After a month of heavy use by a big guy, it has stopped. The bike is holding up well. I'm more of a wuss than I thought, because the highest levels of resistance are pretty darn resistant. If you're looking for a cheap bike to get the job done, I recommend this bike.
👤A stationary bike is a great value. It is easy to assemble. My age is 61 and I managed it on my own. Short stature made it necessary to adjust to the last notch. You may have an issue if you are under 5 ft. Quality is great for the price, sturdy, a little heavy, seat is roomy, back rest is supportive, arm rests help stability while pedaling and give a good place to rest arms. Time passes very quickly when you sit and read or watch TV while exercising. Does not feel like you are torturing yourself exercising. I was able to raise my heart rate on the lower tension settings. It looks like it is made of good quality materials and can leave the living area without being cramped. It's nice to keep track of progress. There were no problems with assembly. Even though there are tools for assembly, I used another tool to tighten the screws. I would recommend this bike.
👤Quality issues plagued me. The materials seem to be high quality and durable, however the workmanship on my unit caused performance problems that I initially blamed on the design itself, this proved to be untrue and was totally fixable. I had been using this bike for about two weeks and was somewhat dissatisfied until today. The product had no resistance differences from settings 1 to 8. My problem was usually not being able to keep my heart rate up. I disassembled the front housing and found that one tabbed washer was installed backwards which allowed the main flywheel to be out of square with the rest of the unit. There is a limit set screw that limits how close the magnets can be to the flywheel, and it also designates the resistance for each setting. The set screw was set halfway out on my unit. The wheel was out of place when it was built, so I am assuming this was to compensate. I moved the set screw to make sure the magnets were as close to the flywheel as possible without contacting it. The highest resistance setting is like riding a bike up a hill through wet concrete, it's a brutal game. The old 8 is about as resistant as 4 is. I think the bike is closer to the way the manufacturer intended it to function now that there are 8 resistance levels. It is insane how a small adjustment can change a bike. If you are facing a lack of resistance from this bike, I highly recommend you to take a look at your setup and make some adjustments. The seat is not something to write about. I think it's common among these. It's worth getting some kind of padding for serious use.
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