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87
$135
Editors' Choice Award
Spot on product that overtakes the reigning king in almost every category.
82
$180
The top dog race pedal from Shimano that can punch above its class.
81
$180
Updated doesn't necessarily mean better, they're larger and heavier than their predecessors.
78
$120
Shimano's enduro approved mini platform is big on performance.
76
$160
Top Pick Award
Solid, stable and heavy, we found the control they offer top-notch.
76
$125
What's not to like, the Time performs well and feels great while keeping the weight and profile in check.
73
$129
Enduro, downhill, or all-mountain worthy, the GFX is a great match with soft soled clipless shoes.
71
$89
Top Pick Award
Impresses on the flat side and gets the job done on the clipless side.
71
$140
A good pedal if you value performance and adjustability and really don't care about the weight.
70
$68
Best Buy Award
Delivering good performance at a very low price point, there are not many downsides to this pedal.
69
$130
Great feeling pedal but its mud performance and heft will probably keep it off of our crank arms.
68
$45
If you want to travel light on a budget, this is your pick.
66
$169
This wide bodied contender is known for mud-shedding abilities and is at home racing or enduro riding.
65
$169
A simple mini platform pedal, it doesn't have much platform or adjustability but it's good all around.
60
$135
Top Pick Award
If platform and adjustability do not top your list of priorities as a XC rider concerned with weight, you may have found your calling.
59
$145
Adjustability on each side makes this lightweight pedal a fit for a range of riders.
56
$90
Its a do everything pedal, but its shortcomings are just too apparent.
53
$125
Its a do everything pedal, but its shortcomings are everything.
48
$225
Unique in their design and purpose, they're less user-friendly than the rest.