I’m now looking to pick up some new platforms for trials and off road stuff, I have leg armor on the way so the more vicious they look that better. I’m looking for something that will last a while, and that wont break.
I was concidering the DK iron crosses, with sealed bearings for 50 at dans comp, but I havent heard of anyone else riding on these things
I am fully aware of shinburgers everyone… I would get them but I dont have that kind of scratch. $100-$160 for pedals is alot out of my price range. So lets keep them on the back burner this time. Please?
I am pondering the same question myself. After some persuasion by a certain person I have decided that they MUST be sealed bearings. My oddyssey twisted plastic ones are wearing fast, I need help on which to choose, and the Iron Crosses look sweet!
I’ve always loved the look of the Iron Cross pedals. I use the $15 Welgos from unicycle.com. I’ve used them on my muni for about a year, and on the Coker since June. The ones on the muni have survived lots of abuse and still spin smoothly. I’m really impressed with them.
I’ve used Odyssy Tripple-Trap non-sealed pedals on my mountain bikes, and they have not held up very well.
The replacable pins on the V12’s are allen key style, I’m a bit worried about sheering them off doing a ton of pedal grabs on concrete. Is this as big of a pain in the ass as I think it might be? Or are the screw in style much better for this problem.
Thw iron crosses are heavy, and you could get them in magnesium for half the weight, the only problem is, as somebody thanfully brought to my attention, they are brittle and weak.
Where can i find the V12?