Pedals: they're one of the most important contact points on the bike for mountain bikers. After all, you're going to be standing up on them for most of your descents, not to mention spinning up hill or even flying through the air, if that kind of thing takes your fancy. So a good pair of pedals can make all the difference.
Whether you're after a slick, smooth pair of clipless pedals, or like to keep things flat, everyone likes to get a quality product with a bit of a saving – and we're here to help! Check out our selection of sale mountain bike pedals, grab yourself a bargain and get riding!
Nukeproof Neutron Mag-Ti Flat Pedals 2015
The Neutron Mag-Ti flat pedals from Nukeproof are available with a whopping 57% discount – not a bad saving, considering these are a custom CNC-machined magnesium body with titanium axles, plus 10 replaceable pins per side. The pedals spin on DN bushings with sealed cartridge bearings to help prevent water and crud ingress. Dimensions are 98mm (w) x 99mm x 17mm.
Shimano M540 SPD Pedals
"Affordable, tidy looking and reassuringly durable." That's how we described the Shimano M540 SPD pedals, and you can pick them up for nearly half price at the moment. They're a low profile looking set of SPD pedals, with a Cro-Mo spindle and mud-repelling design, which can only be an added bonus if the trails you ride are filthy and wet. And lets face it, in the UK that's most trails, quite a bit of the time.
Crankbrothers 5050 3 Flat Pedals
One things for sure, the Crankbrothers 5050 pedals look just a little different from most flat pedals out there, and we kinda like their style. The striking red and black (or green and black if you prefer) body is made from aluminium and polycarbonate, with a chromoly steel spindle. 10 x 10mm adjustable pins on each side give control over grip, and the 5050s are designed for downhill and freeride.
NS Bikes Radiance Flat Pedals 2014
Admittedly, these pedals are a couple of years old, but they've got some quality features and hey – we rather like the teal colour. The NS Bikes Radiance flat pedals come with 11 removable pins per side, which measure up around 4.5mm at the ends and 3mm at the axle areas. They have a decent platform size of 103mm x 97mm x 13mm, or 22mm including pins. These alloy pedals also have sealed bearings and bushings.
Ritchey Pro Paradigm V5 Mountain Bike Pedals
For the cross country-focused riders out there, the Ritchey Pro Paradigm V5 mountain bike pedals are a solid choice. We rated them good in our review, stating that they're a set of pedals of decent value for the weight.
Hope Technology F20 Pedals
These durable aluminium flat pedals from Hope scored a darn good 3.5 out of 5 in our review, with a verdict to match: "Not the grippiest or cheapest, but Hope’s pedals are beautifully made and tough as old boots"
With 10 pins per side, and a machined and textured surface, they're ideal for those who like a secure feeling but still want to be able to reposition their feet while riding. What's more, they're available in a veritable rainbow of colours, so you can choose a colour that matches your bike. Not that we ever do that, oh no…
DMR Brendog Vault Pedals
Want a set of pedals with grip enough to suit a downhill rider? The Vault Brendog pedals from DMR, named and designed in collaboration with Brendan Fairclough himself, are aimed right at you.
A tough aluminium platform and Cro-Mo steel spindles, combine with 'tuneable' pins – essentially, you can adjust them to your desired height and profile. Add to this a stylish stealth black finish, and you've got a darn fine looking set of pedals. We rated the older non-Brendog version of the Vaults an excellent 4.5 out of 5 in our review.