Superstar Nano-x flat pedals review

Brilliant budget flats

Our rating 
4.5 out of 5 star rating 4.5
GBP £44.99 RRP
Superstar Nano-x flat pedals

Our review

The price, platform, grip and sizing make the Nano-x pedals some of the best flats out there
Buy if, You want a stellar set of flats for not much outlay
Pros: Huge platform, excellent grip, burly build, price
Cons: Nothing really
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At first glance the Nano-x pedals tick just about all the right boxes and they don’t disappoint on the trail. They’re CNC machined in the UK from 6082 aluminium alloy, which is stronger than the traditionally used 6061.


The massive platform measures 101x110mm, with outer edges that are just 17mm deep. Both 8mm and 10mm pins are supplied in the box and they’re screwed in from the underside of the platform, making them easier to remove once the pedals are caked in mud.

All in, with steel axles (Ti spindles are available for £40 more) and the shorter pins fitted, ours weighed a reasonable 435g.

On the bike, the wide, concave body provides a stable platform and a huge target to aim for when slapping your feet back on after a loose turn. There’s more than enough room for even the bulkiest of shoes.


Grip is impressive too and we never lost our footing even on rough sections of trail. Long-term testing has proven the durability of Superstar’s bearings and pedal bodies. For the price, there’s a lot to like here.

Product Specifications


Name Nano-x flat pedals
Brand Superstar Components

Platform Size (mm) 101 x 110mm
Body Material 6082 aluminium alloy
Axle Material Steel