|Number of Items||1|
|Wheel Size||11.11 Millimeters|
|Included Components||PAIR OF BIKE PEDALS|
|Item Model Number||VP-015-BK|
|Product Dimensions||25.4 x 12.7 x 2.54 cm; 522 Grams|
VP Components VP-Vice Pedals (Pack of 2)
|Price:||+ $11.94 Delivery|
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- Durable and light weight/ CNC machined aluminum bodies: 406 grams per pair.
- Superior grip low profile platform: 14 Replaceable Back-Out Steal Pins per side.
- Ideal flat pedal for Riders who value durability, serviceability, and products engineered to last with 105 x 105 x 17mm platform.
- Perfect for riders who want grip and who are tired of destroying pedals and the cost of frequent replacement.
- Full length forged and heat treated Cr-Mo axle; LSL and Sealed Cartridge Bearings.
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DJ, BMX, All-Mountain, DH, Freeride, pub crawls, the VP VICE is the flat pedal that performs and looks good! Large platform is light and low profile reducing impacts with rocks and roots. It features a Forged and Heat Treated Cromoly Axle and LSL and Sealed Cartridge Bearings. With 12 pins per side, the VP VICE is engineered to give you grip no matter what. VP Vice is fully rebuildable wth the available Rebuild Kit and you can also drop 70 grams off of the set with our Forged Titanium Axle upgrade kit.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 May 2017
The bearings were shot after about 800km of singletrack riding and I ripped one pin out from a rock strike. All in all that's good performance as far as I'm concerned. These are still spinning away on my spin bike and will be a good spare, I don't like being clipped in.
Because of the shape of the platform these don't shed muck or snow as well as I'd like and will occasionally need to be cleaned out with a trailside twig if it's sloppy riding conditions. I wear a US size 10/10.5 shoe and the whole pedal will sit underfoot. If you're riding longer or gnarlier descents where all mountain meets enduro you'll probably want something a little more aggressive.
My only real complaint is that it's extremely hard to source the rebuild kit and I haven't found another brand's rebuild kit which has the same parts, you're going to need 2 bearings & 1 bushing per pedal.
These are a decent buy if you can get them on sale. If these failed beyond what could be repaired with a bearing rebuilt kit I wouldn't buy them again, but I definitely got my $60cdn out of these.
I've used them for about 6 weeks under moderate usage and I'm happy to report that they are still very grippy and have eliminated any foot slippage I used to have with my previous pedals.