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50% Pedal Offer Top Picks

If you’ve been reading our blog on flats vs clipless, then have we got a fantastic pedal offer for you! When you purchase a new bike, you will get 50% off of a set of selected pedals. We thought we’d pick out some pedals that are perfect for updating your set up on your new bike. Take a look at what’s on offer for you!

DMR V-Twin Pedal – £129.99

DMR have outdone themselves with this pedal. I’ll let Rory from Upgrade Bikes tell you all about them, with a video from the Core Bike show! Dreamy.


Shimano M540 Pedal – £54.99

These pedals are key if you plan on mountain biking throughout the year. Compact and dual sided, they are incredibly stable and provides enough support for your foot, so it doesn’t feel like you’ve lost your footing whilst hurtling down those trails. Designed to shake mud off quickly (making cleaning your bike easier for you) these are the perfect no hassle, low maintenance pedal for your new bike.


Hope F20 Pedals – RRP £120 (on offer at £99.99)

This pedal is perfect for the extreme trails you’re gonna be throwing yourself down. Not only do they come in a variety of colours, they are one of the smoothest pedals that you can fit your bike. Durable and slightly concave for maximum support, these are an absolute bargain when you purchase a new bike. Each pedal uses an NORGLIDE bush and three cartridge bearings in a fully sealed chamber to give a long smooth life.


Look Keo Blade 2 Carbon Cromo Axle Pedals – RRP £134.99 (on offer at £104.99)

The sequel to Keo Blade Carbon, the Keo Blade 2 is the end product of a researching, developing and testing. It’s a step forward from the Keo Blade Carbons for sure. The Keo Blade 2 is way more reassuring, far more stable, light to boot and generally a powerful pedal. A carbon blade has been placed at the heart of the pedal, which makes the pedal safer and easier for quick cleat entry and release. What more could you want?


Shimano R540 SPD SL Road Pedals – £44.99

These road pedals are low maintenance, with an easy open design that allows you to snap your foot in and out with ease. They are the perfect entry level pair that you can get whilst upgrading to your new bike. They’re fantastic value for money, even more so with 50% off!



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