I feel like I've spent more time tweaking my R&M Charger than I have riding but for commuting I want to have it set up just right. Thus I've decided the pedals must go. They are fine when the streets are dry but slippery when wet. This past weekend I was out twice with wet streets. We didn't have rain but a constant mist/fog. I wear shoes with a walking/hiking tread most of the time. My feet would slip off the pedals and usually at the most inopportune time (starting from a stop at a red light). I've been searching the Internet and their are many pedals and at the same time few (by that I mean some I find at manufacturer websites I can't find for sale in the US to he public such as VP Components). So what pedal is appropriate for a speed pedelec and commuting? It needs to be grippy and preferably have reflectors and offer a solid purchase (maybe not too narrow) but I don't want to clip into anything. On my regular bike I installed some Origen 8 Classique Pro pedals. I like them but they are narrow and I'm not sure they are appropriate for a higher speed bike. Any suggestions as to what to use on a commuter speed pedelec? Mostly riding with athletic shoes such as hikers, water hikers (I wear Keens in the summer) or sneakers. Stock pedals are VP-191.