Any suggestions on comfortable pedals ?

JBJO

New Member
I dont commute to work, race, or jump hills.. Just an occasional weekly stroll....
Not concerned about weight , looks, or price... Just comfort... I find the factory pedals to be somewhat small and uncomfortable.. Ref. Stromer sport Thanks guys ..
 

Ravi Kempaiah

Well-Known Member
  1. Wellgo MG-1 Magnesium Sealed Platform Pedal (Cheap, $30 and good)
  2. Shimano Saint - ( $60, excellent)
  3. Speedplay drilium - ( $100, excellent and fancy looking)
  4. Ergon PC2 - ($45 , very comfortable and dorky looking)
 

JBJO

New Member
Thanks Ravi ! Nice selection to choose from... Im doing the "comfort" research now between the Wellgo's and the Ergon's...
 

Nirmala

Active Member
I second the Wellgo MG-1 recommendation. They are very wide and comfortable and also grippy, especially with my Five Ten biking shoes. I find I can pedal much faster without my feet tending to fly off the pedals, which is handy if I want to keep pedaling when my gears spin out going down hills.
 

Brian Lee

Member
  1. Wellgo MG-1 Magnesium Sealed Platform Pedal (Cheap, $30 and good)
  2. Shimano Saint - ( $60, excellent)
  3. Speedplay drilium - ( $100, excellent and fancy looking)
  4. Ergon PC2 - ($45 , very comfortable and dorky looking)
LOL! Yes, the Ergon PC2 are very comfortable and, yes, they look rather dorky... I had them on my ST1.
 

JBJO

New Member
Ordered the Wellgo Mg1 via 2 day delivery from Amazon...
I went with the white to match the bike... I was afraid the white might be a little too much overkill.. But I think they look great...
Thanks to everyone for taking the time to make the recommendations...
 

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