Got the Sport and the Flow. The Pros and Cons.

Taylor57

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I ended up replacing my pedals from Walmart:


Had to use the include adapters which acted like the extenders from Taylor’s post.
Crap, I shoulda ordered the set from Walmart. I think I paid 13 or 14 bucks for the extenders alone at Amazon. Do you like the pedals better than the stock pedals that come on the Sport?
 

BigNerd

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Yeah... I was only down for a week or so. Been riding a regular bike most of the time (bought a Trek Verve 2, much lighter than my MTB), fixed the Sport and I use that on rides that have hills. Mostly everything has healed but still have scars and contusions that haven't quite gone away.

I do think the Kendas are smoother rolling, it's something I noticed when I ride the Sport without any power.
 

Taylor57

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Yeah... I was only down for a week or so. Been riding a regular bike most of the time (bought a Trek Verve 2, much lighter than my MTB), fixed the Sport and I use that on rides that have hills. Mostly everything has healed but still have scars and contusions that haven't quite gone away.

I do think the Kendas are smoother rolling, it's something I noticed when I ride the Sport without any power.
No doubt, I'm just glad it's my kids Sport and not mine! I'm going to PM you.