S&M 101 Pedals Pedals (discontinued)

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S&M One-O-One

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Not too heavy for an unsealed metal pedal. theyre smaller than most pedals and have some alright grip

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Unsealed arent knurled so they slipped a couple of times

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prolly dont even sell these anymore but theyre super easy pedals to maintain. replacement pins are a breeze to use.

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yeah dont do pedal grinds with these if you want to keep them.

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fuckkkkkkkkkkkkkkk these piecies of fkn shit they tore my leg apart!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! it fuckn hurt

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s&m or welgo? no difference there the same. i love s&m products so much that it hurts me to say this....there just like welgo pedals..... they suck

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i have em only cost 20 bucks they got pretty good grip

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i got these on my fit complete. about 4 years ago. They never came loose, but they are heavy. i still have these pedals and could ride them if i needed to. It works on a stock bike, but i definitely wouldn't go out buying these things.

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my mate had these 4 2weeks on his fit flow and they just bend and they dont have great grip

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Small pedals make it harder to balance and really difficult to do big tricks. This was one of the few bad ideas from S&M. They don't make many mistakes, but the 101s are just a bad memory of everybody's feet slipping off pedals everyday right in the middle of tricks where you need traction the most.

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i have these pedals and am seriously disapointed, they bent the first day i got them..they dont have enough grip...they feel to small.

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I have run these pedals for about 2 or 3 years, or from whenever they first came out. I could have bought waaaay more expensive pedals but I thought, "Why not try a cheap pedal as a bit of an experiment?". They are exactly what they appear to be , a cheap pedal. I have the loose ball cheap ones. I still run them and they are still fine. I think they are totally worth what you pay for them. I dont think that they are for everyone. Hard riders would probably do better to pay more, but if your on a budget and arent doing 10ft drops to flat all the time they are a reasonable option

Specifications

Product S&M 101 Pedals Pedals
Riding Type Freestyle
Type Metal
Spindle Material
Colors
Weight N/A
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Miscellaneous

This is a smaller than average pedal. The One-O-One name refers to it's overall size. Most pedals are 110mm. A smaller pedal is lighter and doesn't get in the way as much. The pins are replaceable and each set of pedals comes with an extra set. We only put 4 threaded pins per side to cut down on weight. The additional pins are molded which are way lighter. Our pins are also tapered at the ends with no threads so you can still remove them after they get beat up. The recessed end-cap keeps the pedal serviceable even after the end of the pedal gets damaged.

 

  •  Sealed bearing option available
  •  Replacement pins included
  •  Heat treated & oxide-coated cromo spindles
  •  Embossed shield on recessed end cap of loose ball model
  •  White or Black
  •  Raised diamond texture on sealed pedals

 

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