Magped’s ENDURO2 Pedals: Experience the Power of Tailored Magnet Strength

Lightweight, Strong, Enhanced Downhill Experience

If there's one thing I know, it's that quality gear can transform an experience from merely decent to truly exceptional. Adventure seekers, thrill chasers, let's talk about the magped ENDURO2 pedals.

What we have here is not just a run-of-the-mill pedal set, my friends. This is the unsung hero of your downhill escapades, handcrafted, CNC machined from a single block of aluminum. They've managed to make this iteration lighter, wider, and stronger – a hat trick that's not easily achieved.

The ENDURO2 pedals are a featherweight champion, with the 150 model coming in at 447 grams and the 200 model a smidge more at 477 grams. That's less weight on your bike and more speed on those downhill sprints, making them worthy of any adrenaline addict's consideration.

In a world obsessed with the shiny and new, they've kept an eye on the classics with their 9mm/11mm combo pin design, only better and sharper. It's an improvement designed to keep you connected to your ride, literally grounding you as you take on the trails.

What you're getting in this package isn't just the pedals, though. It's an all-inclusive kit for your ride. Your choice of magnet strength (based on your body weight), metallic plates for your SPD bike shoes that resist both rust and dirt, screws in two lengths, and even the Allen keys to fix them in place are all part of the deal. They've thought of everything, and then they've added 50 steel pins, just for good measure.

But wait, there's a recommendation from the wizards behind these pedals. They advise that you pair them with flat-soled, two-hole SPD bike shoes with a fine to medium coarse tread. Sounds like a tip worth taking on board. They've spent the time engineering these beauties, so they probably know a thing or two about getting the best out of them.

As for the magnet size, they've even given some guidance there: 150N for those up to 185 lbs, and 200N for anyone over that or looking for some serious grip. Their meticulous attention to detail shines through.

In the world of dimensions, these pedals don't disappoint either: 108 mm in length, 100 mm wide, and a slim 16 mm in height. The result? An optimized profile for your ride, primed to tackle anything the trail throws at you.

In essence, the magped ENDURO2 pedals are a toolkit for trail mastery, a secret weapon for those seeking the next thrill. So, get on out there and make your mark on the world, one downhill ride at a time.

Pros:

  1. Craftsmanship: CNC machined from a single block of aluminum, the quality is literally embedded in the design.
  2. Lightweight Design: At 447 grams (ENDURO2 150) or 477 grams (ENDURO2 200) per pair, these pedals will hardly add any weight to your bike.
  3. Improved Pin Design: The redesigned 9mm/11mm combo pin offers a more secure grip to keep you in touch with your ride.
  4. Comprehensive Kit: The package includes not just the pedals but everything you need to install them and maintain a secure grip, including your choice of magnet strength, metallic plates, screws, Allen keys, and 50 steel pins.
  5. Versatile: The two different magnet strengths allow customization based on the rider's weight or preference for grip level.

Cons:

  1. Price: At $189, these pedals come at a relatively high cost compared to some other options on the market.
  2. Shoe Compatibility: The recommended SPD bike shoes with a fine to medium coarse tread may necessitate additional investment if you don't already own a compatible pair.
  3. Learning Curve: For some riders, getting used to the unique features of these pedals, such as the magnetic system, might take a bit of time and adjustment.
  4. Weight Specific: The choice of magnet size based on weight might not offer enough customization for riders who prefer a different feel.
  5. Maintenance Required: The inclusion of rust and dirt resistant steel metallic plates indicates that some maintenance and care might be required to keep these pedals at peak performance.

$189

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