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  • #31
    I'm thinking of buying odyssey plastic pedals...
    Are they strong enough to street riding?
    Last edited by guilhermeteles; 2008-12-16, 11:43 AM.
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    • #32
      Originally posted by uniaddict View Post
      Sorry, I was talking to you. Anyway, these look intriguing. It doesn't look like they have enough pins though.
      Ultimate link fail!

      Last edited by UnicycleJuggler; 2008-12-16, 12:46 PM.

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      • #33
        Primo Plastics?

        So, i finally purchased myself some Twisted Pc's the other day and i love them! i was really torn between those and the Animals though, i think i made the right decision. Great pedal.

        I saw these at the BMX store too
        I remember i use to ride the big blocky Primos on my old 24" street, anyone here tried them yet?
        www.krisholm.com
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        • #34
          Originally posted by UnicycleJuggler View Post
          The best pedals I have ever used on my unicycle are the cheap plastic ones that came on it. I'm still using them and I've not exactly been going easy! Here they are:

          They're also the cheapest pedals you can buy from UDC!
          I love those pedals. I have a pair of them in white and they are awesome.

          I also have a pair of Animals, which are awesome.

          I have another pair of Mg1's with Ti spindles which are awesome!

          And I have axiom double jumps which aren't awesome but are pretty good.

          I've gone through a few other pedals as well that aren't worth mentioning.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Jkohse View Post

            I saw these at the BMX store too
            I remember i use to ride the big blocky Primos on my old 24" street, anyone here tried them yet?
            I think those are gonna be my next pedals I try. I am not to sold on the knurled surface. They looks pretty good for flat tho.
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            • #36
              so what are the differences between animals and twisteds? i will get one of those pair myself.

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              • #37
                Whoops! Unfail. These guys seem to make some pretty neat pedals. I mean come on guitar pedals.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by uniaddict View Post
                  Whoops! Unfail. These guys seem to make some pretty neat pedals. I mean come on guitar pedals.
                  hahah i beat you to it i posted one of those on the first page,the ti ones look sweet and are cheaper than mg1s.
                  If Emos are so anti-conformist why do they all look the same?

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                  • #39
                    Gettin these for Christmas.

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                    • #40
                      the odessy trailmix pedals that come with the KH 07 uni dont seem to have enough grip for me, i want some with a little more grip but not so much than i cant do crankflips as easily
                      Unicycling is great.

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                      • #41
                        i love my plastic biscuts.
                        they have a nice big platform, great for street and flat.
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                        • #42
                          i like the guitar pedals, they're pretty funny but I'd be sad once they started getting banged up
                          War doesn't determine who's right, war determines who's left

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                          • #43
                            my new pedals are orgasmic there light,strong,thin and have a large surface area ill post pictures later.
                            If Emos are so anti-conformist why do they all look the same?

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by UnicycleJuggler View Post
                              The best pedals I have ever used on my unicycle are the cheap plastic ones that came on it. I'm still using them and I've not exactly been going easy! Here they are:

                              They're also the cheapest pedals you can buy from UDC!
                              i used these pedals once i didn't find them that great seeing as they snaped in half the first time i tried to drop of something 3ft high

                              EDIT: hence the word tried
                              Last edited by uni man; 2009-01-29, 12:38 AM.
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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by uni man View Post
                                i used these pedals once i didn't find them that great seeing as they snaped in half the first time i tried to drop of something 3ft high

                                EDIT: hence the word tried
                                Were they those exactly? There are a lot of pedals that have the exact same shape but slightly different pin interface, and many different brands. The ones I have are VP, they are awesome, super strong. I have heard a bunch of other people who have pedals like that and they have done big stair sets and stuff like that without any troubles.

                                I was trying to find out who produced them and I spent a few hours yesterday searching and it really is overwhelming how many copies there are.

                                Also the different colours may have something to do with it. I have the white ones.
                                Last edited by ntappin; 2009-01-29, 01:48 AM.

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