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DMR Brendog Vault Pedals

23%OFF

was $210.73$163.12($135.93 Exc. VAT)
94.43 GBP

Black 9/16
 400 g.

Which World cup DH rider epitimises flat pedal riding better than the DMR Brendog? We developed the Vault design with his testing and input, in 2010. Now we’ve decided to give him his own stealth colourway to say thanks. We also included spare moto pins, perfect for more aggressive riding and capable of WC level Downhill racing.

"Big, Flat, Light, Strong...Matte black. Perfect for controlled chaos." - Brendan Fairclough.

"It has a smooth concave centre and 11 pins per side, seven of which can be flipped to tune the amount of grip. ….plenty of room to shed mud and are nicely shallow to improve clearance." - MBUK

"These are the ultimate, no compromise flat pedal. Beautifully finished. light. super smooth bearing action and a thin profile the at we couldn't get to hit the deck. even on low slung XC bikes." - Shred Magazine.

Features:

Large - 105mm*115mm

Light - 400g per pair

Slim - 17mm concave foot bed

Tough - Extruded 6061 Aluminium and 4140 Cro-mo Steel axles (9/16")

Tunable - 11 pins per pedal. Flip the pins to fine-tune the grip,

Serviceable - High load DU bush and cartridge bearing

*Aggressive ‘moto’ pins also included

Weight: 400 g.

Colour: Black

Size: 9/16

Material: Aluminium

Customer Reviews
4.82 / 5 17 Reviews

Large - 105mm*115mm

Light - 400g per pair

Slim - 17mm concave foot bed

Tough - Extruded 6061 Aluminium and 4140 Cro-mo Steel axles (9/16")

Tunable - 11 pins per pedal. Flip the pins to fine-tune the grip,

Serviceable - High load DU bush and cartridge bearing

*Aggressive ‘moto’ pins also included

Weight: 400 g.

Colour: Black

Size: 9/16

Brand: DMR

Product code: DMR-VAULT-K-BREN

GTIN: 5055308109141

 


 


 


 
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