Crank Brothers Eggbeater 2 Clipless Pedals

Brand: Crank Brothers

Product Code: 158771

Availability:In stock

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  • PUBLISHED WEIGHT 279 g (pair)
  • COMPATIBILITY Crank Bros cleats
  • BOLT PATTERN 2-bolt
  • MATERIAL Stamped stainless body, Chromo spindle
  • FLOAT 6 degrees
  • Color: Silver with Black or Green spring
  • ADJUSTMENTS Release angle either 15 or 20 degrees depending on cleat orientation
  • 5 Year Warranty from Crank Brothers
  • With 4 sides to choose from, pedal entry is easy and reliable; you'll click in quicker than on any other pedal.
  • Improved spring design alleviates wing rattle, spring migration, and breakage from fatigue
  • Unique design and few moving parts allow reliable entry and release even when gunked up with mud
  • Chromoly spindle is manufactured to pass European standards of quality and safety; you'll never need to worry about breaking one
  • Watertight and airtight internal parts promote a long life and require little maintenance
  • Egg Beater 2 pedals feature a cast stainless-steel body and stamped steel wings for durability
  • 6 degrees of soft float
  • Pedals should only be used with the Egg Beater Cleats (included) which will fit almost any SPD-compatible shoe
  • *The left pedal is indicated by a small grooved line around the threads of the spindle

Featuring the same lightweight, strong, and minimalist design that set the standard for mountain bike pedal excellence, the Crank Brothers Egg Beater 2 continues to improve upon greatness. These svelte marvels have with an updated spring design that is quieter, more stable, and more durable. What hasn't changed is Crank Brothers's trademark 4-side pedal entry system that gets you snapped in pronto, even in the sloppiest of muddy situations. Their chromoly spindle and cast stainless steel body are built to take whatever punishment you can dish out while the sealed internal parts require minimal maintenance. Find out for yourself why Crank Brothers pedals have such a devoted following.


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