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Race Face Atlas Flat Pedals

Introducing the Atlas pedal. A low-profile, lightweight, wide aluminum body with double-concave platform. The svelte design makes it perfect for trail bikes while chromoly axle and bottom loading hex traction pins ensure it can take abuse and perform double duty on your DH rig. All of the Race Face styling and performance expected from the Atlas line.

Features:

  • Super thin double concave wide platform.
  • Fully sealed bearing design.
  • Hex-head threaded pin design offers more bite for added security.
  • Fore and aft angled bottom-loading pins.
  • Hidden pin / Grease access port.

Specifications:

  • Built for: trail/am/fr/dh
  • Body material: 6061-t6 aluminum
  • Axle material:chromoly steel
  • Height: 12-14.5mm
  • Platform size: 101x114cm
  • Weight: 355g
  • # of pins:20 shcs hex traction pins per pedal (10 per side)
  • Bearings:4 full sealed cartridge bearings per pedal

Buy Race Face Atlas Flat Pedals from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.

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Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 Great pedals with minor niggle. I have also had the drive side pedal body part company with the axle but this was a result of me trying to get rid of bearing play and not putting any threadlock on the axle bolt afterward. It would seem the problem is that the axle length is slightly too long so once the bearings settle after a few rides a bit of play developes that cannot be removed no matter how much you tighten up the main axle bolt. The solution is to file a small amount of material from the thin end of the axle (non crank end) to shorten its length and put threadlock on the main axle bolt (due to the design a nylock bolt cannot be used). Once I did this the pedals have been 100% reliable and I am running three sets on my bikes. All my sets were imported from the States so they are early production models, hopefully Raceface have fixed this minor issue already. 27 September 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by drive side bearings The drive side platform of the first pair of these I bought FELL OFF after two weeks of riding. I thought is was a fluke but the replacement pair have already developed significant bearing play on the drive side. Do not go near these things. 21 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by impressed with product quality. These pedals are better quality, lighter and stronger than the dmr vaults ive recently used. The coating is very robust, after around 80 miles on the bike so far not even a sign of wear, the pins are extremely grippy and they come with washers to reduce the size of them if need be. Finaly a nice touch is the extra spare pins hidden in the axle I didnt know about. Great value for an expensive pair of pedals 08 July 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by in and out bearing play Well the pedals arrived and once fitted I only used the bike around 3 times, maybe 4 hours total riding time, it was then I noticed in and out bearing play had developed as well as side to side movement. I sent the pedals back to chain reaction who helped out really well, unfortunately they had to go back to raceface for a repair. Any how raceface did attempt to repair them but it was as if an apprentice had done the job, I.e tool scratches all over one pedal, the one which was repaired funny enough. So again I sent the pedals back to chain reaction who again were very helpful and they replaced them for a new set straight away. When these new pedals arrived I fitted them to the bike and surprise surprise in and out bearing play has developed again, except this time I've not even stood on the pedals. DO NOT BUY AS YOU WILL HAVE ISSUES 08 July 2014
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Hi, I use DMR Vault pedals and find that Five 10 shoes are the tackiest rubber you can have for flat pedals. I hope this helps
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