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Wellgo V8 Copy Pedals

World class pedal manufacturer who makes products for many of the more fashionable names. Badged as Wellgo you're getting a top spec product for a bargain price.

  • External 'splash guard' seal with internal 'o'ring
  • Fully chromed axle - including bearing surfaces
  • Replaceable pins

Buy Wellgo V8 Copy Pedals from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Silver, White, Yellow, Blue, Red, Black
  • Size: 9/16"
Rated 4 out of 5 by 273 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Big Platform & Good Grip Had a red set of these on a fixie a few years ago that I used for college. Used that bike for 3 years and found them very strong and sturdy with a good platform area and plenty of grip. The cranks were too long on that bike and as a result the red paint got scratched up at the corners a bit exposing silver metal beneath and one or two of the metal grips came off. This was no fault of the pedal though. The long cranks meant that when I cycled like a lunatic too fast around corners the pedals would sometimes scrape the ground. I've since sold that bike and upgraded but my mother recently bought a bike I got her these because she was complaining about her own being small and slippy (Ireland get's a lot of rain). I haven't put them on for her yet but I'm pretty confident she'll like them. They're good value and grippy. Grand for leisure cycling. 04 April 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by cheap and grippy very cheap..but does the job perfect.....me and my mate have bought these with no problems after months of riding.paint can chip when they hit rocks but what do you expect on a mtb...anyway why worry to much about quality,you can buy three pairs for the price of a big brand pedals. 02 April 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dirty cheap, grippy pedals For £13 you cannot ask for too much. These pedals do exactly what they say on the metaphorical tin. They're grippy, they're big, and they're £13. The set I got had slightly rough feeling "bearings". After fitting them i've not even looked at them except to apply a little WD40, so I don't know how they feel now. I don't imagine for a second they've become fixed, but neither do I mind too much. 23 March 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Simple, does what it is designed to do. Solid and Sturdy. Quietly does its job. Pins being replaceable is a huge pro. 20 March 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by They work. I've lost count of how many sets of these I've used . Easy to service and set up . With a little tweaking the can be made to run smoothly and there are some ingenious ideas around for fitting grease ports . My opinion CHEAP AND CHEERFUL . 19 March 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by good low end flats perfect for lesiure rides when you dont need to clip in baught these to go for a ride around lady bower res. with some non cycling friends and due to there experience they stop start regularly so i didnt wish to use my CB candys n keep clipping out, these flats were great for the money and very grippy on my airwalks too 09 March 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Snapped off 1st rough ride and part of it snapped clear off. Also the grip on it is not enough 07 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great cheap product Really good looking very grippy quality pedal at very cheap price. 28 February 2014
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Are these pedals made of metal or plastic?

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These pedals are made from an Alloy ; making them very strong and light.
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It's aluminium, the plugs at the outside are plastic.
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Metal. I corner so hard on my commuter bike that the pedals drag on the floor, so I can see they're metal.
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metal,,and still cheaper than any plastic ones
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These pedals are made of metal. The metal is painted with a glossy durable paint in the colour of your choice.
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These pedals do not have reflectors attached.
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THey do have the reflectors. You can also pop them out if you don't like them.
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my red ones did anyway...but reflectors can be removed easy
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I got the black pedals which did have reflectors attached when I got them.
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I bought black ones this week. They came with reflectors.
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These pedal axles are sized 9/16" which is the standard sizing for Road and Mountain Bike crank arms and will be compatible with a Shimano Crank arm.
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Yes they are 9/16
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Yes. I have a XT crankset and they fit just fine.
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I have a SCR 2 GIANT with a TruVativ Touro 3.2 crank set would i be 1/2" or 9/16"
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Your TruVativ Touro 3.2 Crankset will require a pedal with a spindle diameter of 9/16".
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You will need 9/16"for your bike. Most MTB / Road bikes use 9/16".

The size refers to the diameter of the pedal axle.
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Probably 9/16th. But I would really advise measuring. You'll need to measure the diameter of the thread insert on the pedal that screws into the crank. Or measure the hole in the crank that the pedal inserts into. It might even be written on the ends of the imsert on your current pedals. If your putting new pedals on this should be an easy enough job for you. Hope this helps.
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