Crank Brothers Candy 2 Pedals £39.99 @ Planet X
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Crank Brothers Candy 2 Pedals £39.99 @ Planet X

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Found 16th Oct 2013
Crankbrothers pedals are a bit of a Marmite affair , for me I love them and , these are only available in the Green/black version , I have them on my every day bike and they are great , on my Stumpjumper I have the Candy 3 and I cant tell the difference and its lighter if that's you're thing ..
Crank Brothers Candy 2 XC / AM Pedal

The Candy 2 pedal is slightly lighter than its brother the Candy 3. Features Crank Brother's exclusive, four-sided entry within a two-sided platform. With mud shedding design and weight saving minimalism, this pedal can go anywhere on the trail.

Cast stainless body, stamped steel wings and steel spindle add strength and stability without a weight penalty
Low-profile design and platform deliver a more powerful and efficient pedal stroke
6° of knee-saving float with a choice of a 15 or 20° release angle gives you a customized fit for all terrain
Delrin bushing inner and cartridge bearing outer
Plastic end caps
Brass cleat and mounting hardware included

WEIGHT: 296g/pair

7 Comments

Have they resolved the sealing problems?

Like you say, marmite pedals - I prefer Shimano. The M530 are available for less than £20 delivered at Merlin merlincycles.com/bik…tml?

Nice, have been tempted by these for a while, would have went for it if they were not green.
Edited by: "callum84" 16th Oct 2013

miffyl

Have they resolved the sealing problems? Like you say, marmite pedals - … Have they resolved the sealing problems? Like you say, marmite pedals - I prefer Shimano. The M530 are available for less than £20 delivered at Merlin http://www.merlincycles.com/bike-shop/mtb-parts/transmission-gears/pedals-mtb/shimano-pedals/shimano-m530-trail-spd-pedals.html?


What do you prefer about SPD?

don't be tempted. just buy. miles ahead of shimano.

does marmite look good but fall apart?

Original Poster

Don't know Never tried it , don't like the smell :P

callum84

What do you prefer about SPD?



Dunno, always used em I s'pose. Been using spuds since the mid 90s and would be too much of a faff to change all my pedals and cleats now.
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