MOTO Urban Pedal

The pedals are one of the three points of contact between rider and bicycle. The more efficient this interface, the better the rider’s ability to convert muscle power into propulsion. This is why clipless pedals are used in competitive cycling, but these are not practicable for everyday use. Conventional platform pedals generally fail to provide optimum power transmission, and urban cyclists know how painful it is when your expensive leather-soled shoes or high heels slide off the pedals and you hit your shin.

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Stylish and "made in Gemany" The advantage of continuous platforms is the improved power transmission while pedaling - The MOTO pedal in the Gala next to Heidi Klum.

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Electra Bike Europe 
 
CRUISER APPROVED!
Thanks to our Friends from Motobicycles! They look great on our STRAIGHT 8!

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’’A pedal also for cyclists with high heels - Firm grip flat above the pedal spindle with the very light weight MOTO Urban Pedal“
 
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’’While road cycling has optimized their efficiency with clipless pedals, little has been done for everyday, urban cyclists—until now 
...Made of weatherproofed laminated plywood with a replaceable grip tape surface available in a variety of patterns, the stylish Moto pedal offers a wide surface (92 x 77 mm) for more foot power for all shoe types and bare feet. At 320 g per pair and 15 mm thin, these could be the lightest and flattest platform pedals on the market. Thanks to its patented sandwich construction with embedded spindle, the Moto pedal eliminates the danger of riders being whacked in the shin by a spinning pedal.“ 

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The ISPO BrandNew winners from 2012 MOTO Bicycles and Zuri Bikes at the BIKE ISPO exibition 2013 
 
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