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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Messenger, Fixed Gear and BMX rider Björn fom Berlin testing MOTO Pedals with straps. Why he likes them? Watch this.

Last night we celebrated the Lodown x Levi’s® Commuter Collaboration at the Buttenheim store in Berlin. Three nice customized vintage bikes got under the hammer for a good cause at eBay .

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’’The Berlin-based company  Moto Bicycles has developed a pedal for city cyclists without any clips and straps which Provides a firm grip with any type of footwear - including shoes with leather soles, and highheels.“

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’’At last a unique idea! This simple pedal from Ali @ Moto was perfectly executed. An ex Pro BMXer, looking to make his way as a manufacturer, Ali managed to turn out this elegant, functional pedal that mixes skateboard technology with street riding“