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Stoked On Fixed Bikes, Janury 2014, Page 52
"...This pedals look supercool as you can see on the picture, we love the wooden feature and the special grip makes you feel really safe riding your bike with those pedals"
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Ride any toe straps you like.
Just use the holes beneath the griptape designated for this purpose (see drawing). Have fun!

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

The MOTO pedal creates a direct connection to the bike, which was not thought possible without clipless pedals.

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Using Toe Straps

Ride any toe straps you like. You can mount straps with longer screws (M4 x 20 mm) and matching washers to the pedal, see pictures below. Our pedal has no pins, so it´s really easy to get in to the straps.In contrast to conventional pedals, where the sole of the shoe only has a few square centimeters of face contact, the patented MOTO pedal has a significantly larger, uninterrupted platform. The better distribution of pressure provides for a more effective transmission of power, and no pressure points after many hours of riding.
 
NOTE - Only use the connection points beneath the griptape designated for this purpose (see exploded diagram of pedal). Drilling holes into the pedal or damaging the body will result in loss of Warranty rights.
 

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