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Old 05-18-20, 04:49 PM
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Great pedals for my big feet?

most of my riding is commuting 100+ miles a week and I really did not want to go back to cleats I hate the hassle of the shoes and walking. with a e bike you don't really need them for power. so now my size 13.5 feet don't bend and I can use any shoe I want.
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Old 05-19-20, 10:46 AM
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Good to know. Thanks. I have size 14 to 15.
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I use wellgo MG-1, or maybe it's MG-3, I forget. Pretty big platform, I got them for a little over $20 off ebay
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I recently bought some RaceFace Chesters and really liking them
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Originally Posted by 257 roberts View Post
I recently bought some RaceFace Chesters and really liking them
I liked them too but my big feet like these better. Wish they did not cost s much as they do I don't need fancy pedals.
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Old 05-25-20, 02:50 PM
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Originally Posted by fooferdoggie View Post
most of my riding is commuting 100+ miles a week and I really did not want to go back to cleats I hate the hassle of the shoes and walking. with a e bike you don't really need them for power. so now my size 13.5 feet don't bend and I can use any shoe I want.
If the PIs still aren't enough pedal for you, try to get your hands on a pair from a Elliptigo SUB

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Old 05-26-20, 08:58 AM
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Wow.

I thought my 105mm W x 108mm L pedals were decently oversize. But yours are 105mm W x 160mm L. That'll do it.

For me, it's the width that's most useful. Don't have size-13 dogs, myself, but I can't abide narrow pedals. Never have.

Thanks for the reference. I've got a buddy with big shoes who prefers platform type pedals, so he'll probably appreciate these.
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Old 05-26-20, 09:46 AM
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Crank bros has a size large for their pedals which is more of a width thing though it makes the pedal bigger around in general. Supposed to be good for big feet, I'll be ordering some soon since they came recommended for sz13 feet, I need wide as I wear a 4e on top of being a 13.
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Old 05-26-20, 07:11 PM
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Originally Posted by Russ Roth View Post
Crank bros has a size large for their pedals which is more of a width thing though it makes the pedal bigger around in general. Supposed to be good for big feet, I'll be ordering some soon since they came recommended for sz13 feet, I need wide as I wear a 4e on top of being a 13.
I compared them to the race face awhile ago and they were only a small amount larger. these guys cost about the same but are a fair size lager.
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I wear size 13 US or 47 EU and both my bikes have the cheaper plastic version of the Odyssey Grandstand pedal. Itís big, double concave and not super sharp and scratchy. Iíve used them exclusively for several years and they seem big enough and comfy. I wonít say that the spindle and bushing style is my favorite but itís ok and doesnít require relube or adjustments very often once theyíre broken in a bit.

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My Ergon PC2 pedals are like ping pong paddles in their large size.. note the huge wrap around reflectors..


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Size 13 wide (sometimes 14) here. That Ergon looks interesting for supination support. Set screws have eaten through soles of shoes too and that anti slip surface might be a worthwhile change.
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Old 07-09-20, 08:23 PM
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The Kona "Wah Wah 2" pedals are quite large composite platforms as well for $59.99.
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Old 07-10-20, 02:38 PM
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Pedal Extenders

Another thing that can help folks with big feet is to install pedal extenders. They thread into your cranks and you thread your pedals into them. Harris Cyclery in Newton, MA used to carry them in three sizes, to extend your pedals 1/2", 3/4" or 1" outboard. I couldn't find them in their catalogue just now, but maybe if you call them (617-244-1040), they could help you out. Although I am only a size 10, I am very duck footed and they keep me from hitting my heels on the chain stays.
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Old 07-10-20, 03:02 PM
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It's pretty easy to find 20mm extenders for regular 9/16" pedals on ebay. That's basically 3/4".
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Old 07-12-20, 09:31 AM
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DMR Vaults have been the most comfortable pedal I used for my size 12 feet:
https://www.dmrbikes.com/Catalogue/P...lt-2/Vault-NEW



Also use Five Ten Freeriders...between the 2 my feet are more comfortable on the bike, than they are when I'm walking, it's great.
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