Designed for off-road riders wanting a bit more shoe contact comes the Trail II Pedals from iSSi. The mid-sized platform gives you a more positive pedal connection, as well as a buffer against rock strikes, keeping the binding mechanism better protected against technical trails. You can expect more control and confidence over rugged terrain, ideal for the all-mountain and enduro cyclist. You'll certainly appreciate the pedal's durable build, featuring Black chrome hardware and a strong, ED-coated chromoly spindle. These SPD-compatible pedals come with a 52. 5mm spindle length standard, and additional +6mm and +12mm options (sold separately) are also available helping you dial in your Q-factor. The pedals' spring tension is adjustable and the included cleats offer 4 degrees of float with a 14. 6-degree angle of release. Finally, the Trail II spins on bushings and bearings for a nice balance of durability and value and is available in a multitude of colors.
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