Race Face Atlas Pedals

Race Face Atlas Pedals
Race Face Atlas Pedals
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Atlas Pedals by Race Face
Scanning the sweet lines on the topography map of your playground, you can't help but be drawn closer to adventure knowing the solid and trusted Race Face Atlas Pedals will be your drivers. You can mash hard knowing the pins on the front of the pedals are angled rearwards to increase your grip as you slide the bike sideways and land those airs. You may even feel a bit of calling to the dark side of hill climbing, as the Altas weigh only 355 featherweight grams--but no one else needs to know about that.

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SKU: RCF002F
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