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VP Components Bicycle Pedal

As a bicycle rider, there are times that you need to make adjustments to your bike or switch out gear that is worn. Bicycle pedals are an easy piece to upgrade and change out when needed. From long consistent rides, or advances in pedal design or even the occasional accident, there are a number of reasons as to why you might need to change out your pedals. VP Component pedals come in a variety of styles that use with a select type of materials. Their pedals come in either alloy metal, aluminium, plastic or steel. Depending on your riding style and sport, certain materials would perform better than other. Additionally, they make pedals to suit almost every type of riding including road, mountain, BMX and city. They even make pedals for exercise and children’s bikes.

VP Aluminium Bicycle Pedals

There are a wide range of aluminium bicycle pedals that VP Components manufacturers. Covering all riding styles, VP Aluminium bicycle pedals are sold either as a shiny silver or coated matte black. They also have the option of straps, depending upon the type of riding, and you use these in accordance with the pedals. Other features of these bicycle pedals include gripping spikes, gripping footbeds and contoured pedals to fit cycling shoes. Some aluminium pedals are available in colours as well to add a pop of colour to your bicycle. These pedals are lightweight for quick pushing.

VP Alloy Bicycle Pedals

Alloy bicycle pedals are for all types of riding, similar to aluminium bicycle pedals. They also have similar features as aluminium bicycle pedals regarding the look and feel in material as well as add-ons like gripping surfaces and secure footings. These pedals are heavier than aluminium but much more durable. VP alloy bicycle pedals are able to withstand extreme riding when it comes to mountain and road biking and the elements you may face. You will definitely get your money’s worth for these pedals with the kind of construction and strength inside such a small package.

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