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Crankbrothers gives away new Candy 2 Red pedals for easy access on your trails

Crankbrothers Candy 2 Red small platform clipless MTB pedals, Sven Martin photo
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Do you have an XC, trail, or even gravel bike that is begging for some red Candy love? Crankbrothers just added a shiny new candy apple red version to their affordable $100 Candy 2 clipless pedal family. And they are giving away a pair to whoever has the bike most deserving of some red goodness.

Crankbrothers Candy 2 Red small platform clipless MTB pedals

Crankbrothers Candy 2 Red small platform clipless MTB pedals, Sven Martin photo

There have been red versions of Crankbrothers’ small platform Candy & no-platform Eggbeater clipless pedals before. But Candy (apple) Red is new to the #2 level, bringing another shiny color to customize your bike setup at their most affordable alloy-bodied pedal.

The latest $100 / 100€ Crankbrothers Candy 2 Red features a small one-piece machined 6061 alloy platform that works with their snap-on traction pad spacers to dial in the perfect interface with the tread on your trail shoes. They get the 4-sided, mud-shedding Eggbeater engagement design with stamped steel wings, steel spindle & spring, and a mix of inner Igus bushing/outer Enduro cartridge bearing at this level. The result is a 355g (per pair) set of pedals that you can tweak the release angle & float with various Crankbrothers cleats (standard release 15°/20° cleats included). The pedals also come with a 5 year warranty.

How do you win a pair of Candy 2 Red pedals?

Crankbrothers Candy 2 Red small platform clipless MTB pedals, Sven Martin photo
c. Crankbrothers, Candy 7 photo by Sven Martin

Crankbrothers is running the giveaway on social media. So you’ll need to DM them a pic of your well-deserving bike – either via their Instagram or Facebook. And even if your bike isn’t deemed worth enough… it’s only a hundred bucks to pick up a pair anyway.

Crankbrothers.com

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Mikey
Mikey
3 years ago

I wouldn’t call 100 $/€ pedals affordable. I think that category is around 30-60 $/€.

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