- In the last 100 years, while other components have undergone significant change flat pedals have remained practically the same. It's surprising since pedals provide the point which transfers human power to the bike and ultimately the road.
- The position of the foot on the pedal influences your efficiency and has consequences for muscle development and joints from hip to toe.
- The Ergon PC2 is the first non SPD-type pedal to have been designed with the ergonomic demands and the biomechanics of the user in mind.
- The result is impressive. A new type of pedal with features which will increase power and comfort and help avoid aches and pains associated with traditional designs.
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This pedals are really comfortable and they deliver what Ergon promises: an ergonomic and efficient pedaling experience. Materials are great (plastic, but high quality) and the only downside is that they look out of proportion for what we are used to seeing on bikes. My shoe size is 11 UK/45 EUR, so I went for the large version of the pedals, as suggested by Ergon. Your shoe will sit comfortably on them but the pedal will seem huge once you park the bike. If you are worried about looks, you can always go for the small version, it will always be better (and bigger) than a normal pedal. The 3M 'skateboard' grip material has worked perfectly so far, on dry and wet conditions.
Nice pedals, however, I'm finding it difficult to get used to the new shape under my foot - it's not very easy to locate the right position with cycling shoes and this presents a problem when commuting to work in traffic, hopefully this will get better with usage.
Well-made, very good for off road, tracks etc, or town use where you may have to stop frequently and put your foot on the ground. Good reflectors for night safety.
Not sure if I'd tour with them - I do miss the help on the upstroke with toe-clips. And while the non-slip surface is great most of the time, if your feet aren't in full contact, e.g. you're wobbling and the angle's not right, they can slip off sideways quite dramatically sometimes with the slight varus angle of the pedal.