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  • 4-prong design offers quick and easy entry—there's no fussing with your feet to flip a pedal over to clip in, just put your foot down, clip in and go
  • Egg Beater 1 pedals feature an open design that resists clogging up with mud or other grit
  • Forged chromoly steel spindles serve as a sturdy foundation for the pedals, which spin freely thanks to an outer cartridge bearing and inner bushing bearing
  • Stamped steel pedal bodies and wings offer long-lasting use
  • Cleat release angle of 15° to 20°
  • Premium brass cleats are included with the crankbrothers Egg Beater 1 pedals and are designed for use with cycling shoes that have 2-bolt cleat mounts


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Best Use Mountain Biking
Pedal Design Clipless
Cleat Design 2-hole
Crankbrothers Compatible Yes
Material(s) (Body) stamped steel / (spindle) chromoly
Weight 280 grams
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love 'em I LOVE the Crank Bros. CANDY pedals I've got on my mountain bike, so when I saw that all CB pedals were on sale (25% off!) at REI, I went out and got a set for my road bike that I ride only occasionally. I did a full day ride w/ friends and for the first few times in / out they were a touch stiff - but after that they were as smooth & easy as my 1 year old pedals on my other bike. I love that they're easy to enter, exit & clean, plus with such a low profile they look sharp too!
Date published: 2013-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love 'em, got 2 pairs. I initially got these for my mountain bike that I fitted road tires to for commuting 3 miles to work daily. Later got a road bike and moved the pedals to that bike and ended up getting a second pair of the EB1's to put back on my mountain bike cause I had grown to hate riding without being clipped in. Admittedly, these are the first pedals I've ever owned, so I can't compare them to any others, but I like how they're lighter than pretty much any other pedal, and after a little getting used to it's easy to clip in and more often than not I clip in the first try without even looking at the pedals. The pair I put on my mountain bike to seem to have a little bit more spring tension in them, making it slightly harder to unclip, but it may just be my perception since I have to unclip a lot more often on that bike when I'm trail riding...and usually cause I'm falling.
Date published: 2013-06-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good pedal for recent toeclip eschewer I picked up a pair of these when I decided recently to go clipless, in part because after over 20 years of kicking over toe-clip equipped pedals I am sick of kicking over pedals, and also because of convertibility through aftermarket means to just a platform pedal (for those times you just want to pedal to the corner store in sandals). I find them very easy to unclip from when I need to unclip. I have a little more difficulty clipping in, but I think a large part of that is being rather new still to clipless pedals. I was going to go with these on one bike and then keep the other with toe clips but I have changed my mind since and I have picked up a second set of these for my other bike. I'd give these a four except for the bushing. I fell over once, forgetting I was clipped in. (It happens to nearly everyone learning to ride these pedals). The pedal on that side started rotating with a noise and not so well. I got home and took it apart. They do come apart with just a screwdriver and a socket or nut driver, so no problem there. I was able to shove it all back together with very little trouble, but it just seems that the bushing design is going to necessitate this sort of thing every now and then, resulting in more maintenance. I'll know after several more miles.
Date published: 2013-06-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Love the pedal, but not durable Pedals work great, but the bearings are durable. After only 6 months, the bearings became loose and the pedals began to creak horribly. Go with a higher model, not these low end ones.
Date published: 2014-06-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works for me! I have Eggbeaters on road and commuter bikes and they have worked flawlessly for me over thousands of miles of riding. Clipping in is easy. Exit is automatic. I have experienced no hot spots or other foot issues. There is no platform on these pedals, but with stiff soled cycling shoes that's no problem. Eggbeaters are not road pedals per se, but they're so much handier for road touring than road pedals and shoes with their non-recessed cleats.
Date published: 2014-09-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from broke quickly I have used other crank brothers pedals in the past, but the last few models have been significantly harder to clip and unclip, and this pair was no exception. In addition, this latest pair broke after only four weeks of riding, when the pedal came off the spindle and couldn't be put back on.
Date published: 2015-10-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to use Easy to clip in and out of. Good price. I would receommend them to any road rider.
Date published: 2016-01-09
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