From $179.99 USD
Low And Lean
Made from super-strong 6061-T1 aluminum, the double concave body is sleek and light while still giving your foot a nice wide platform to stand on.
Round And Round We Go
Fully sealed 4-bearing design makes for smooth rolling rotations over an extremely long life. And the ability to rebuild makes it nearly unkillable.
Ride Don't Slide
Pins at the front and back of pedal are angled slightly to provide improved traction and foot comfort. Because pedal bites suck.
Look Good Ride Good
Our top of the line pedals come in 6 different colours so that you can add as much flavour and flair to your ride as you like.
More than just a trusty platform for stomping landings and railing around berms, the Atlas Pedal has long been Race Face's top contender. It's strong, thin, concave, lightweight, rebuildable, and ideally suited for getting wild in the woods.
|Platform Height (MM)||14.5|
|# of Pins||20 SHCS hex traction pins per pedal (10 per side)|
|Platform L x W (MM)||114 x 101|
|Axle Material||Chromoly Steel|
|Body Material||6061 Aluminum|
These are some of the best pedals I’ve used. Super smooth bearings and a good pedal platform.
Me, not the best rider, but I do ride a lot. And I crash fairly frequently, so I always look for durability in components. When I rebuilt my 2012 Cove Gspot last year, I opted for Atlas pedals. In Raceface gear ranging from riding shorts to handlebars, I've been impressed by longevity and performance, plus I aim for BC built gear, and so these pedals were pretty easy to choose. My first big pedal strike crash three weeks ago happened versus a boulder and right away I could feel the pedal was out of round, so I ordered new spindles right away; this didn't fix the problem, so I began to fear the xt crank was bent. Yesterday, I did some deductive work and found, thankfully, the crankset would not have to be replaced, and indeed the pedal platform is bent. So, takeaways from this lesson: Faceface built some very nice performing (weight, feel, predictability is awesome) pedals and if I could afford another set, I would get them. However, because I do crash, it may have been wise to opt for a pedal with a bit more robust construction. Interestingly though, is the potential of a heavier constructed pedal to transfer the pedal strike force into the crank, spindle or bottom bracket, in which case the repair would have been more costly. Just unfortunate the pedal body bent and not the spindle, I wish I could have ridden these bad boys a bit longer....
These pedals are super smooth and solid feeling and are the best gripping pedals I’ve used.
Long story short...Love the pedals, I still think they’re overpriced. Can’t justify giving five stars honestly.
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