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I'll go with whatever is made in the USA first and foremost, preferably California, preferably southern California, and if I can at all help it, somewhere in the proximity of San Clemente, that also supports locally crafted beer. I prefer to make a day out of purchasing my new pedals so I'll rise before the sun and pedal from Dana Point south to shores of San Clemente where a Shaman will await me and bestow upon me fresh new gear crafted from the hands of a skilled journeyman who recently arrived aboard a caravan from Guatemala. He will insist i meet his eldest Senorita named Maria. I don't know why, but her name is always Maria. Anyway, to make a long story stay on track, his name is always, you guessed it, Juan. Juan will insist that I wear the fruits of his labor and so we'll sit Indian style on the San Clemente Beach sand and build a small fire. We will pass around a canteen with the finest tequila, the Shaman will fall asleep, followed by Juan, after sternly warning Maria of something she is clearly expected to do. After noticing that Maria has been left standing for the entire time we had been talking, laughing and passing around the tequila I offered her some tequila but Juan awoke and yelled something at her that made her jump back in fear, then in perfect English she said, "Jose will get very angry with me". I whisper back "who the hell is Jose"? The remainder of the morning Maria and I will stand over the fire and she will refuse to sit with me for fear she will be yelled at and so I will awkwardly bob my head giggling as I look down at them and over to Maria who I can see desperately wants a drink of water. Everything I try to offer her she adamantly refuses to accept. So the day rolls on and things will begin to take a toll. How can the Shaman and Jorge sleep under this up to there necks, finally I whisper to the Shaman, so as not to awake Pedro but the Shaman will not move. Then Jesus will begin to speak and my tongue will become numb and my body will lose all feeling and ill stare at the heaven's, "he is risen, the son of God, rejoice father..." then Jesus will continue, "no puto, it's Juan you idiot, stop talking and get some rest bendahole" it is then that you will realize you are drunk off your ass. You will look to Maria but she is nowhere to be found. You will wake up to a police officer asking if you are ok and telling you that some people called worried about you, that you were sitting in your car with the windows rolled up sweating profusely, crying and very sad, then you stopped moving and they thought maybe you died, they'll ask to see your driver's license and you will show them your i.d. and tell them you were driving uber day and night and you must not have known how tired you were but you have to keep driving day and night to make any amount of money because the pay is so little sometimes all you are doing is performing a charity and making just enough money to buy your next tank of gas. You don't understand why so many drivers including yourself continue to drive for uber when it is not even really uber's fault, the market dictates the pay and the people are willing to continue this never ending hamster wheel of working 84 hours a week behind the wheel just to pay for the bare essentials, which does not include rent, and you begin to see the picture that many drivers either live at home where somebody else covers there room and board or they simply live in there car. It is crazy and the people know that something must be strange going on that so many cars are always driving around without a passenger like birds flocking to a child throwing one crumb at a time waiting for the moment he finally throws the whole loaf of bread and this is known in the uber industry as the weekend when rides flow in abundance, and this abundance is picked up upon by people smart enough to work a different job during the week and then get in on the action that the weekend brings, furthering the pain of those drivers who have worked all week and only banked $140, sometimes a little more and often even less. Your dreams of buying finely crafted pedals from a journeyman from Guadalajara new into town from a caravan will have to wait. The officer will hand you your license back knowing that society has already labeled you a privileged man who is systemically racist and you will nod your head and hop out of your car and open up your trunk and pull out the finest bicycle anyone had ever seen. You will unfold that bad boy in 7 seconds, grab your gas can and pedal your ass to the nearest gas station on your Aventon Sinch with brand spanking new FOOKERS glistening under the Shenzhen skies. This one is for you President Xi Jinping, Thank you. Because of your shared vision started by American ingenuity and greed, I can purchase a few bargain knock-offs at dirt cheap prices. Hell, why not, as the late great Grady Bowers used to say just before holding up a convenience store at gun point, "I'm just a squirrel trying to get a nut" RIP Grady Bowers. I miss you man
true as long its worth it
Diamond back resin for me in YELLOW 😄
I ride road bikes but i love flat pedals. :)
There's fooker pedal knockoffs now for only $11.99 on amazon
I've ridden the same $21 amazon composite pedals for 3 years in mud, snow, sand, rail trail grit, salt from being installed on road bikes, nasty pedal strikes on logs, ramps and rocks you name it.. they won't die. They don't even squeak or wobble. Never been maintained because I figured when they go I'll toss them and get new ones.
I'm 250lb and wear a size 12 shoe and have no problem with grip or foot placement. The only thing I've done is get even longer replacement pins and installed them on the front row or as needed for even more grip..
The only reason to get branded pedals is for cool points. At the end of the day pedals are pedals, and specially in the case of nylon/ composite pedals, they are likely bought in bulk from a random Chinese factory by any company to stamp their name on it.
Loving my old saint on my dh rig, it sturdy and it bites, only 50 bucks for brand new one. I dont know about newer saint pedlas
I just use aluminum bmx pedals
Pin me please
I got aluminum pettles for 20$ on Amazon.
I lost it at FOOKER 😂
I just checked the prices on your linked amazon page. Far out! Do you guys have a clue how cheap you can shop? Here in New Zealand we pay a bloody premium for all of those items!
Budget-conscious? Well, whatever helps you sleep at night it theft
So you like them cheap fookers, eh?
I run rock bros pedals
New Wellgo pedals bought from Ebay, broke up after only a few hours riding.
Suspect I was sold fake Wellgo pedals.
Chester all the way and I'm a size 12 shoe and they feel just right!
'Some people are super budget-conscious'
Poor. You meant, these are pedals for poors.
I have had a pair of mosh aluminium flat pedals for 18 years. Money well spent.
@chuck The VPs are slimmer. I'm short and pedal strike is a huge issue for me if I run larger flats. I still own these pedals, I have no idea how they still function. I have only had to refurbish them once.
Vaults knock these into a cocked hat. The VP's look like a kids D&T school project, as does your shitty review.
Do you have the link to the Ti spindle kit? Thanks!