Twenty6 Products – Special Edition Pedal

Twenty6 Products is releasing a special edition of their Rallye Pedal in an unique color with five full sets of colored pins and hardware.  Made of 6061-t6 CNC, the chrome-plated platforms connect to your cranks with 6al-4v Titanium axles and weigh only 369g/pair.  These pedals are made for downhill and AM/Freeride bikes, and actually come in quite a variety of colors (shown after the “more” break).  The special edition shown above is a limited run of only 26 units, first come, first served.  Twenty6 also makes some sweet CNC billet brake levers for numerous Avid, Hayes, Formula and Shimano hydraulic disk brakes.  Check ‘em out when you read “more”…

Not shown on the pedals, but shown below on the levers is the “Urban Camo” color scheme, which looks pretty sick.  Also available (but not shown) are White, Dirt (Brown), Orange and Red.  The pedals have a whopping 76 locations for traction pins, which are available in any of the 10 anodized colors so you can mix and match.  The pedals are ultra thin (5/8″), keeping your foot closer inline with the spindle and use an offset parallelogram platform “for more positive foot placement”.  The Ti-spindle version runs $265/pair (339g) and a Chromoly-spindle version runs $175/pair (408g).  Note: The Chrome plating on the special addition adds about 30g, hence the difference in weight.  But, they’re shiny!

The DualieLever is CNC’d from 6061-t6 for a weight of only 54g / pair.  They’re available in the same 10 anodizations as the pedals and will work with any of the following hydraulic brake levers:

 

  • Avid: Code, Code 5, Juice (all models)
  • Hayes: Mag, hfx-9, Stroker Trail, Stroker Ryde
  • Formula: Oro
  • Shimano: Deore (pre-2007)
  • MSRP $75.00
Twenty6 Products also makes some “Gas Caps”  handlebar ends to keep your grips where they’re supposed to be.  They’ll work with ODI lock-on and regular grips, weigh 35g and MSRP for $30.  And you can get them in 10 colors so you can make your bike all matchy-matchy-foo-foo.

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