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Moto Urban Pedal

MOTO Bicycles from Berlin, Germany has created the award winning MOTO Pedal. The pedals feature an innovative design that is a complete game changer for city cyclists. A team of designers and engineers developed a bike pedal that gives you maximum comfort, safety and optimum power transmission. With an attractive, light weight, slimline design, the MOTO Pedal features a strong grip tape ensuring excellent adhesion and preventing painful slips even with smooth leather soles in wet conditions.

Available from Moto Bicycles online store or at amazon.co.uk




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