PRODUCT RELEASE

OneUp Jumps Into Pedals

Words Pete Roggeman
Date Jun 6, 2017

OneUp Components is still a new brand, but they've been kicking out new products at a good pace ever since they first started taking pity on us and making climbs easier. After getting us all afroth by making multitools sexy again (nope - sexy for the first time), they've followed up their EDC release in April (coming soon - finally - to your mailbox) with another release, just in time for bike park season.

With the announcement of their two new flat pedals, OneUp has your bike's nether bits fairly surrounded: cassettes, chainrings, derailleur cages, and chain guides are all covered. I don't think we'll see chains out of them, and I don't know anything you don't, but I have to think there's a CAD drawing of a crank design sitting on someone's computer in their office-shaped-like-a-house at the foot of the climb up to some of Squamish's classic trails.

The full release from OneUp - and a badass short vid - can be found below.


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OneUp's new alloy pedals come in grey...

OneUP alloy pedal - black

...Black...

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...and Green (of course).

OneUp Flat Pedals. Clip less from just $48 USD.

 Thin, durable, no-nonsense flat pedals at a price that everyone can afford. 

OneUp Aluminum Pedal - $125 USD 115mm x 105mm x 12mm

Bikes are getting lower, so pedals need to get thinner. Our ultra-thin design - only 8mm at the leading edge - gives you maximum clearance on the most technical trails. With 10 replaceable steel pins per side, your feet will stay planted through the roughest sections and with a weight of just 355g, OneUp Aluminum Pedals won't slow you down on the climbs.

Where reliability is concerned, there's no room for compromise. That's why we chose double-sealed, full-cartridge bearings and no bushings for ultimate durability. When it is time to service your bearings, the unique cassette tool lock ring system makes re-greasing the bearings a breeze.

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The new Composite pedals come in Black only.


Thickness: 12mm (8mm at the leading edge)

Platform Size: 115x105mm

Weight: 355g 

Pins: 10 Hexagonal steel pins per side (less surface area than a round pin = more grip)

Colours: Black, Green, Grey

Body Material: 6061-T6 Aluminum

Axle Material: Chromoly steel

OneUp Composite Pedal - $48 USD 115mm x 105mm x 18mm

 The same platform size, weight, and replaceable pins as the Aluminum Pedal, but at less than half the price. What's not to like?

 Cartridge bearing and DU bushing internals

 Thickness: 18mm (13 at the leading edge)

Platform Size: 115x105mm

Weight: 355g 

Pins: 10 replaceable steel pins per side

Colour: Black

Body Material: Nylon Composite

Axle Material:  Chromoly steel


Both OneUp pedals have a very subtle convex profile. We feel that the convex shape gives you more grip and support as it allows the pedal to sit in the natural arch of your midfoot - where most flat pedal riders tend to place their feet. The convex profile also creates the thinnest leading edge and the best clearance for a given axle design.


 Rebuild kits will be available for both models, to ensure full servicing for years to come.

 Replacement pins and pin height adjustment kits coming soon. 


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Comments

shrockie
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Shrockie  - June 6, 2017, 9:46 a.m.

These look amazing. Nice work!

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delusional
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delusional  - June 6, 2017, 2:30 p.m.

"I don't think we'll see chains out of them"

https://can.oneupcomponents.com/collections/chains

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shoreboy
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Shoreboy  - June 6, 2017, 3:05 p.m.

Those arent OneUp chains.  They are a different company's chain they are selling through their site.

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pete@nsmb.com
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Pete Roggeman  - June 6, 2017, 3:17 p.m.

Well, you're right. 

But so am I - that is a sourced chain from YBN, and I meant a proprietary chain design.

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