Brandon’s design features a lightweight compact platform body that extends inboard bringing the riders feet closer to the cranks for trick control (less Q-Factor).
The Contact pedal has a very low profile concave CNC’d surface that is only 13mm at pedal center and weighs in at only 208g per pedal.
Simple, clean design with a durable sandblasted finish.
A great dirt jump pedal and slope pedal, but some also choose to run on their trail and DH bikes.
Super grippy, but release just when I want them to. Clear mud very well, nice and light, very easily serviceable. They're simple but amazing. I can't ask for much more.
These are basically on every bike I own. Dependable, great shape, adjustable and long lasting. The ano starts to show it’s age and remind me how long I’ve been riding these with out issue. 10/10.
These pedals always grip very well and they last for a long time!
This pedals are my favorite by far.
i have them in both of my bikes (trail and dirt jumper) and I they are so good! Good grip. light and beautiful colors.
A MUST: have customizable pin placement.
I run these pedals on both my trail bike and my bmx. Perfect platform size, pins are grippy when you need them and can remove your foot when you need too. Would recommend to all BMX/DJ riders and flat pedal MTB riders.
My scarab have stood up to a lot of abuse and still feel great. I bought these originally for my trail bike but the fact that they sit closer to the crank than others wasn't ideal for my duck stance. The platform size and grip was great but these got moved to my dj bike as they are more suited to dirt jump/pump track riding than long days of pedaling for me.
I really like these for trail riding. I find they give me some extra clearance and have fewer pedal strikes with the platform set closer to the cranks. Usual stellar Chromag quality.
Having customizable pin placement is a must for me. The Contacts are nice and grippy through mud, snow, and everything else. I love all the color options as well. I wear a size 10 shoe, and the platform size is just right.