The single one aspect which makes these useful re the circular disk on which the exterior pedal is mounted which allows for one thing, angle adjustment. The pedal is fixed onto the extension disc in a set place, but where it’s attached via the bolt can be adjusted. This allows you to change the angle of the pedal to cater to your requirements.
Admittedly this isn’t the most ground braking change in the world, but having a pedal at an awkward angle isn’t something anyone wants – and this effectively overcomes this minor but annoying issue.
Pedal extensions such as these also have the advantage of singular installation, allowing you as few or many as you want. You’ll find that this is true in most other cases too, but not all.
Furthermore installation might be a slight issue for some, because bolts are inserted into the regular pedals. This is certainly one disadvantage of this model, removing it means that you’ll be left with some unsightly pedals.
This is certainly an issue when considering that most of their competition allows for portable extensions which can be removed and added at will. The limitations to these are their lack of angular control, as well as lack of complete security. Can humans be trusted to constantly re attach their pedals correctly every single time?
If you want to find out more about similar pedals, see their three pedal extension kit model 999 which is also by GuidoSimplex.
You can also find out about similar pedal guards or extensions by GuidoSimplex here.
Finally, if you just want to get to grips with the entire topic of pedals, you can see our page on all GuidoSimplex pedals.
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