i want to buy a new mountain bike i found santa cruz blur lt mountain bike but there are No pedals i



Kamolesh Mondal

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i checked over 3 to 4 reviews on the bike on every review i saw no pedals on the bike ,means how can i ride the bike without pedals
 

jhuskey

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My guess is that you buy pedals for it. Some cyclist like to choose their own brand or style of pedals.
 

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FYI. Inexpensive pedals come with bikes from WalMart, Target, etc ...

Sometimes, bike shops provide inexpensive plastic platform pedals with some bikes ([COLOR= #808080]e.g., the lower end bikes in their inventory may come with pedals because, I suppose, the manufacturer provides them[/COLOR]) ...

BUT, with the majority of the better bikes ([COLOR= #808080]and, the Santa Cruz Blur would be in that category[/COLOR]) where the frame is often sold separately and the rest of the components ([COLOR= #808080]e.g., fork, seatpost, wheels, etc[/COLOR]) added to it, the pedals are amongst the components which the buyer chooses ...

That is, the potential buyer buys the pedals separately ...

  • While SHIMANO SPD/[COLOR= #808080]-compatible[/COLOR] pedals are the de facto standard for MTBs, there are other brands which some people prefer ...

So, look at a website like Nashbar.com to get a sense of the range of pedals which are available ...

And, buy whichever bike strikes your fancy + the pedals ([COLOR= #808080]and, shoes + helmet, etc.[/COLOR]) which work for you.
 

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