Canfield Brothers offers its largest flat pedal, the Crampon Mountain

By Stephen Frothingham

BELLINGHAM, Wash. (BRAIN) — Canfield Brothers is now offering its largest flat pedal to date, the Crampon Mountain.

The Crampon Mountain shares many of the features of Canfield Brothers’ Crampon Ultimate, including the convex shape, ultra-thin 6-millimeter leading edges and double-sided pins. The Mountain model has a larger 112 millimeter by 106 millimeter platform. The internals include a bushing at the axle side and stacked bearings at the end internally.

“The Mountain is the culmination of years spent designing and testing flat pedals, and incorporates the best features of the Crampon line,” said Chris Canfield, Canfield Brothers co-owner and designer. “Whether you’re trail riding or downhill racing, there really isn’t a better combination of traction, support and on-the-bike feel—especially in something this thin, durable and low maintenance.”

The company has a design patent on the pedals’ convex shape, which it says “contours naturally to the foot, aiding in grip and placing your foot as close to the spindle as possible for maximum pedal stroke efficiency, eliminating ‘dead spots.'”

The Crampon Mountain is available in 10 anodized colors. It retails for $149.