Announced a little over a month ago, the new Wolf Tooth Waveforms are Minnesota-made flat pedals that feature a dual-concave platform design with a narrow Q-factor and extremely grippy design. Their beautifully machined lines first caught out attention, and after a couple of months of testing, we’ve been equally impressed by how well they perform on the trail. Now, for Collective Reward #139, one member of our Bikepacking Collective will be receiving a set of pedals in their choice of size and color, a $199.95 value for our lucky winner.
The Wolf Tooth Waveform Pedals feature 11 stainless steel rear-loading pins for ample traction, and all pedals ship with a half dozen replacement pins should you lose any. They’re built with three low-friction, fully sealed cartridge bearings and an igus bushing with a custom seal to keep them spinning freely regardless of the conditions. Tapered edges help prevent pedal strikes, and their two sizes (Large: 112mm x 106mm, Small: 105mm x 99mm) are proportionally shaped and scaled to fit riders with a wide range of shoe sizes. Beyond the purple shown here, they’re also available in orange, blue and black.
In his recent review (find that linked below), Logan highlighted that the Waveforms have proven to be incredibly grippy over rough terrain thanks to their pin placement and shape, and their narrower Q-factor was easy on his knees during long days of riding. He also liked the fact that they’re fully self-serviceable, with spare parts available through Wolf Tooth’s “Right to Repair” program. And, we also appreciate the fact that they’re CNC machined and assembled in the US and include a five-year warranty. You can find complete details over at WolfToothComponents.com.
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