Crank Brothers Candy 3 Pedals Review

Crank Brothers Candy 3 Pedal

I decided to try the Crank Brothers Candy 3 Pedals, and I absolutely love them! Depending on how much float you want, you can bolt the cleats onto your shoes in two different configurations, giving you the option of more float or easier release.

Crank Brothers Candy 3 Review

Crank Brothers MTb Pedals

What I really like about the Crank Brothers Candy 3 Pedals (and why I didn’t go with the Eggbeater, which is significantly lighter) is the steel platform that surrounds the spindle. I like having the wider platform because it makes me feel like I’m pushing against something solid, but more importantly, there’s enough pedal there that you can get up and going without actually clicking in, which is really great for uphill starts. It gives you enough time to get up to speed before you have to get your cleat secured.

Overall Impression

Weight-wise, the Candies aren’t bad at 304g per pair, but the functionality is worth any sacrifice in the weight you’d make. (Though you can always step up to the $350 – Candy 11, which weighs in at a scant 226g per pair.) For $140, this is a great pedal—that’s all there is to it.

4.6
Crank Brothers Candy 3 Pedal
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About the Author

Mike Hardaker
Mike Hardaker grew up surfing and snowboarding in Orange County and followed his love of surfing to Hawaii before eventually moving to the mountains to concentrate on snowboarding. When not on a board, Mike worked for Snowboarder and later oversaw TGR's online publication. He went on to found Mountain Weekly News where he is still CEO and Editor in Chief.

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