Pembree MTB Flat Pedals
Setting the benchmark in sustainably-produced performance components in the MTB market, PEMBREE was created with 2 goals in mind:
- Design and manufacture mountain bike components that are built to last with incredible design features
- Challenge the mountain biking industry to obtain a more sustainable and ethical approach.
All PEMBREE components are hand-crafted and fully made in England.
All components, from the aluminium all the way to the bearings, are sustainably sourced and easily recyclable.
PEMBREE pedals come with a 5-year warranty
D2A MTB Flat Pedals Made in the UK
The Pembree D2A MTB flat pedal is machined from high-grade aerospace aluminium, with a low-profile high-strength pedal body, premium precision-sealed bearings, corrosion-resistant steel spindle and stainless steel traction pins for class-leading grip.
Score: 9/10 ⭐Pembree D2A flat pedal review
"Normally with a pedal of this quality and finishing there’s a price tag to match, but not this time. The Pembree D2A is excellent value, and when you factor in the build quality and five-year warranty, this pedal is going to last at least the life of your bike."
Score: 4.5/5 ⭐Pembree R1V flat pedal review
"The R1V pedals are extremely grippy, have proven to be reliable when subjected to some of the worst riding conditions and slack maintenance procedures, and are undeniably well-made by a small UK outfit."
Are the PEMBREE R1V Pedals the Most Sustainable on the Market?
"Companies taking the stand and pushing for sustainable production and also recycling is important. I for one, want products with environmental considerations, that push progression of product design. That’s why the PEMBREE R1V pedals caught my eye."
R1V MTB Flat Pedals Made in the UK
The PEMBREE R1V MTB flat pedal has a 5 axis CNC machined concave pedal body, replaceable traction rails, and low-profile aluminum end cap, making it a durable, low-maintenance completely rebuildable pedal for the harshest riding conditions. The slimline end cap maximises the distance between the ball bearings and needle bearings, resulting in more a stable spindle, protecting the bearings and their lifetime.