Light, impact resistant and won’t break the bank.


Synth Nylon MTB Pedals Chromag Mountain Bike Pedals
Synth Nylon MTB Pedals Chromag Mountain Bike Pedals
Synth Nylon MTB Pedals Chromag Mountain Bike Pedals
Synth Nylon MTB Pedals Chromag Mountain Bike Pedals
Synth Nylon MTB Pedals Chromag Mountain Bike Pedals
Synth Nylon MTB Pedals Chromag Mountain Bike Pedals
Synth Nylon MTB Pedals Chromag Mountain Bike Pedals
Synth Nylon MTB Pedals Chromag Mountain Bike Pedals
Synth Nylon MTB Pedals Chromag Mountain Bike Pedals
Synth Nylon MTB Pedals Chromag Mountain Bike Pedals
Synth Nylon MTB Pedals Chromag Mountain Bike Pedals
Synth Nylon MTB Pedals Chromag Mountain Bike Pedals
Synth Nylon MTB Pedals Chromag Mountain Bike Pedals
Synth Nylon MTB Pedals Chromag Mountain Bike Pedals
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The Synth is a light, affordable pedal with all the features, using injection molded composite material

☛ Injection moulded with concave surface that is only 15mm at center
☛ 18 height adjustable traction pins/pedal with alternate placement holes
☛ G3 Axle system featuring hardened chromoly axle, dual seals, inner bushing and precision cartridge bearing

☛ Pair of pedals
☛ Spare pedal pins and washers for adjusting the pin height

☛ Polycarbonate/nylon body
☛ Precision ground, hardened chromoly axle
☛ Low friction metal bushing
☛ Cartridge bearing


Profile // Concave Design, 15.0mm at platform center

Material // Polycarbonate / Nylon

Platform // 110mm x 107mm

Stance // 60mm

Pins // 18 per pedal

Weight // 380g/pair

Click here to view the pedal user guide.

CNC Machining

CNC Machining is a process in which a piece of raw material or stock is cut into a final desired shape using a computer controlled machine and often several different machine tools. Depending on the operation in question different tools are called, for example ball mills, end mills, thread mills, taps and slitting saws to name a few, all have different uses and come in all manner of shapes and sizes.

Machining produces extremely accurate parts, often to within 0.001" (I know, Canada is mostly metric but the industry predominately uses imperial units), and is renowned for creating a very high-end look with 3D surfacing and clean, strong edges which forging cannot produce.

Because every aspect of the part must be "cut out" machined parts take a long time to produce. A Ranger body for example takes 20 minutes to machine (the face plate is made separately), then it still needs to be deburred, quality checked, anodised, laser etched and assembled.


Don't hesitate to reach out with any and all questions!

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Worldwide shipping

We ship anywhere in the world with competitive rates from UPS and FedEx. Alternatively you can pickup right here at Chromag HQ.

Service Guide

Need more info on setup, service and spare parts?

Check out our user guides here.


All of our parts are backed by a 1 year warranty.
After that we still have your back with our crash replacement program.

key features

All of our pedals are built upon this foundation.

G3 Axle System

We designed the G.3 axle system with longevity and serviceability in mind.

The G.3 system uses a high-strength chromoly axle with a double seal, inner bushing, and outer cartridge bearing.

Available here
Replaceable Pins

Our pin system is height adjustable via the included washers. They are easily replaceable from the other side of the pedal body, even if damaged. 

Some models feature alternate pin locations for customization, or if existing holes are damaged.

Each set comes with spare pins.

Available Here

All of our pedals are available in a wide range of colours to suit your style and match the rest of your bike.

(Even if your style is all black everything.)

Pedal FAQ's

All of our pedals use a 9/16" x 20tpi thread which is standard in the bike industry.

Our pedals will fit almost any bike with the exception of low-end 1 piece BMX cranks, some kids bikes or other very old bicycles.

Yes! You will get both a left and a right pedal.

Pedals have specific left and right threads (so they don't unscrew while you pedal). It is very important these are installed on the correct side.

The left pedal axle does have a little ridge around it (this becomes important if you are servicing your pedals), but the easiest way to tell is that the graphics/logos read the correct way around from the rider's point of view.

Yes! You will get some spare pins & washers in the box.

Your pedals will last a very long time. It's not uncommon for our pedals to last a decade or more with the right care.

The main wear you will encounter is damaged pins which are easily replaceable. If you run out, we sell packs here.

Sometimes it's a good idea to do a complete service on your pedals if they are running rough or if you have managed to bend an axle. You can change the axle, bushings and bearings which can be purchased here.

However more often than not, a quick strip-down, clean and regrease will keep your pedals running smooth for years to come.

Essentially Q-Factor is the distance between the pedal attachment points on the crank arms, also referred to as Tread. It could also be described as the width of your crankset. This affects your stance, if you've ever been snowboarding think of it as the same thing, essentially the distance between your feet.

Read up on it here.

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Wild C.C.W.-.D.C.
Grippy and priced right.

Seem legit. Good feel and grip.


Great look and feel on the dirt jumper

Dj pedal

Great for dirt jumping. Not sticky enough for all mountain riding.

Yehonatan C.
unfortunately wouldn't recommend

after about 200km of non aggressive xc ride ,the left pedal has started to feel very uncomfortable making a squeaking noises .

I am very disappointed

Hey Yehonatan,

Thanks for the review, sorry to hear you're not happy with your pedals. We offer an extensive warranty on all of our products (more info here https://chromagbikes.com/pages/warranty-information) and would love to see your pedals to see what might have happened here.

Good mid-price pedal

I am giving these pedals 5 stars because there is nothing wrong with them - they are grippy and come in cool colors. However, I’m a New England rider, which is rife with rocks, and I pedal strike more than I would like to admit, which frankly does a number on these pedals. At this point, the pedals have cracked in many places, and I can no longer replace pins as a result. That being said, I’ve gotten close to 1,000 miles out of them, so I’ve definitely gotten my money’s worth.

Thanks for the review! Just in case you didn't know, we do offer replacement Synth pedal bodies for a very reasonable price!
You can find them in the pedal parts section, or just under these reviews.

Perfect Concave and Pins

Love the concave on these pedals, and how the pins are slightly shorter than the Contact and Scarab pedals. Perfect for Dirtjumping/Slopestyle and being able to maneuver your feet for tricks. I've thrashed them for over a year, and they are still mint! Surprisingly durable for a plastic pedal too.

Synth rules

I run the synth pedals on my BMX,
Perfect for the trails even on wet muddy days when your shoes are caked in clay.
I also ride left hand drive so switching the
spindals was no hassle 🤘

Great quality flat pedal for fat biking

I purchased this quality Chromag flat pedal for my Canadian fat bike winter rides! I definitively recommend these pedals! The fully sealed bearings are exactly the same as the Chromag Contacts that I can’t recommend enough!