Introduction

If you have a broken pedal or desire pedal clips this guide will assist you in removing and replacing your pedals.

Tools

Parts

  1. Flip the bicycle upside down so that the bicycle rests on the seat and handlebars. The bike should be able to stay standing on its own.
    • Flip the bicycle upside down so that the bicycle rests on the seat and handlebars. The bike should be able to stay standing on its own.

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  3. Locate the 15mm pedal nut, and position the crank arms for maximum leverage. Using a 15mm open-end wrench, brace the opposite pedal with your other hand and remove the pedal nut from the crank arm. A considerable amount of force may be required to break pedal nut free.
    • Locate the 15mm pedal nut, and position the crank arms for maximum leverage.

    • Using a 15mm open-end wrench, brace the opposite pedal with your other hand and remove the pedal nut from the crank arm.

    • A considerable amount of force may be required to break pedal nut free.

Conclusion

To install new pedal, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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