How Do You Inspect a Bike Pedal?
Why would you want to check a bike pedal anyways? Good question! This is a question that comes up a lot (and I say “unfortunately” to that). Bike pedals are small and somewhat fragile. They are actually quite prone to damage too because they stick out just asking to get clipped by a tree or bushes (or whatever else can get in the way).
I would highly suggest that you have a good look at your pedals to see if they are still in good working shape. I’ve provided a link on how to check a bike pedal which really sums it all up in a nice clear way. They discuss 3 things to do:
How to Check a Bike Pedal (3 Steps)
Three things to check are all that are required to check the working shape of your pedals. These simple steps should take you only a few minutes, which then leaves you lots of spare time to go on out for a ride.
Ever bent a pedal (I know I have a few times)? How did you do it and did you notice it right away or did it take an inspection be yourself or a bike mechanic to find it? Tells us about it, we’d truly love to hear!