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Crank Bros Egg Beater 11 Pedals

The Crankbrothers Eggbeater 11 pedals are Crankbrother's lightest pedal at only 174 grams per pair. A titanium spindle, wings and inner sleeve account for the super light weight as well as making the pedals highly corrosion resistant. The Simple, reliable and elegant design features lightning fast entry/exit and offers unparalleled function. This makes the Crankbrothers pedals the best choice for muddy conditions.

The Eggbeater's two-hole cleats fit any mountain shoe. The included cleats are asymmetric and provide either a 15 or 20 degree release angle depending on the right/left installation. The home mechanic will find the Crankbrothers pedals easy to maintain and rebuild in just a few minutes.


  • 6º lateral float
  • Cleats included
  • 174 grams per pair
  • 5 Year warranty
  • 15 or 20 degrees release angle
  • Outer cartridge and inner needle bearings
  • 6AL 4V titanium spindle, wings and inner sleeve

    Please note: Crankbrothers recommends a 200 lb maximum rider weight on the Eggbeater 11 Ti pedals.

  • $375.00
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    Reg Price $425.00
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    Posted on 7/27/2015

    I have been riding these for quite a few years. Prior were called Ti 4 Eggbeaters I believe. Had these rebuilt more than once. Have tried most other types and always come back to this pedal.

    Pros compact and light

    Cons none that I find


    Posted on 7/4/2012

    I have been riding this pedal set for approx 15 years, or when it first became avail. Used to be called something else, but is basically same. I had them rebuilt one time. Remains my fav of everything I have ridden. These are on road and time trial bikes I ride. Nothing to not like here.

    Pros light weight

    Cons none