Are all bicycle pedals the same size?

Bicycle pedals are not universal. In fact, there are two main bicycle pedal sizes: 9/16” and ½”. There are also specific pedal sizes used in kids’ bikes. The 9/16” bicycle pedals are used very often and are the standard in pedals, while the 1/2” pedal and other variations of the bike pedal are used less often.

How do I know what size pedals are on my bike?

Check the Cranks on the Bike

If your cranks are made up of three separate sections, two separate crank arms and the spindle that goes through the frame then your pedals will be size 9/16” x 20 tpi.

Are my pedals 9/16 or 1 2?

If the cranks are THREE PIECES, meaning two crank arms bolted to a spindle, it will be 9/16 thread on the pedals. If the crank is ONE piece through a large bottom bracket housing, it’s 1/2 thread.

Are all bike pedal threads the same size?

Thread Sizes

Most pedals have 9/16″ x 20 tpi threads. Pedals for one-piece cranks are 1/2″ x 20 tpi. Older French bicycles used a 14 mm x 1.25 mm thread, but these are quite rare. French-threaded pedals are commonly labeled “D” and G” (French for “droite” and “gauche” (right and left).

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Are all mountain bike pedals 9 16?

Yes, pedals are universal for mountain bikes. But this depends on the type of crankset you have. A 1-piece crankset uses 1/2′ inch in diameter pedals. Two piece and three piece cranksets use a 9/16′ inch in diameter pedals.

Are all pedals 15mm?

Almost all good quality pedals require a 15 mm wrench and are threaded 9/16″ x 20tpi. Most good quality pedal wrenches are 15 mm only. Those that take a 9/16″ wrench are mostly on cheap “Department Store” quality bikes or on older American bikes with Ashtabula cranks and are threaded 1/2″ x 20 tpi.

What is the standard bike pedal size?

Bicycle pedals are commonly a 9/16″ x 20 threads per inch. The inside diameter of the internal thread (the “nut”) must be smaller. Measured in millimeters, the OD of the pedal is typically 14.2mm.

Are 9/16 pedals standard size?

9/16″ is the standard thread diameter size (and 20 threads per inch) used for most modern bikes. Older one piece cranks used 1/2″ thread diameter (also 20 threads per inch). Try this page for some further info

Whats bigger 1/2 inch or 9 16?

Is one half greater than nine sixteenths?

What’s Bigger 1/2 or 9/16?

Fraction Decimal Value
1⁄2 0.5
9⁄16 ≈ 0.563

What size are 3 piece crank pedals?

All modern BMX bikes feature a 3-piece crank with a 9/16-inch spindle and thread size. Kids’ BMX bikes have 1-piece cranks with a ½-inch spindle and thread size. The larger 9/16-inch size increases pedals’ strength, rigidity and control for BMX bike riders for improved power transfer, safety and balance.

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Do bicycle pedals have reverse threads?

Remember, the left pedal spindle is reverse threaded. Turn it clockwise to remove the pedal when facing the crank arm. The right side is normal, so turn it anti-clockwise to loosen it.

Are bicycle parts universal?

But tires and tubes are interchangeable. That’s a common customization we do is we change the tires. Now everything else on the bike is interchangeable meaning you could buy different parts, swap it out.

Are MTB pedals standard size?

When it comes to pedal sizes, there are two sizes: ½” and 9/16”. ½” pedals are only used on very basic bikes with a one piece crank.

Can you put mountain bike pedals on a road bike?

Unless you’re a serious competitive road rider MTB pedals are just fine on the road. I’ve ridden with them for 20 years. I own a bike shop (like the username says) and I focus specifically on touring and adventure cycling. I only sell SPD compatible shoes and pedals as well as five10 shoes and platform pedals.

What size are GT pedals?

GT PC Logo Pedals (Gum) (Pair) (9/16″)