INTERBIKE: Nikola Pedals Unveils Version 2.0

At last year’s Interbike trade show, Nikola Innovation first unveiled its road cycling pedal. What set it apart from pretty much every other pedal on the market was its ability to move laterally across the pedal spindle. Well, that was “version 1.0,” and it’ll be featured in the upcoming November 2015 issue of Road Bike Action Magazine. But at this year’s Interbike trade show, Nikola Innovation has unveiled an updated version that they’re calling “version 2.0.” Some of the highlights include:

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  • 50 grams of weight savings over the previous pedal set
  • a sleeker, slimmer design
  • better cleat engagement
  • aluminum pedal body
  • new, dealer-friendly packaging
  • all-new pricing… $199 for a set with a stainless steel spindle, $499 for a titanium spindle
  • available right now at www.NikolaInnovation.com
  • For more info on how the Nikola pedal system works, scroll down to our video below…
Version 2.0 of the Nikola road pedal has a sleeker, slimmer design that sees a 50-gram weight reduction over the previous version.
Version 2.0 of the Nikola road pedal has a sleeker, slimmer design that sees a 50-gram weight reduction over the previous version.

Nikola also announced that the company is hard at work on both a flat pedal and a mountain bike/cyclocross pedal based on the Shimano SPD standard. We should be seeing more about these in the coming months, especially considering that Nikola had a 3D-printed prototype of the flat pedal on display at Interbike:

Nikola was showing off this 3D-printed prototype of its upcoming flat body pedal at Interbike.
Nikola was showing off this 3D-printed prototype of its upcoming flat body pedal at Interbike.
Version 2.0 of the Nikola pedals come with updating packaging, which the company says makes it easier for dealers to stock.
Version 2.0 of the Nikola pedals come with updating packaging, which the company says makes it easier for dealers to stock.

Check out our video from last year’s Interbike show, featuring the unveiling of the first Nikola pedal:

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