Your last flat pedal ever.

Incorporating the best technologies that e*thirteen has to offer, the Gen2 LG1+ pedal features: IFD (Impact Flexure Designed) pedal WearPlates, an e*thirteen exclusive SpinControl axle adjustment system, an EXA+ (Exalite+ Aluminum) skeleton, and lightweight steel pins available in three lengths to fully customize the pedal shape and amount of grip.

New for 2013: Gen2 pedals use smaller pins for better grip and have lighter seals for less drag while pedaling.

Primary Uses: Winning World Cup downhill and 4X race as well as bike park & freeride.

body material EXA+ (Exalite) Aluminum
spindle material heat treated cro-mo
pin height 4mm included
wearplates replaceable IFD impact absorbing polycarbonate
bearings self lubricating IGUS bushings
spin adjustment SpinControl T25 adjuster
color black, white
weight 468g
extras optional 1, 4, and 7mm replacement pins; colored replaceable wearplates


What’s the difference between the Gen1 and Gen2 LG1+ pedals?

Well, we wanted to tweak things a bit, so we did:

  • Less seal drag thanks to improved seals. Turns out we all like to ride flat pedals more often than just on the DH bike, so we are using some new seals that cut down on pedal drag when the Spin Control knob is backed off.
  • Smaller diameter pins for better grip and a bit of weight savings. Be sure to order the appropriate replacement pins to match your pedals.
    • Gen1 pedals use a 5mm thread
    • Gen2 pedals use a 4mm thread

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Are there replacement pins, bearings, and Wearplates available for my pedals?

Yes. Check out our webstore or your local Hive dealer. There are even colored Wearplates coming soon.

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Do you really ever run the 7mm pins?

Yes. Our in house DH PROs run them regularly. You will stick to your pedals like glue, just make sure you are wearing shin protection.

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My pedal bearings feel tight. Is there any way to adjust this?

Yes! Loosen the T25 bolt at the end of the pedal axle and using your fingers, rotate the SpinControl knob. This will adjust the bearing tension. Tighten it back up when you are done. Igus bearings will also break in after a bit of riding, so they will naturally loosen up after your first few rides.

You can also check out our video instructions here

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One left pedal, one right pedal. 4mm pins come installed, other pin lengths available separately.