"Exustar is a pedal and shoe company that offers everything from road to mountain bike products. The E-PM825 is a new pedal aimed at trail riding with a thermoplastic platform surrounding a die-cast aluminum body. These pedals use sealed bearings and a chromoly axle. Exustar designed these to be SPD compatible with a retail price of $100."
Read article: https://mbaction.com/new-product-discoveries-17/
Some extracts from the very positive review of E-PR2 pedals by James Bracey:
"[Exustar] … has been steadily building a reputation for providing excellent value clipless pedals."
"The Exustar E-PR2 pedals are a good alternative to the bigger, more popular pedal brands normally chosen."
The pedals –
"… have lovely smooth bearings with not a hint of play or roughness."
"… unclipping accidentally whilst riding is almost impossible."
More info about E-PR2 pedals
Note: The reviewer says that only white pedals are available in the UK. However, black pedals are available in many markets. Contact your local sales representative.
Come and visit Exustar at Interbike*. The largest gathering of the bicycle industry in North America is on from Sept 20 – 22 in Las Vegas. We hope to see you at our stand to show you our latest and greatest products – pedals, shoes, and accessories. (*Interbike is open only to people working in the bicycle industry.)
Wed. Sept. 20 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thur. Sept. 21 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Fri. Sept. 22 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Eurobike, the world's largest bike show is on Aug. 30–Sept 2 in Friedrichshafen, Germany.
There is a Festival Day for consumers on Sept 2. We hope to see you at our stand to show
you our latest and greatest products – pedals, shoes, and accessories.
Hall/Stand No. A5-409 Floor plan
In February, Exustar began pedal production at a new factory. The new plant in the Dajia Youth Industrial zone, is not far from the company's headquarters in Taichung, Taiwan. Using the latest manufacturing technology, with 12 production lines and 60 employees, the plant has a capacity for producing 30,000 pairs of pedals per month.
General manager Calvin Hsieh said, "With the new plant, we are more efficient. It gives us room to grow, and also beef up our R&D and testing regime."