Platform Pedals And Shoe Damage Bike Commuting

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On my bike commute I talk about platform pedals and shoe damage caused by pedal pins!

I ride my bike with flat pedals because it is easier to jump off and walk normally, but mountain bike shoes are a good option if you prefer clipless pedals.

Do you ride with flat pedals or platform pedals with pins? Let me know in the comment section below!

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