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Lost left pedal where can i get a replacement?

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No one sells one pedal. And we don't see any details about your bike in the post.

Bicycle shops, hardware stores, some Big Box stores sell them, but only a bicycle shop will get it right the first time and install it correctly.

Posted on May 24, 2011

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