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Installing a Pedal Strap onto a Bike Pedal


Video about How to Install a Pedal Strap onto a Bike Pedal

  • This procedure will demonstrate how to attach a pedal strap onto a pedal
    • This is even easier when the pedal is attached to the bike but we did not have a bike available so we are showing how it is done with the pedalremoved from the bike
      • Tip: Soaking the pedal straps in hot water can make the strap installation even easier as the hot water will soften the rubber making it more pliable
  • Start on the inside of the pedal (nearest the pedal shaft) by placing the slotted hole in the strap at the bottom of the tab and pulling the strap up and into place as seen in the video
  • Then with the tab on the outside of the pedal, start at the bottom and push the strap up and around the tab into place
  • This is all that is required to install a pedal strap onto a bike pedal
  • That completes the procedure
Installing Pedal Strap onto Stationary Bike Pedal Video

on Apr 28, 2014 | Exercise & Fitness

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Where do I get pedal straps for my vital fitness rb 330?


There are multiple sources of "universal" exercise bike pedal straps:
exercise bike pedal straps Google Search

I’m happy to help further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/donald_f2ed37026a3ac881

Aug 24, 2017 | Cycling

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Searching for the proper pedal safety strap that will hold my artificial leg on the right pedal.


try places that deal in artificial limbs and items for immobilized people and see if there is such a strap made for your requirements
if not , it may be necessary for you to obtain the help of an upholsterer to design, fashion and construct a suitable strap for your application
something like a riding stirrup that has an enclosed toe piece welded to the pedal and a strap around the heel would be a idea to start with
just a suggestion

Jul 09, 2017 | Baby Gear

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Looking for pedal strap for pedal


any craft or hardware store has two sided velcro in long strips, it makes a great strap for anything you might need.

Sep 06, 2011 | Cycling

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My Dad is 87 years old and has a small peddle stationary excersiser that he does from a chair. The peddles are too small and he keeps hitting his ankles etc. His feet don't fit into the straps and he's...


You will need a pedal wrench or a fairly thin open end wrench. Pedals are threaded or a good pedal wrench. The left pedal on bicycles unthreads in a clockwise direction and the right pedal unthreads in a counterclockwise direction. The thread back in oppositely. Theoretically they self tighten as you pedal. When buying the new pedals, make sure you take an old one with you to make sure that the threaded shaft is going to be the correct diameter. Any fairly wide pedal with rubber grips would be a good choice. A past customer even used two blocks of wood screwed together through the old pedals as they were too tight to remove. Hope this helps and wish your Dad well.

Apr 23, 2009 | Cycling

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Have a Schwinn xr7 exerciser bike, need new pedals or straps


I am not sure what type of bike you have (did not bother looking it up), but I myself too have a schwinn exercise bike (recumbent) and the straps recently broke, and when I sent customer service an email from their site they said they sell replacement straps.

I included the kind of bike I had when I inquired so the price given to me might be exclusive to my bike only, so you'll have to contact customer support yourself to see if they sell replacement straps for your bike and if so how much.

Mar 15, 2009 | Cycling

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