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The pedals of a pump track mountain bike are designed to meet the specific needs of this discipline which involves riding a circuit of bumps and turns using primarily body movement to generate speed, rather than pedaling. Here are their characteristics and standards:

1. Function:

Pump track mountain bike pedals should provide maximum grip so the rider can keep their feet in place while traversing the course. They must allow efficient transfer of force from the cyclist to the pedals to generate speed using primarily the pumping movement of the body.

2. Materials:

Pump track mountain bike pedals are typically made from lightweight but sturdy materials such as aluminum or reinforced composites. This helps reduce the overall weight of the bike while ensuring sufficient durability to withstand the stresses encountered on the course.

3. Design:

Pump track mountain bike pedals often have a flat design with a wide contact patch to provide maximum grip. They can have metal or plastic nubs on the platform to improve grip, even in muddy or wet conditions.

4. Size:

Pump track mountain bike pedals are generally medium to large in size to provide sufficient contact surface with the rider's shoes. They must also be strong enough to withstand the stresses encountered during intensive use on the course.

5. Compatibility:

Pump track MTB pedals are generally compatible with different types of MTB shoes, whether shoes with or without cleats for clipless pedals. This allows riders to choose the type of pedals that best suits their riding style and personal preferences.

6. Maintenance:

As with all mountain bike pedals, it is important to maintain pump track mountain bike pedals regularly to ensure their proper functioning and prolong their lifespan. This may include regular cleaning, replacing worn pins and greasing the rotating mechanisms if necessary.

In summary, the pedals of a pump track mountain bike are designed to provide maximum grip, optimal stability and exceptional durability, to allow riders to efficiently navigate the course using primarily the pumping motion of the body.