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The pedals on a fat bike are specially designed to meet the unique needs of this type of bike, which is typically used on varied terrain, including loose surfaces like sand, snow, or mud. Here is an overview of their functions, characteristics and standards:

1. Function:

A fat bike's pedals should provide excellent grip in varied terrain conditions, including loose surfaces like sand or snow. They must also allow the cyclist to efficiently transmit power to the pedals, while providing good control and stability.

2. Materials:

Fat bike pedals are typically made from sturdy, durable materials such as aluminum, steel, or reinforced plastics. These materials offer both lightness and resistance to shocks and stresses encountered on difficult terrain.

3. Design:

Fat bike pedals often have a flat design with a wide platform to provide optimal contact surface with the rider's shoes. They can be fitted with metal or plastic nubs to improve grip, even in muddy or wet conditions. Some models may also have a concave profile to better fit the shape of the foot.

4. Size:

Fat bike pedals are generally medium to large in size to provide sufficient contact surface with the rider's shoes. A wider platform can also help distribute pressure on the foot and improve stability, especially on loose surfaces.

5. Compatibility:

Fat bike pedals are generally compatible with different types of mountain bike shoes, whether they are 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 fat bike pedals regularly to ensure they function properly and extend their lifespan. This may include regular cleaning, replacing worn pins and greasing the rotating mechanisms if necessary.