The Burgtec composite pedal is everything you’d expect from a Burgtec pedal but at a more affordable price point.
Uncompromised grip, rugged durability, the exact same sculpted simple lines, fully backed up with spares and at an affordable price.
The best of both worlds can exist.
"Underfoot the composite Penthouse Mk4 pedals feel just as good as the more expensive alloy version. It has a good level of traction and manoeuvrability. The large platform gives you a good space to aim for and while those steel pins offer enough bite to keep you in check. Furthermore, they don’t interfere with those last-minute foot repositioning moments.
Throughout our time testing the composite Mk4 we rode then with various flat pedal shoes including Five Tens, Shimano GR7’s and Giro Riddance and Bontrager Flatline shoes. Each combination complemented each other as well as Manchego cheese and a mature red wine or if you prefer, chicken nuggets and a chocolate milkshake.
The composite Penthouse Mk4 is a versatile pedal that works well in every environment, trail and weather condition you can think of and came back asking for more."
Read the full Singletrack magazine Burgtec Composite Pedal review.
Summit Cycles work will all major providers of the government backed Cycle to Work scheme. If you would like to buy a bike from us using the scheme your employer offers you will need to contact us to discuss the arrangements and eligibility of your purchase. Cycle to Work schemes are a great way to buy a bike and can offer a big saving on the price of your purchase but the ways that each individual scheme operate can vary so it is worth taking some time to find out exactly how your scheme works.
At Summit Cycles we aim to make our part of the process of buying by a Cycle to Work scheme as easy and as simple as possible. We can help you find the right bike and any accessories or extras you will need to make sure you are 100% ready to enjoy your purchased.
The best starting point is to speak with your human resources manager or the person responsible for administering the scheme your employer offers to find out who the provider is and the terms and conditions of the scheme they offer. You can often begin the application process by registering directly with the provider, often via their website. Many providers will ask us to provide a quote for the purchase so this is when you will need to speak to us to check eligibility and of course availability of your chosen bike but our staff can help you make the best choice, guiding you to the right bike and accessories and then raising the information you will need.
Processing can take a little time but often we can secure the bike you want with the payment of a deposit, refundable when the scheme provider issues confirmation certificate or payment.
You will find more on our cycle to work scheme page or get in contact with us via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01970 626061 or call by the shop and speak to a member of our team.
Please note: Manufacturers can sometimes change the specification of the products from time to time.