Here in this review, we are taking a closer look at the Deity Components Tyler McCaul signature pedal. Tyler McCaul is one of the sports most progressive athletes. You will find him at events like Red Bull Rampage among other freestyle and downhill events. Tyler and the boss man at Deity, Eric Daives, set out to create a large platform pedal with a true concave pedal body design. In the end, Deity gave us a pedal designed for punishment with ample grip! Check it out.
The Deity TMAC pedals are designed for those riders looking for the ultimate grip out of there pedals. Some riders have different preferences on how they want flat pedals to feel underneath their shoe. The TMAC pedals are meant to lock your feet in place, but still give you the ability to adjust them if you want. Deity offers a full lineup of flat pedals that all vary in the amount of grip they provide.
After 1 year of riding on the Deity TMAC flat pedals, they are still spinning like the day they came out of the box. They are sealed nicely and have held up to big impacts on the hardtail as well as some of the nastiest conditions on the downhill bike. The TMAC pedals have a deep concave shape that cups your foot. Along with plenty of traction pins on each side, there is no lack of grip with these pedals. If you are someone who loves riding on flat pedals, you will love the Deity TMAC signature pedals!
Max Morgan is 25 years old, and lives in Brevard, North Carolina. Max grew up in Atlanta, Georgia and started racing downhill at the age of 15. He has now been racing professionally for the last 7 years, competing in the U.S. Pro GRT series and UCI World Cup series. Check out Max's rider spotlight here!