Do you ride flat pedals? Are you flat curious? Are you unhappy with your current flat pedals? Well, our updated Wah Wah II’s pedals could be what you are looking for. Available in both alloy and composite and starting at just $60 you really have no excuses not to own a pair. But you don’t need to just take our word for it, the press loves the Wah Wah II, just check out any one of the below reviews.

You can purchase them at your local dealer and globally online at HERE, and for our friends, to the north, you can head to the Kona Canada webstore HERE.

“These Kona Wah Wah 2 composite pedals have a massive but very thin 120mm x 118mm body, spin on large bearings that are easily serviced and replaced, are notably quiet on rocky trails, come in six colorways, take an absolute sh*t-kicking, and only cost 60 USD.” Andrew Major,

“Long pins and the bigger platform made the pedal easy to get parallel to the ground and bash through rock gardens without my foot bouncing around. I would even go so far as to say these are some of the tackiest pedals I have ridden.” Amos Horn, Bike Mag

“The original Wah Wah made quite a name for itself in the flat pedal world, so Kona had to make sure to do it justice when updating it. Mission accomplished – the Wah Wah 2 is a modern flat pedal which offers excellent grip and a positive feel in a suitably wide and thin package. A combination of bearings and bushings offer a solution for good longevity while keeping the overall profile slim, and the rear-loading pins are easy to replace if need be. The Wah Wah is back!” Johan Hjord, VitalMTB 

“When I ride I like to “dance” around with my foot placement.  Depending on what the terrain is doing I’ll move my feet all over, especially in corners or on descents.  The Wah Wahs gave me plenty of room to do that with plenty of options and never did I once lose my footing. ”  LT. LarSSon,

Kona’s Wah Wah II pedals are ready to rock, with a wide, grippy platform that provides plenty of support for keeping those feet in place no matter how rough the trail, and a price tag that’s tough to beat. Mike Kazimer, Pinkbike