There has been some discussion on some of the foot peg options out there and I wanted to give guys a fair warning on the dangers of using the Pivot Pegs. Here are a few quotes from the guys that used them: Actually I found the opposite to be true, but I admit they are not for everybody. Ran them for years on two GGs. Very natural feeling standing and leaning forward. I'm running the stock Beta race pegs now only because the pivot pegs were due for another rebuild and I sold them with the bike. Biggest negative IMO is the maintanence due to the tiny orings that fail often. You may not like them but don't bash until you try. Seems people are very polarized on the idea of those pivot pegs. I have them on my GG and like them. Maybe not enough to but another set . Apart from that quality seems to be very good. One thing I did notice using them is, it appears my knees are a little bit more sore after a long ride which could be due to the extended mobility that they provide. I really tried to like them. I raced with them a few seasons. Never could get used to them. I was warned time and time again from guys in my club I was headed for a crash. And then it happened. Third loop of a European Hare Scramble in February 2007. Running through a deep, whooped out, narrow, rocky sandy wash my left foot slipped of the peg and my tibial plateau snapped. This was caused by the inner spring of the lame ass Pivot pegs breaking allowing them to swing down backwards causing my foot to slip. I might add that there is not one pro level rider that uses these things that I know of. I will be the first to admit I get caught up on gimmicky things. Just be warned that some gimmicks can cause a really painful lesson.