It still surprises us when we talk to factory mechanics about their bikes that they say the footpegs are their favorite part. Given, they are typically talking about custom welded or even billet titanium pegs which are pretty cool, not to mention ferociously sharp. Speaking of sharp, we are looking at IMS’s new Core MX Footpegs that come in either “Standard” or “Sharp” versions. As you can see, the latter pegs are for riders who care way more about maximum grip then they do boot sole longevity. The standard version looks identical just with a bit of the edge knocked down as to offer more grip than stock pegs, while being more courteous to your footwear. Now, these aren’t titanium, rather, they are cast 17-4 stainless steel. Just eye-balling the weight when we snapped the photos, they seem to be on par with stock peg weight, though IMS says that the pyramid tooth shape allows the pegs to save weight without sacrificing strength.