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2018 Keo 2 Max Carbon Pedals

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Look’s 2018 Keo 2 Max Carbon Pedals are lightweight and slim performance road pedals with an expanded contact surface that measures 60mm wide, amounting to a 25% increase in usable surface area. These pedals also feature improved congruity between the stainless-steel plate and cleat, delivering greater foot stability, comfort, and power transfer. The Chromoly+ steel axle features an inner ball bearing and needle roller bearing to better sustain and distribute load. Includes cleats and screws.

Specs:

  • Body: Carbon.
  • Axle: Chromoly+.
  • Pedal stack height + cleats: 17.3 mm.
  • Contact surface area: 500 mm².
  • Float: 8 or 12 degrees, adjustable spring.
  • Cleats: Keo Grip.
  • Pedal weight: 125g (312g per pair w/ cleats & screws).
  • Includes: 2 pedals, 1 pair of grey Keo Grip cleats, screws.
 

Cleat Type: Road Cleats 

 

Pedal Type: Road Pedals 

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I wanted to test out whether the lighter carbon pedals with expanded surface actually made a difference. They definitely feel like they do!
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by JAEII
Competitive Racer
St. Augustine, FL
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I normally use Look but only their less expensive. This product is used on my triathlon racing bike and I love them.

Reviewed 5/4/2018
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