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Pedal like the pros.
The Speedplay Zero Stainless Pedals are a pro-peloton approved high-performance pedal system. Designed from the ground up to deliver effortlessly efficient pedaling, Speedplay takes their unique double-sided road pedal and fine-tuned it for high performance. With a fully adjustable cleat, fine tune all three different axes without repositioning the cleat itself. Fore-aft, side-to-side, and rotational foot positioning can all be set quickly and easily to provide the kind of precise fit that's needed to conquer the pro peloton.
The Speedplay Zero Stainless Pedals include their revolutionary new Walkable™ cleats. No more does the brief walk across blacktop, tile, or concrete mean risking an embarrassing fall. The thin cleat profile is topped by a dimpled, rubberized cover that simultaneously protects the cleats and provides a grippy ramped surface that provides a highly walkable surface.
The Speedplay Zero Stainless Pedals feature a stainless steel spindle, weighing in at 206 grams for the pair, while the cleats weigh 70 grams (4-bolt) or 118 grams (3-bolt).
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Still the best ever
I've been a 20-year-or-so Speedplay rider, and this set is their best yet. The cleats are a little funky to install but if you get them properly fitted you can really dial them in. After that they're flawless - lightweight, easy in and out, extremely adjustable float, and with the walkable cleats, you don't feel like you're on skates off the bike. I can't figure out why people ride anything else.
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