Burly All-Mountain Stability for the Gnarliest of Lines
The Time ATAC MX 4 mountain pedals are a staple among the enduro and all-mountain set. The pedals feature an oversized bearing surface for greater stability for riding the most extreme terrain. If you've ever felt nervous about clipping in on a downhill course, let the MX 4 put your mind at ease.
The ATAC system allows for easy and secure engagement and release. The MX 4 pedals feature 5 degrees of angular freedom as well as 6mm of lateral movement. This amount of movement helps to keep knees comfortable, especially during longer rides and climbing. The MX 4 is more economical than the MX 6; however, it is just as sturdy.
If you're looking to rail those corners, rock gardens and root lines, keep it in the green zone with the ATAC MX 4.
Reassuring pedals for aggressive trail and all-mountain riders
Large composite platform inspires confident engagement
Hollow steel axle for lightweight efficiency and strength
TIME's ATAC mechanism for self-cleaning ease in mud and muck
5 degrees of angular float, 6 ml of lateral float
Reversible cleats allow for 13 or 17-degree release angle
ATAC cleats included with pedal purchase
Compatible with SPD-style 2-bolt mountain shoe hole patterns
Hollow steel axles
Claimed weight: 384g
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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Great first time pedal choice
I finally moved from the comfort and freedom of flats and grippy shoes to clipped in pedals
These are great especially for long days in the saddle. Depending on your set up of the cleat you can get a wide range of angle motion (a concern for my knees) or a really narrow range.
Paired them with shimano MT7 mtb shoes and it's definitely better in every way versus flats.
Easy to clip in, easy/safe for clipping out. The seem really durable. Even after an 8 hour day with gravel/road they were perfect.
I asked for another set for my mountainbike. They're that good.
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