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ATAC XC 8 Carbon Pedals

Mfg PartNum:00.6718.008.000
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Stellar XC Raceday Performance

Time's ATAC XC 8 Carbon Pedals bring a whole host of benefits to the trail, gravel, or cross course in a super lightweight and dependable package. A carbon body provides just enough stability for efficient pedaling without being a nuisance while pedaling through rocky and rooty terrain. The hollow oversized steel axle keeps things spinning freely offering durable longevity trouble-free use.

The simple ATAC spring design makes for easy clip-in and gives you plenty of float to keep your knees happy while providing a self-cleaning design, virtually eliminating the potential of jamming the pedals up with trail debris and mud. At the same time, a three-position spring tension adjustment handles release tension and options of 13 or 17-degree release angles keep the cleats securely in the pedals until you want out.


  • TIME's all-rounder offroad pedal for CX and XC racers
  • Full carbon body for lightweight performance and durability
  • ATAC dual-arch system sheds mud and dirt for easier entry
  • +/- 5° of angular float with three spring tension settings
  • 6mm of lateral float provides knee comfort
  • Reversible cleat allows for either 13 or 17° release angle
  • ATAC cleat set included with pedal purchase
  • Compatible with 2-bolt mountain shoe hole pattern
  • Recommended use: XC, cyclocross
  • Weight: 359g

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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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    Weight: 286 grams


    Mfg PartNum: 00.6718.008.000 


    Cleat Type: MTB Cleats 


    Pedal Type: MTB Pedals 


    Mfg PartNum: T2GV002 


    Pedal Weight Pair: 286 grams

    Mfg Warranty: 24 Mo. Parts & Labor

    Warranty URL: https://www.sram.com/en/service/warranty

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    Time ATAC are the best
    by iammike
    Competitive Racer
    Portland, OR
    1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    Been running these pedals (more or less) for what seems like two decades. Bulletproof, fairly lightweight, shed mud, decent platform for when you can't clip in, no sharp edges to dig into you. The XC8s seemed like the perfect combination of price and performance.

    Reviewed 7/31/2019
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    Lightweight, stable pedal
    by Anonymous

    Very lightweight, easy in and out. Feels more stable than eggbeaters.

    Reviewed 4/5/2019
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    I like them
    by john1
    Cycling Enthusiast
    3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

    Sheds mud well, and clips in consistently. No reliablility issues after several rides. Older batches apparently did. I do like how easily they clip out. Would recommend for those who may have avoided clipless pedals due to fear of not being able to unclip easily.

    Reviewed 12/28/2018
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    an upside and a down side
    by Anonymous

    Upside: the float. It�s not quite like Speedplays but with the provided cleats it�s either slightly more than Shimano SPD or way more than Shimano. I personally thought the 17 degrees was so much it hindered ability to unclip.

    Cleats sit deeper into shoes than Shimano.

    These in particular from Bikesdirect are the updated ones with the black spindle as shown. Many retailers online are still moving through old supply with the red spindle. Both are same models.

    Downside: Biggest downside I�d say is the cleats don�t allow you to move laterally inward or outward to accommodate q factor leg discrepancies and over lonnng gravel days this can add up to injury.

    having to commit to Time style pedals on all mtb style pedal bikes. If starting out or only have one bike, not a big deal at all.

    I ended up going back to Shimano style only because of the cleat positioning issue. I did still very much appreciate Time having the great float though.

    Equal: weight (maybe negligibly lighter on these)

    Reviewed 8/8/2022
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    Solid pedals for offroad riding
    by Chrispy
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Santa Cruz, CA
    1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    I bought these pedals for my gravel bike as I could no longer get cleats for Speedplay Frogs. The Time pedals are easy to clip in and out, and have worked fine in about 500 miles of riding. I wish they had more angular float and the lateral float they supposedly have I can't feel. That being said, no issues with my knees and I appreciate the mud shedding of the Times, much better than the Frogs.

    Reviewed 6/27/2022
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    Good all around mtb pedal
    by Anonymous
    Competitive Racer
    Detroit, mi

    Good mtb pedal, but springs wear out quickly.

    Reviewed 4/4/2022
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    Time ATAC - the Allroad pedal
    by Kansas cyclist
    Cycling Enthusiast

    Long time ATAC user whose pedals are installed on all my bikes: road, gravel & cx. 2500+ miles on the XC8s which are easy to clip into, clip out of and perform well in fast group road rides & gravel racing in dry and sloppy conditions. XC8's are light enough with durable steel axles in which you can pedal confidently.

    Reviewed 9/12/2020
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    I loved them until they broke
    by Dave B
    Competitive Racer
    1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    Bought these about a year ago for CX racing. loved the float and ability to shed mud, much better than SPDs. But today on an ez spin the pedal body broke and the rear spring mechanism popped out. While I liked them, i've never had a mechanical problem with SPDs. going back to Shimano.

    Reviewed 6/4/2020
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    Great pedals!
    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Kirksville, MO

    Time, ATAC pedals have the most reliable release of and engagement of system that I have tried. The carbon pedals seem bullet proof and are showing no signs of ware after several months of use.

    Reviewed 6/6/2020
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    Excellent cross country and gravel pedals
    by Phil
    Vancouver, WA

    These are durable, easy to engage, and shed mud well.

    Reviewed 10/10/2019
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    Good pedal
    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Central Oregon

    Use these in my gravel bike. Also use Time ATAX on my XC mountain bike. Easy in and out. Seems to have a bit of float.

    Reviewed 7/18/2019
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