Time's Xpro 15 features a new carbon body and a more powerful structure for optimal transfer power from cyclist to the road. Power transfer and stability are also improved with a larger pedal surface area of 725mm2. The hollow titanium spindle and CeramicSpeed bearings deliver low weight and increase pedal efficiency. The carbon blade is also adjustable in 3 positions to optimize engagement tension. The redesigned Iclic system offers a more positive engagement and enhances comfort.
Features & Specs:
- Axle: Hollow titanium axle.
- Bearings: Ceramic bearings.
- Cleats: ICLIC Cleats. Free foot, angular and lateral freedom.
- Contact surface area: 725 mm2
- Materials: Light carbon body.
- Stack height: 13.5mm.
- Release angle: 2.5 mm & 0 mm.
- Tension: 3 different carbon blade settings.
- Threading: 9/16x20
- Weight: ~175g per pair.
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Insanely lightweight improved cleats
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
Overall a good pedal, incredibly light, smooth bearings. The platform is supposedly replaceable, but actually finding places that carry them is a challenge. Cleats are slightly beefier and improved but still wear to fast if you walk on them a lot. I have ridden Time pedals for 20 years because the exceptional float helps my knees...and these are among the best of their models over the years. The price is ridiculous of course no understating that
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