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Time I-Clic Fiberflex Pedals

time i clic fiberflex pedals   Time I Clic Fiberflex PedalsThere are new sets of pedals out in the market today. This pedal that was introduced back in 2009 at Eurobike is now back but with some changes along.  Time’s I-Clic pedal is sort of familiar to  a French manufacturer’s RXX design, but this time it has a composite cleat retention and release system in place of the steel jaw and spring construction of the previous product.

They also made a few changes in the pedal’s body  but it is least expensive and yet it the heaviest among the four pedal models. The body is molded in a fiber reinforced plastic, it weighs at about 260g per pair, it still follows the RXS practice and the axle plus bearings is retained by an external sleeve.

After a ride, this pedal releases a latch trigger which holds the retention jaw open against the spring. When the cleat is inserted, the trigger is…

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Bebop VP59 Pedals

bebop vp59 pedals   Bebop VP59 Pedals

Bebop exposed new flat pedals at the 2010 Sea Otter Classic. The VP59 is the result of Bebop’s initiative to research on the basic qualities BMXers want in a pedal. Bebop found out that most riders remove the center pins of their pedals. Because of this, Bebop decided to design the VP59 without your typical webbing and with material that functions to help hold in place additional pins on the flat pedals.

Weighing 365 grams per pair, the VP59 only has five pins per side, three in front and two in the rear. It has a low stack height of 7.5mm and a full length Cro-Mo axle. The bushing is self-lubricating central/inner LSL.

The pedal has an extruded aluminum body and outer sealed cartridge bearing. It retails for $85 and comes in colors of blue, light blue, pink, purple, black, silver white, yellow, green and red.

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Time Atac Pedals

time atac pedals   Time Atac PedalsTime Atac has always been persistent in the market serving lots of cyclist good and reliable pedals to use. The Time Atac pedals are known not just for its constant upgrading in pedal designs, but moreover for keeping up with their basic and original design that really works for many.

Their pedals are known to stay tough under any weather condition and very easy to install and use. They are perfect to be used for mountain bikes, cycling tour bikes, and even the commuter bikes. Regardless of the numerous designs they have already come up with, the basic mechanism design created by Time Atac remains ever the same.

What’s best about it is that their pedals are highly affordable by anyone who is working on a tight budget. Even their Aluim design, which is known to be the cheapest is also known to be the toughest of all kinds. The body…

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Look Keo Blade Carbon Pedals

look keo blade carbon pedals   Look Keo Blade Carbon Pedals

If you are a fan of Alberto Contador, then to ride just like him would be topmost on your wishlist. Take one step closer to making your wish come true with the Look Keo Blade pedals. These pedals are the result of innovative technology from Look.

The pedals are made with a nano carbon compressed blade to replace the traditional metal spring. This offers better cleat entry and release. It also has 2 cleat retention blades in sizes of 12 and 16. To ensure durability, they injected long carbon fibers to the body. Keeping it light at less than 95grams, it also has a large cleat platform which was designed to give stability and optimized power transmission from your foot to the pedal.

The Blade is a dependable choice in pedals. It has double sealed bearings and a Titanium oversized axle. It underwent 18,000 engagement and disengagement fatigue testing and stiffness measurement…

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Superstar BMX 2010 Plastic Pedals

superstar bmx 2010 plastic pedals   Superstar BMX 2010 Plastic Pedals

Superstar BMX always aims to give its customers what they need. With three qualities, innovation, simplicity and technique, the results are quality products that are reasonably priced. For their 2010 catalog, they have released different types of products that will reach different kinds of cyclists. From conventional items to radical designed ones.

One of the new items is the Superstar’s PC Pedals which is now available in the United States market. With a standard square shape and PC body, the pedal has removable steel pins. It has a 9/16” Cro-mo axle and an axle cap with the Superstar logo branded on. It weighs only 410 grams or 14.6 oz.

The pedals are made to withstand hard riding without sacrificing the grip. They work much like metal pedals but are lighter to bring. Superstar BMX also offers plastic pedals with molded pins for cyclists who prefer plastic pedals all the way.

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Brev.M Prototype Pedals

brevm prototype pedals   Brev.M Prototype Pedals

Brev.M has been working on some pedals, and now they unveiled the prototype version, although not finished they are close. The Brev.M Prototype Pedals are the same dimensions as the MKS pedal, but thinner and lighter, while each pedal weighs 3.6 ounces, and they are sealed. CNC machined, the Brev.M Pedals are extruded, plus the staff has been riding with them to make sure they hold up. Final version is coming soon, along with retail price and release date.

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Time I-Clic Road Pedals

time i clic road pedals   Time I Clic Road Pedals

Time and pedals go hand and hand, and they have developed a new clipless pedal known as the I-Clic Road pedals, which is based around a carbon blade replacing a spring mechanism for clipping in and out. Easier than before, the Time I-Clic Road Pedals uses a trigger to hold the rear latch open so resistance is low when you need to clip in our out. Due to the carbon spring, the overall weight is lower than your average road pedals, but varies across the different models available. You can choose from titanium pedals (179 grams, retail price is about $394 USD), carbon (235 grams, retail price is about $238 USD), and Fibreflex (260 grams, retail price is about $132 USD).

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