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RRP: 1265 kr
(3 Customer Review)
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Look's brand new Kéo 2 MAX pedal as used by the Tour 2009 winner Alberto Contador and countless others. New for this model is an increased contact surface area and steel wear plate.
At a mere 130g in composite the Kéo 2 MAX is one of the lightest pedals in its category. This has been achieved through the use of a carbon injection process (carbon model) allowing for weight reduction and improved durability.
Particular attention was focused on reliability and provided through features such as: a stainless steel cleat contact area, an oversized axle with dual seals, making this a pedal built to last. The new line of Kéo 2 MAX pedals maintains a low cleat contact height even with the use of a steel oversize axle. The pedal is built with two miniature ball bearings (12mm inner x 18mm outer diameters) and a needle roller bearing. LOOK axles are only approved once they have survived a million cycles at 100 revolutions per minute with a 90kg (198lbs) load at the centre of the pedal and an eccentric rotation (replicating a bump each revolution). This test largely surpasses current standards (reference NF EN 14781). Dual seals help to increase bearing longevity.
Thanks to 14mm of threads on the new LOOK axle, the Q-factor may be extended by 2mm with the use of specific washers available separately. Use of these specific washers results in a Q-factor of 55mm versus the original 53mm.
"Bigger platform and smoother float for Look's updated Kéo pedal..."
Look's ubiquitous Kéo road pedal receives a significant update in the new Kéo 2 MAX, with a wider composite body and co-moulded stainless steel upper plate that lends a more solid feel underfoot and less out-of-plane rocking compared to the original Kéo. When it comes for your mid-ride cafe stop, soft rubber pads on the front and back of the cleats help prevent embarrassing spills on slick floors.
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Date: 01 / Aug / 2013
Time-honoured, simple, effective, no-maintenance pedals from Look. Lets you go out and ride, that's all. No problems or complaints.
Date: 29 / Jul / 2013
When buying pedals, it is important to buy the better one, and it is coming with a great price, so much better.
Date: 22 / Aug / 2012
I have owned a pair of these pedals for over a year and they have done many rides. Previously I have used Shimano. I purchased a white pair of Keos which look super when new and clean. Axles rotate freely and weight is good. Q-factor allowance has been good and after a professional bike fit I now use 2 washers each side to keep my knees aligned. There are two things you need to be aware of.... Firstly, the cleats for these peadls do not offer any traction whatsoever when you are off the bike and I have nearly injured myself a few times now on wet surfaces. Secondly and as previously pointed out the pedals can be awkward to clip into as they are naturally weighted so they rest at an upwards and slightly backward angle which to my opinion is not the best for locating the shoe clips. I think these pedals and cleats could be improved significantly for both of these reasons. Next set of pedals I buy will be Shimano.
Look Keo 2 MAX Composite Pedals