The Time Xpresso 8 Carbon Pedals boast an automatic pre-opening, which provides an auto step-in engagement with the cleat. With a steel axle and carbon body with a flexible blade, the lightweight pedals have an oversized design to provide 700mm2 of surface contact, whilst the Q-factor adjustment allows you to set the lateral position of your foot. The BioPosition Concept also minimises the distance between your foot and the pedal axle, helping to promote natural movement of your joints. - L.M.
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I received and installed the pedals and love them. The cleat tension adjustments are easy and the pedals light and smooth. Super Value....No regrets!
Great price at ProBikeKit. Light, easy entry and exit. I had read they don't always fall right for easy clip in but I have not had that problem. I own the Xpresso 2 which prompted me to buy these. Also real good, just lacking a few of the finer points but operation is as good. I've used most brands of pedals but find the Time Xpresso to be the best at the moment.
Easier to click into than rxs and the wider body gives firm feel while weight of pedal has been reduced. Best pedals I have ever used
These pedals are a big improvement over the old time pedals (which I liked too) They are so light you can feel your RPM increase due to less rotational weight and the platform is solid and feels big underfoot. The click in is super easy and the cleat hold very good. I love these pedal beat any other pedal I have tried in the past. I think they have the highest cm2 surface / weight of any pedal.
I love Time pedals and this one is no exception. The pedals not only look nice but are easy to clip in and out of. Highly recommended for all types of riding. I use mine on the track and they work great.
I've been a fan of the Speed Play pedals for 3 years because of the ease of clipping in and out. Over the years, I've had varying levels of discomfort. When the pain became unbearable, I switched to the Xpresso 8 pedals. Thank God i did. It's just as easy to clip in and out of these pedals, and all pain is gone. These are great pedals, and I'd recommend them to all.
Bought these Time Xpresso 8 Carbon Pedals at a super price from PBK. It didn't hurt that they are a perfect match for my red and black Orbea Onix. I have never been happy with the Ultegra pedals I bought when I first got this bike. My chief complaint is how hard they are to enter. The Ultegras always flip over and they are so top heavy it takes a lot of work to get them positioned correctly. I often find my shoes slipping off the pedals as I try to snap in. I made the same mistake with my mountain bike, going with Shimano pedals before discovering Time. I love my ATAC pedals, figured this might be the same case with the road bike. It was. I had some difficulty figuring out which side these go on (Time could make this a lot easier, and their multi-language instructions drove me nuts). I really like how you can put an Allen wrench through the pedal to get things tight, meaning you can actually torque these to spec. Once on the bike, I tackled the cleats which was no bother either--except I have no idea on the options. Again, I wish Time had spent some time telling you the advantages of the various float schemes. They did go on easily and the markings help get them the same on each foot. Now for the test ride - the mouse trap design is a great idea. The pedal is always waiting for your cleat, and my first attempt at clicking in was perfect. I know I saved just a few grams, but it sure seems like my bike is a lot lighter with these on and they look fantastic. I have no trouble getting in and out, though the out is a little harder as expected since you are opening the trap. I do feel movement in the left pedal which made me stop to see if it was loose. There is some fore and aft play between cleat and pedal that I've got to figure out. You can hear it clicking in a GoPro video I made. Other than that, I love these pedals.