The Look Keo Blade 2 feature a new carbon blade placed at the heart of the pedal. Quick and secure cleat entry and release is possible thanks to the blade. Maximum power transfer can be achieved with the new pedalling surface and stack height. The pedals also provide great support thanks to the permanent cleat-stop contact whatever the pedalling angle.
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I have been riding Look clipless pedals since they first entered the market, in the late 80's. Look has always been design leaders, that produce a comfortable "delta" platform. Their one weakness was always their bearings. The seals in those early pedals were pretty poor, causing rust and notching on the races. That weakness has been addressed, with later models, with higher quality spec'd bearings. The main issues with this incarnation of Look clipless, is the lifecycle of the cleat. The KEO 2 cleats are easily worn out, and don't last if you forgo the cleat walking covers, and tromp around in them much. Expect to change them at least every year. This version of the Keo pedal, is refined, light, smooth and beautiful to "look" at. The carbon sprung retention, has a little less linear feel than the steel sprung back plate of old. It's a more progressive feel, starting easy then getting hard, fairly quickly. Makes getting in or out feel a bit sketchy sometimes. Also the pedal is so light, that they are no longer very tail heavy. Keeping the tips pointing up, to easily hook in the cleat toe, then step down. So you might have to manually tap the pedal into an optimal entry position. Are they perfect? - No. (see cleat toughness, tail weight for entry) Are the comfortable, stylish, light, earo and smooth spinning? Check I recommend them. There are scores of other options, than when I bought my first clipless in 1987. But these are by far, my most favourite "look"-ing pedal, currently on the market. *My pedal uses the 16KN retention spring. Go lighter force, if you are concerned.
I have been using look pedals since 1983. first pair was the white delta type a la "the badger". switched to keo's the 2nd year they were available and now use the keo blade 2 CR. I have 2 pair of the 16 resistance and just purchased a pair of the yellow which should be more the adequate. I am 5'-8" and weigh 131 lb...oh ya...66 years old.
Very secure. Quiet, with a very distinctive click when engaged in. I went for the 16nm Spring, which is a bit on the high side coming from old keo2max's. Disengaging takes a bit more force, and I find that I am 'planning' the disengagement more when stopping. They have the small 'bump' on the outer side, which feels a bit sharp when my leg touches it. Nothing major, does not hurt the leg, but a difference from old keos (which had no such bump). Very happy with them. Would recommend.
I am a total Look Keo convert. I love the look and performance of these pedals. They are supper light weight, solid under foot, and look and feel fast. I would recommend these to any cycling enthusiast.
I have used the Look Pedals. The Kéo Blade 2 is a more reassuring, more stable, lighter and more powerful than keo2 Max
I bought these in hopes of better support and improved power transfer. These pedals have, by far, exceeded my expectations. I was a speed play loyal user not looking back. Thank you PBK for lighting fast delivery to USA.
These are some of my favorite pedals I've used. When riding I prefer a tighter spring load to keep my feet attached. In other brands my foot would sometimes pop out of the pedal while climbing and this set off a chain reaction for an unpleasant event on the top tube. Positives Great quality, lightweight, excellent foot surface with great contact points, and 2 year Look warranty. I've taken them for a 150+ km and they feel great. Negatives So far the only negative thing I've encountered is the extra edge on the pedal. It has a fairly sharp surface that I have knocked my my shin with a few times here and there. If look were to put a slight rubber edge this would eliminate the issue.