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Time RXS Carbon Pedals

Time RXS Carbon Pedals

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  • Description

    Numerous teams use Time pedals: Bouygues Teleocom, Cofidis and AG2R to name a few. Updates for 2009 - Cleaner body lines due to removal of the racing clip with optimised centring of the cleat to facilitate engagement.

    Key Features:

    • Steel axle.
    • Carbon reinforced composite body.
    • Q-factor adjustment: 2.5mm.
    • Float: +/- 5 degrees float.
    • Lateral float: 2.5mm.
    • Release angle: 15 degrees.
    • Weight: 237g per pair (PBK Office Scales).
    • Complete with cleats.
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Once set-up, wonderful pedals

I have been into mountain biking since the early-90s. I finally got into road biking around 5-6 years ago. I have had Shimano MTB pedals since 1998 and bought new pairs for each of my bikes. Going one shoe and one cleat style for all of my bikes was great, but as i started getting more serious about road biking, I realized there are som efficiencies that MTB shoes simply can't provide. Among those are low deck heights from foot to pedal axle, stiffer shoes, and some adjustability. It was nice to be able to walk into a store while riding without slipping all over the place, or hearing my cleats try to destroy the floor, but I knew it was time to upgrade. I found a ridiculous deal on shoes and then needed to get pedals. I looked at the Shimanos, and though they are nice and would match my 6770 drivetrain, I wanted something a little lighter. Speedplays looked great, but I rode 515s, 520s, 540s and XT pedals for over a decade for a reason, I don't really want to have to worry about greasing my pedals/cleats. I had read that the Look pedals squeak, especially for the heavier guys, at 90 kg myself, I didn't need that. Squeaks are the worst IMO when I'm on a ride. So I landed on the Time RXS, low maintenance, low weight, strong enough, and very "positive" engagement while leaving me with plenty of float. The engagement took me by surprise at first. I was used to the subtle click of Shimano pedals. The Time RXS engagement is the Chris King Hub sound vs. Shimano hub sound of pedal click. **CLICK** there's no doubt you are in. Then there is the "Cafe Cleat" that ships with the RXS. It's wide, and had a brass cleat for longevity, but also has landing points for walking that are wide and stable. I did a charity century this past weekend and was able to walk around at water stops and at the lunch afterward without an issue. Riders in my group that had Shimano SPD-SL cleats took their shoes off prior to lunch because, despite it being on grass, it was a pain for them to get traction comfortably. So the Keys: -Low Maintenance -Comfortable -Good float -Obvious when clipped-in Downside: -Set-up and tension take a little work to get right at first -Included instructions are a little weak I would buy again. Like them very much