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Look Keo Classic 3
$79.99
The Keo Classic 3's large and wide contact surface provides excellent pedaling stability for comfortable and efficient riding. It's built with oversize chromoly axles and cartridge bearings for maximum durability and easy maintenance. - Composite body - 9/16" axle - 15.7mm stack height - Adjustable float - Grey Keo Grip cleats and screws included - 140g per pedal
Look Quartz
$99.99
Look brings decades of clipless pedal experience to the off-road world with their Quartz pedals. These fine pedals boast smooth engagement for easy entry/exit and wide contact areas for excellent comfort and efficient pedaling. They're made from durable composite materials and feature dual bearings, dual seals and a steel spindle for incredibly long life. Plus, they shed the worst mud with ease thanks to the open design.
Look Keo 2 Max
$129.99
From the company that pioneered clipless pedal technology comes the Tour de France-winning Keo 2 Max pedals. They feature lightweight composite bodies and wide platforms for excellent support, comfort and pedaling efficiency. Complementing the great feel is Look's low-profile design that places you closer to the axles for even more pedal power and a lower center of gravity for better cornering. There's also built-in float allowing your feet to self-adjust to the optimum position while you pedal, which protects your knees. Plus for smooth running and durability there are chromoly axles, three sets of sealed bearings plus stainless-steel contact plates. You also get adjustable release tension. - Usage: Recreational to Competition - Body: Composite - Axle: Chromoly + - Pedal Stack Height + Cleats: 17.3mm - Contact Surface Area: 500 mm² - Float: 8 or 12 adjustable spring - Cleats: Kéo Grip Cleats - Pedal Weight: 130 grams (328 grams per pair with cleats and screws) - Pedals Thread 9/16-inch
Look Keo 2 Max
$179.99
From the company that pioneered clipless pedal technology come the Tour de France-winning Keo 2 Max pedals. They feature composite bodies with stainless-steel platforms for low weight, easy entry and exit and exceptional durability. The wide contact area and the low-profile design place you closer to the pedal axles for optimum stability, maximum power transfer and a lower center of gravity that helps your cornering. These great pedals have tunable release tension, too.
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