Look Cycle X track Race Carbon Pedals
Look Cycle X Track Race Carbon Pedals. After all, we’re looking at a 3 bike minimum investment between our ‘cross, gravel, and, mountain bikes. We’re pretty familiar with Look pedals on the road and value its lightweight design, supportive platform, and durability, but on the mountain side of things, Look has gone through various versions of pedals over the years including the Quartz and S-Track, both ho-hum attempts, that really didn’t offer any tangible benefits over other twin retention bar systems like Crank Brothers and Time. That changes now with its new SPD-style X-Track Race Carbon Pedals and it has us excited to try them out since it has some neat features that aren’t always available on other pedals.
Look Cycle X track Race Carbon Ti Pedals
Look Cycle X Track Race Carbon TI Pedals. It aims to change this with its X-Track Race Carbon TI Pedals, built to be dependable, lightweight, and perform in all conditions. These pedals are built using a durable, chromoly SPD-compatible mechanism that shrugs off rocks strikes and contact with roots while offering more space to shed mud and ice, providing consistent entry and release. This particular version is built using a carbon body and titanium spindle to shed grams for those who compete or want the lightest weight bike possible.
Oneup Components Aluminum Pedal
OneUp Components Aluminum Pedal. It’s designed from stealth rubber down and shaped with a subtle convex profile to provide you with more grip thanks to the pedal sitting in the natural arch of your foot. This shape also creates a razor-thin leading edge and optimal clearance to help deflect off obstacles on the trail. Each pedal has four double-sealed full-cartridge bearings, and no bushings, to toughen up its durability and eliminate any axle play.
Race Face Atlas Pedals
Race Face Atlas Pedals. You can mash hard knowing the pins on the front of the pedals are angled rearwards to increase your grip as you slide the bike sideways and land those airs. You may even feel a bit of calling to the dark side of hill climbing, as the Altas weigh only 355 featherweight grams–but no one else needs to know about that.