Speedplay Zero Track Sprint Special Pedal With Walkable Cleat
Speedplay Zero Track Sprint Special Pedal with Walkable Cleat. The release tension is increased, so it’s better suited to handling the kind of big-torque efforts of track cycling with less risk of accidental disengagement. The addition of Speedplay’s aerodynamic cleat profile is another benefit for track cycling. Since left-hand turns and fellow competitors are the only deterrents to obstacle-free cycling in the velodrome, aerodynamics play an arguably larger role than they would on the road.
Time Mx6 Pedal
TIME MX6 Pedal. To keep the weight under the 200-gram mark, Time uses hollow axles and shaft springs with oversized bearings for added durability. The ATAC (Auto Tension Adjust Concept) gives you quick engagement and plus or minus fives degrees of float. The wide platform makes mounting easy and allows mud to be easily shed.
Time Xpro 15 Pedals
TIME Xpro 15 Pedals. Think about the range of preferences people have in their bar tape. Some prefer thin for more road feel, while others choose a thicker tape to help absorb more vibration. And we’re not even going to touch the saddle preference issue that runs the gamut when it comes to personal selection.
Cane Creek Eewings All road Crank Arms With Stages Power
Cane Creek eeWings All Road Crank Arms with Stages Power. We do, however, have a soft spot for the looks of cranks made of metal and when we learned that the eeWings All-Road Crank Arms with Stages Power from Cane Creek had a claimed 20 – 30% stiffness increase over premium carbon cranks on the market, all while coming in at a comparable weight, we knew we had to have it on our gravel and all-road bikes. That type of riding demands for cranks to be as light and strong as possible, and we require durability, and stiffness so thankfully eeWings’ titanium construction delivers and it’s likely to outlast many of its carbon counterparts. Add in the wattage sensing Stages powermeter pod and you have a crankset that’s absolutely drool-worthy.