For riders who finance their own cycling aspirations, equipment choices can involve some pretty intense cost to benefit analysis to get the most out of every dollar. Thanks to a polyamide composite pedal body, the Look Cycle Keo 2 Max Road Pedals go toe-to-toe with their Keo 2 Max Carbon counterparts, without the carbon price tag. The Keo 2 utilizes the same stainless steel wear plate found in the Keo 2 Carbon to give riders a wide, stable platform to transfer power and distribute pressure. This gives the pedal a solid feel when clipped in and reduces the potential for uncomfortable pressure points disrupting a ride. By widening only the top of the pedal to 60mm, Look achieved an increase in stability, compared to older versions of the Keo 2 at 57mm, as to not impact cornering clearance. A redesigned spindle profile reduces friction, improves smoothness, and decreases play. The Keo 2 Max Road Pedals have an adjustable cleat release tension ranging from 8-12Nm, and are compatible with Look cleats that come in three float options to customize the pedal system to your specific ride preferences.
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