As the lightest pedal in TIME's off-road line, the ATAC XC 12 Pedals cater to elite cyclocross and cross-country racers with their full carbon body paired with a titanium axle for feathery efficiency and stiffness underfoot. Both pedals only weigh 248 grams, meaning they're an excellent addition to your cross racing bike or cross-country rocket. TIME's Auto Tension Adjust Concept (ATAC) automatically sheds mud and dirt from clogging up its dual-arch design, so you won't have to struggle to find your cleat position in wet and mucky conditions. Three different spring tension settings fine-tune the sensation of the +/- five degrees of angular float, allowing you to find the perfect amount of resistance or freedom to suit your riding style. Six millimeters of lateral float allow for side-to-side movement of the pedal, so you can find a more comfortable pedaling position. The ATAC XC 12's cleat is reversible, allowing to choose a release angle of 13 or 17 degrees. Choose the release angle of 13 degrees to bail out quickly or remain locked in with the 17-degree cleat configuration.
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