TIME has an all-new off-road pedal and it's quite the looker. Known as the Speciale 12, we would buy this pedal on looks alone, but when you throw in the performance and durability that TIME pedals are known for, well then, you have a winner. TIME designed this pedal to exclusively meet the needs of an enduro rider and constructs the pedal body from premium 6106-T6 aluminum, often used in aerospace applications, which it claims is 20% more durable than other grades of aluminum. It allows TIME to machine the body as one piece where others must create bodies as two separate pieces. An added benefit is it allows TIME to anodize the pedals in the beautiful Blue, Gray, and Red colors we have here and laser etch the graphics. A hollow steel axle further bolsters durability and doesn't flinch in the face of a huck to flat or a harsh pedal strike. In addition to the stability boosting and power transfer benefits of the wide platform, TIME includes 8 adjustable pins per pedal for added traction and a micro-adjustable spring tension release system to dial these bad boys to your personal preferences. The pedals continue with the proven and patented ATAC engagement system and cleats allowing for positive clipping in and predictable releases. The design is also self-cleaning to help remove trail debris for more consistent entry and release. Like all TIME pedals, the Speciale is made in its Nevers, France factory.
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