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|TIME Xpresso 12 Titan Carbon Pedals
No two cyclists are the same. If they were, custom frame builders wouldn't be gainfully cutting and welding tubes. Accordingly, the ability to tune and customize gear for its intended purpose, and end user, is essential to this sport. And, no other pedal manufacturer provides the range or number...
|TIME Xpresso 2 Pedals
Weighing in under 250 grams for the pair, and at an entry price that's less than a racing license, the TIME Xpresso 2 Pedals are revolutionizing the clipless paradigm. New technology enables this brand new pedal to provide faster engagement without any rubbing. With the Iclic concept of a...
|TIME Xpresso 4 Pedals
Designing pedals is a delicate balance of foot position, ease of entry and release, and weight. However, after leading the clipless movement from its inception, TIME has proven itself to be no novice when it comes to pedal technology and engineering. Case in point are TIME's new Xpresso 4 Pedals....
|TIME Xpresso 6 Pedals
The last thing that you need to worry about is whether or not you'll be able to clip in and out of your pedals with ease. However, while most pedals express designs that aim to simply 'lock you in,' the TIME Xpresso 6 Pedals are specifically designed to provide an uncanny level of adjustability...
|TIME Xpresso 8 Pro Carbon Pedal
Nearly every existing pedal's concept of adjustment is limited to either Q-Factor or spring retention -- read: adding a washer or turning three clicks with a hex key. However, that isn't the case with Time's Xpresso 8 Pro Carbon. The Xpresso 8's iClic concept enables this pedal to provide fast...
|TIME Xpresso 8 Pro Pedal
Nearly every existing pedal's concept of adjustment is limited to either Q-Factor or spring retention -- adding a washer or turning three clicks with a hex key. This isn't the case with the Time's Xpresso 8 Pro Pedals. The Xpresso 8's iClic concept enables this pedal to provide fast engagement...