TIME has launched a new range of pedals that are aimed squarely at the gravel and cyclocross segments.
According to TIME, its new Cyclo range consists of three pedals, which capitalize on the French brand’s popular IClic system, but relies on a two bolt set-up like their current mountain bike models.
Indeed, the Cyclo range merges TIME”s springless IClic system to work with its ATAC (auto tension adjustment concept) set-up, claiming the system provides just as much power transfer as their popular road pedal design, but uses a cleat that’s easier for the rider to move around on by foot.
Like the ATAC system that uses a two-click engagement sequence, the Cyclo is expected to rely on the same, as the new pedals utilize the same cleat as TIME’s MTB models. Moreover, all pedals will feature a Q-factor of 53mm, angular float of ± 5 degrees and lateral float of ± 2.5mm.
The three models that make up the new range are the top-tier Cyclo 10, which weighs in at 128g and features a carbon fiber body reinforced by a metal platform, a hollow steel axle and micro adjustable settings for $130, followed by the 129g Cyclo 6 ($110) and 145g Cyclo 2 ($70) that rely on a less expensive composite body – minus the adjustable settings for the Cyclo 2.
You can learn more about the new range of Cyclo pedals and availability in the USA by visiting TIME’s website here.
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