From the company that pioneered clipless pedal technology come the Tour de France-winning Keo 2 Max pedals. They feature lightweight composite bodies and wide platforms for excellent support, comfort and pedaling efficiency. Complementing the great feel is Look's low-profile design that places you closer to the axles for even more pedal power and a lower center of gravity for better cornering. There's also built-in float allowing your feet to self-adjust to the optimum position while you pedal, which protects your knees. Plus for smooth running and durability there are chromoly axles, three sets of sealed bearings plus stainless-steel contact plates. You also get adjustable release tension.
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bought my 1st look pedals in 1987, 2nd in 2002, never had a single problems with them, but these new one are cheap n flimsy, way over priced. had to have them replaced after only 3 month use. revolution is great n gave me a new pair, hope these last longer . i put over 45,000 miles on the second pair still work perfect. i only bought new because i got new shoes n wanted to have new pedals, seems that the old cleats are hard to find, so i went with all new. if you race dont even take a chance, i just ride for fun n they wore out. so sad.
after using look pedals since 1987 witch i have only bought 2 sets, the last ones in 2002, i needed new shoes for my road bike. so i bought new pedals too, well these things have fallen apart in 3 months the spindel comes lose n makes noises.. return them for repair n now in less than 2 long rides, they need to be adjusted again. i new they where flimsy after i looked at their new design, the spring is on the out side n the spindel is thin, not like my old ones, with thicker housing n inclosed spring. they are a little heavier than the new ones but i have logged 45,000 miles n they still work fine. so sad. taking them back a gain to see if i can get my money back.