TIME iCLIC Carbon Pedal
Time Iclic Carbon Pedals are the second pedal system we've seen that foregoes the traditional wound steel spring for the retention mechanism in favor of a carbon fiber leaf spring. Look's Keo Blade was the first. Aside from the choice of a carbon spring, the two systems are quite different. In the Iclic system, the spring is housed in the center of the pedal body instead of being located on the outboard side of the pedal.
The most notable improvement over Time's older RSX pedals is the "cocked" open position of the retention mechanism when your foot is out of the pedal. This minimizes the entry tension to nearly zero, so you can get engaged quickly and easily. When you step down into the Iclic Pedals, the back of the cleat pushes down on the red trigger latch, releasing the retention bar to clamp the cleat in place. At this point you are fully clipped in and ready to ride.
In keeping with Time's signature characteristics, the Iclic Carbon Pedals have both lateral float (2.5mm) and sprung angular float (+5). The shape of the cleat and the spring tension on the retention bar control the angular float. It self-centers, giving you a secure feeling compared to pedals with truly free floating cleats. There is a three-position adjuster for the spring tension so you can dial them in to suit your preferences.
The Time Iclic Carbon Pedals are available in Black and Red. They have a carbon reinforced composite body with sealed stainless bearings and a hollow steel spindle. The included three-hole Caf Cleats are asymmetrical to allow a 2.5mm Q-Factor adjustment depending on which foot gets which cleat. They have non-slip material at the wear points to protect the structural portions and give you better traction on slippery surfaces.
Please Note: Iclic cleats are not compatible with older Time pedals or vice-versa.
Price: $114.99 (53% Off!)
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