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Look Cycle Keo Blade 2 TI Pedals


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    • Carbon, 20 NM Spring Tension

    5 Reviews


    A wider and lighter Blade.

    Look’s new Keo Blade 2 TI Pedals build upon the same wide body and reliable cleat retention system as the original Keo Blade Carbon, but with the integration of a titanium spindle they drop about 40 grams per pair.

    The Blade 2 TI improved “blade” design features a piece of carbon that has been fully integrated at the center of the pedal. The blade runs the full length of the pedal and flexes against the retention plate to keep your cleat securely in place. In addition to enhancing retention, the blade improves the pedal’s aerodynamic profile.

    The Keo Blade 2 TI’s new carbon central blade also gives the pedal a wider body than the original Keo (by 17%), giving you a more stable platform underfoot. By widening the top side of the pedals, Look also improved the cornering clearance on the new Keo. The new oversized Titanium spindle of the Blade 2 reduces stack height (it’s down to 13mm) and brings your cleat closer to the pedal. This results in a more efficient power transfer from your feet to the drivetrain, and with the permanent cleat-stop contact ensures a reliable connection no matter what angle your foot is pedaling. Finally, all of Look’s spindles are approved only after extensive rotational tests, so you know the Keo is dependable.

    • Oversized Titanium spindles
    • Reduced stack height (it’s down to 13mm)
    • Fully integrated carbon “blade” design
    • Item #LCY000D

    Tech Specs

    [body] carbon, [spindle] titanium
    [cleat dependent]
    Pedal Wrench Type
    15 mm
    Claimed Weight
    [pair] 248 g
    Recommended Use
    road cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Good lightweight pedals

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I only have a few hundred miles on these so I can't comment durability but so far two thumbs up. They are smooth, light and the float is less 'notchy' than the Look Keo Max's I just came from. I was apprehensive because of some of the other reviews stating they were difficult to clip in because they are not weighted and don't default to the nose up position. My experience is that these are EASIER to clip in than the standard Look's. The pedal stays where you leave it so at a stoplight I reach down with my hand or foot and adjust it to where I want it and voila. I always engage at the 2:00 position so I position the pedal so that when it comes around it's slightly nose up at that position of the stroke and it's there every time. Also the pedal doesn't 'spin' if I take off to hard from the light making it hard to find the spot.

    I would definitely recommend.

    Solid pedal, poor endurance

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Loved the look and expected performance of these pedals but then a portion of the plastic broke. I certainly have some miles on these pedals but with three road bikes I would expect a high end pedal to last longer. Warranty is for 2 years....guess when they broke 2 years and 12 days. Too bad. Time to try something else.

    Great, lightweight pedal

      Another great lightweight Keo pedal. I got the 16nm version and find that it's actually a little bit harder to unclip from than I would like (but not a problem), so I would probably get the 12nm next time. I'm not a big sprinter, so I don't think that pulling out of the 12nm pedals would be a problem.

      Great once you clip in

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These pedals are really light and look fantastic, but the orientation of an unclipped pedal is unpredictable, due to the light weight, lack of weight in the rear (compared to pedals with conventional springs) and the fairly stiff bearings and seals.
      This makes clip in slow and unpredictable. You really have to look down and see where the pedal is at, and possibly move it around.

      It can take ages and make you feel like the fredliest beginner. Of course if you dont look down to see where you are, and do it by feel you can end up on the reverse side of the pedal. You know its wrong, but you need that pedal stroke to keep from hindering the group, then you can slip off the pedal and encounter the sharp edges as they gouge your calf.

      Of course you only clip in once in races, and I somehow never had a problem off the line, but the weight, aero benefits and stiff platform work well. So overall excellent apart from the major caveat of the clip in.

      Regarding the clipping in: the pedals come ultra packed with grease - probably not according to Manufacts. recommendations, but I fixed the problem by simply removing the spindle, wiping off some grease and adding some chain lube - play around with it until the pedal spins freely - they'll rest toe up every time.

      Great Pedals

        These are light, really light. I previously had Look pedals and really enjoyed them so when I upgraded from Keo Classics I chose these. The pedal does not spin as easily as other models which means a little more effort to get clipped in. I noticed right away the increased surface area under foot and loved it. These are super stiff, noticeably lighter than my previous pedals (~100g), and a solid upgrade.