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  • Look Cycle - Keo Classic 2 Pedal  - Black/Grey
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  • Look Cycle - Keo Classic 2 Pedal  - Black/Grey
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Look Cycle Keo Classic 2 Pedal

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    Timeless performance, reimagined.

    Keeping consistent with Look's family of road pedals, the Look Keo Classic 2 Pedal features much of the same trickled-down tech of its pricier siblings, but in a beginner-friendly package that won't break the bank. It retains Look's legendary reliability, with updated materials and a large platform to make clipless use extremely user friendly.

    Perhaps most noticeable is the pedal's new dimpled composite wear plate for sure-footed confidence and pedaling stability. Its large surface area makes the Classic 2 Pedals ideal for beginner-to-novice riders learning to clip in and out. The pedal's wide body is comprised of an extremely durable polyamide (i.e. nylon) composite material. Its axle diameter also increased to 12-millimeters for extra stiffness, with the stack height remaining 17.5-millimeters, necessitating the use of a roller bearing and needle bearing on each steel spindle. Look subjects these durable steel spindles to a test of 2 million cycles at 100rpm, with a 90-kilogram load to ensure robust strength under extended use.

    Other key features include a 53-millimeter Q-Factor that increases to 55-millimeters with the extra 2-millimeter spacer that's included. Release tension is adjustable from 8 to 12 Nm, ensuring smooth entry and exit. Additionally, there's three float options, including fixed/zero-degrees (black cleats), 4.5-degrees (grey cleats), and 9-degrees of float (white/red cleats).

    • Dimpled composite wear plate
    • Oversized steel spindle features miniature ball and needle roller bearings
    • Three cleat options: fixed/zero (black), 4.5-degrees (grey), 9-degrees (white/red) of float
    • 53 to 55-millimeter Q-Factor with additional 2-millimeter spacer
    • Adjustable release: 8-15Nm
    • Made in France
    • Item #LCY000F

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [body] bi-injected composite polyamide
    Float
    4.5 deg 9 deg
    Entry / Release
    8 - 12 Nm
    Spindle Diameter
    12 mm
    Claimed Weight
    per pedal 139 g
    Recommended Use
    road cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    Solid Pedal not a lightweight though

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These pedals are great well built and simple to use. They were redesigned a little bit ago and Look made the platform wider and stiffer for more stability and power transfer. They are on the heavy side but unless you are going for the lightest weight and money is no object these will do fine for most riders.

    Simple, No Nonsense

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Unless you're going for the lightest build possible, these pedals will suit all of your needs. They're easy to get in and out of. They have a few different float options for the cleats. And they have a nice wide, stiff platform for those that like that in a pedal.
    They seem quite durable and well made...I think I'll get a lot of miles out of them.

    First Pedals

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These were my first pedals that I have purchased and I like them a lot! They're easy to get in and out of. They were a great price and a great product. I would recommend them to any beginning rider.

    I am trying to install these on a Shimano 105 crank arm (5800) and it looks like the threads don't match. Am I missing something?