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Race with 110g underfoot.

The Mavic Race SL Ti Pedals may not have a radical design, but they do have a proven and well-executed design. In the Race SL Ti, Mavic offers a light, refined, and stable pedal that's worthy of the pro-level moniker. What's more, this is one of a select group of pedals with both a titanium spindle and no claimed rider weight limit. So you get the lightness of a Ti spindle, with enough rigidity and strength for larger riders.

The Race SL Ti is constructed mainly of aluminum, with a carbon fiber retention assembly. There's also a carbon fiber plate where the forefoot lands for a reliable connection between the cleat and pedal. You'll notice the subtantial width of that cleat/pedal interface -- this is Mavic's Energy Transfer System, which ensures that the sum of your power is directed to the drivetrain. Additionally, Mavic uses only high-quality cartridge and needle bearings for its pedals to ensure that drag is kept to a minimum throughout the lifetime of the bearings, which should be a long time due to their sealed design. Even if the bearings do wear out, the Race SL Ti Pedals are completely serviceable.

The Mavic Race SL Titanium Pedals feature tension adjustment via a 3mm hex screw. Mavic pedals use a triangular cleat similar to those used by other manufacturers. However, Mavic's 'DuraCleat' has strategically placed wear-resistant zones so that your coffee shop treks and unexpected hike-a-bike sessions don't erode your ability to clip in securely and mash with confidence. These pedals come with cleats that allow for 7 degrees of angular float, but 0-degree float cleats are available.

  • Comes with seven-degree-float DuraCleats and hardwear


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4 5

Light, smooth and shiny...

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Picked a couple sets of these up at low cost here on Backcountry.com. Shiny, light, smooth spinning. Won't have them on the road for a few more months, but they appear to be well constructed. Liking the increased float over my Ultegra pedals. Clipping in is very positive and effort to exit seems a bit less than my Ultegra pedals. Great buy at the price. Shame they're gone...

4 5

Great but...

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are great pedals- especially for the price.However Mavic stopped making them a few years ago so you can't get replacement cleats. If you are careful with your cleats and use cleat covers for walking at rest stops you should be fine. Oh, they look good also.

The description says 0 degree cleats are...

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The description says 0 degree cleats are an option. That implies you have extra cleats. Can I buy some?

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The pedals come with 7-degree (grey) cleats. You can buy 0-degree (red) cleats if you can find them online. Hope it helps

Is Look cleats or Shimano cleats compatible?...

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Is Look cleats or Shimano cleats compatible?
I cannot find Mavic cleats available in the store, what happen if I need a new cleats?
Thanks

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Mavic stopped making those pedals years ago so unless back country has some or if you can find a compatible cleat you're SOL- like me

5 5

The real deal.

Bought a pair last fall as a replacement to an aged, worn set of Look's. Trained 'em, raced 'em in a crit and an 8-day stage race. I love 'em. Besides their being light, the bearings run silky smooth, the cleats clip in with a positive snap, lots of tension adjustment; cleats not to worn to cause play after 10 months of use (admittedly careful as I don't stroll cafe terraces in them). I just bought my second pair for my training shoes and bike. Buy 'em while you can.

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can you get replacement friction plates...

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can you get replacement friction plates for these??

4 5

friction plate broke!

these are great pedals-- but;

after a year or so of hard riding, the carbon friction plate broke!

this doesn't look good.

any ideas of replacement parts for these???