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Ready to do battle with the world's harshest mountain trail environments, the Time ATAC MX 4 Pedal isn't messing around. It's easy to see from the oversized chrome steel axle and the large platform area that the MX 4 takes its job very, very seriously.

Time's ATAC (Auto Tension Adjust Concept) line of pedals follows the design principles of their road line. Simple design, easy engagement, plenty of float. The ATAC pedals were always seen as an alternative to Shimano mainly because you didn't need to fuss with figuring cant on the cleats, because the pedals were much harder to jam with mud, and because the spring tension never needs to be adjusted. The one adjustment the user can make is whether the release angle is 13 or 17 degrees. And this is done by running the cleats one way or in reverse.

While the Time ATAC may look similar to the younger Crank Brother's pedals, the spring design is inherently different, offering consistent cleat retention regardless of what happens to the bottom of the pedal. Another advantage over pedals of similar float in the mountain bike world is the tension of the ATAC system: offering a more consistent release, and a more stable feeling underfoot.The Time ATAC MX 4 Composite Pedal is compatible with any standard crank system. It comes in Black.

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I had some old Time clipless pedals for ever and liked them a lot. I really liked the idea of having more of a platform for starting off in those technical areas where it's tough to get clipped in right away and these definitely help with that. I would say the overall quality of the product is only mediocre though. I also noticed a small amount of rust inside the hex head which wont hurt the performance but is still not something I would not like to see on a brand new product. I know how to install the pedals, but the instructions that came with showed all kinds of tension adjustment and L/R labeling that just isn't applicable to these pedals. So far I've only used them a few times so I hope they hold up.