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You can make an insanely light pedal by combining a hollow steel axle, a full carbon fiber body, and a carbon spring, and that's what exactly what Time has done with the Time I-Clic 2 Carbon Pedals. The I-Clic system has been lauded since its introduction, and for good reason: it makes stepping into your pedals easier than any other system on the market.

The retention mechanism on the I-Clic 2 Carbon Pedals employs a carbon leaf spring rather than a coiled metal spring. Basically, it's a flexed blade of carbon fiber. When you step into the pedal, the cleat presses a trigger that releases the energy trapped in the leaf spring, which snaps a clasp into place over the back of the cleat. Think of a standard mousetrap; it's pretty much the same concept. When you click out of the pedals, the retaining clasp returns to a cocked, open position for the next time you clip in.

The I-Clic 2 Carbon Pedals allow sprung angular float of five degrees in either direction. The cleat can also move 2.5mm laterally when clasped in the pedal. These float characteristics offer some freedom of movement, but also a secure and controlled connection to the pedal for hard efforts and sprints. You can choose one of three spring tension settings to dial in the feel of the float.

This is the second generation of the I-Clic design, and the engineers at Time made some key improvements. They added metal plates to the top side of the pedals for a more durable pedal-cleat interface. The retaining clasp was beefed up a bit, and the cleats were also made more robust to last longer. The cleats have rubberized contact points outside the pedal interface for walkability. They're also asymmetrical, so by choosing which cleat goes on each foot you can change the width of your pedal stance by 2.5mm.

The Time I-Clic 2 Carbon Pedals have a hollow steel axle and carbon fiber body. They come in Black.

  • Carbon body with flexible carbon blade absorbs shock to reduce fatigue
  • Automatic pre-opening of engagement mechanism
  • Foot angle adjustment
  • Q-Factor adjustment-setting of lateral foot position for comfort
  • 15° release angle so you can position your foot for comfort

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This says 2nd gen of iClic. Is this a brand...

This says 2nd gen of iClic. Is this a brand new pedal? Are the Xpresso pedals considered 1st gen?