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Look Cycle Keo 2 Max Carbon Road Pedals


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    8 Reviews


    Don’t waste a watt.

    There’s a good reason why Look’s Keo 2 Max Carbon Road Pedals are a favorite among today’s pros. As one of the widest clipless pedals out there, the Keo 2 Max offers a stiff platform and maximum power transfer from your feet to the drivetrain. For the new Keo 2 Max, Look increased the platform width to 57mm, without sacrificing the pedal’s cornering ability. With a narrower bottom than the original Keo design, the Keo 2 Max offers superb cornering clearance. And to create a more durable pedal than the original version, Look placed a stainless steel wear plate at the center of the carbon pedal. Look also redesigned the axles for the Keo 2 Max, increasing the diameter to 12mm on the crank side for added stiffness, and it kept the stack height low at 15.7mm. Finally, with two roller bearings on the crank side, and a needle bearing on the outside of the spindle, the Keo 2 Max guarantees to run smooth year in and year out.

    • Injected carbon fiber (body) and stainless steel (wear plate and axle)
    • Increased platform width to 57mm
    • New stainless steel wear plate
    • Increased spindle diameter to 12mm
    • Item #LCY000A

    Tech Specs

    [pedal]injected carbon, [wear plate] stainless steel, [axle] stainless steel
    [grey cleat] 4.5°
    Spindle Diameter
    Claimed Weight
    [per pedal] 122 g
    Recommended Use
    road cycling and racing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    New *AND* Improved

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

    I'm a Look pedal diehard ... as with many things, once I find something I like, I tend not to change with the trends as they come and go, only when something truly new and better comes along. It's not about change for change's sake for me.

    The Look Keo pedals are lower-profile and much lighter than the various model Look Delta pedals that I've been riding for the past 20+ years. They also have a wider, and thus more solid contact patch, feeling even more stable under foot when pedaling.

    I'm sold ... the only downside is that I've got to buy more pairs for the rest of the road bikes in my fleet.

    The Complete Pedal

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    -Increased efficiency and comfort thanks to a more resistant INOX and larger contact surface area.
    -Extremely light:122g
    -Dual seals, INOX stainless steel contact surface, and an oversize spindle make this pedal very reliable and durable.
    -The Grip cleats provide walking confidence with built in rubber contacts.
    Overall.. these are a lightweight, extremely reliable pedal that will last you a long time.

    The Complete Pedal

    Good but not great.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Had to have the spindle replace early on. From then on pretty good. Mine had a 2 year warranty. The "carbon fiber" is not indestructible, though -- the toe piece now has a chunk out of it, after the warranty ran out, and that's it, no concessions from Look. Very disappointed. Looking to switch to Shimano from here.

    Good but not great.

    Great pedal, drivetrain agnostic

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I used SPD SL pedals for years and loved them, but when these came out I got a set to test them out and loved them. Much lower profile than the original Look pedals, easy in and out, which my wife really appreciates as she's had trouble with other pedal systems being too hard to engage and disengage.

    And don't forget that you're drivetrain agnostic with these - Shimano, SRAM, Campy, doesn't matter your pedals don't clash, because you don't want to be the guy on the Campy bike with Shimano pedals!

    Great evolution of 'original' clipless

      Look started it all .. and here is a beautiful version of their original design with refinements and improvements that are sometimes a bit subtle, but appreciated. As for the guy who 'fidgets' trying to get into them, many pedals systems have their 'learning curve'.. For example, Campy pedals; I've used them for years and it's still a crapshoot finding the notch to clip in, but once there they are without equal and are my pedals of choice. Same for LOOK pedals; the earlier versions often unclipped without warning, which in a standing climb or sprint, made things a bit hairy! But these KEOs are reliable and have never surprised me, which is the most important thing. My one small complaint is that they use an Allen wrench to get on and off, rather than the usual pedal wrench. I suppose this is for preventing over-torquing, but it's a hassle when traveling, as there isn't always a big Allen key available, while 15mm wrenches are common. Nonetheless, I highly recommend these !!

      Not my favorite but still a great pedal.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I switched to these after having ridden Shimano Ultegra pedals for a year and while they're a great pedal, they're not as awesome as the Shimano set.

      When starting off, the resting spot for the top of the pedal is at approximately 2:00. It makes it incredibly tough to snap in when I'm worried about the cars around me and subsequently I end up fidgeting through the intersection.

      My girlfriend also owns these and reports the same experience. They're still a good set once you get going, but for the money I recommend looking at a different pedal.

      Not my favorite but still a great pedal.