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As the lightest pedal in TIME's off-road line, the ATAC XC 12 Pedals cater to elite cyclocross and cross-country racers with their full carbon body paired with a titanium axle for feathery efficiency and stiffness underfoot. Both pedals only weigh 248 grams, meaning they're an excellent addition to your cross racing bike or cross-country rocket.
TIME's Auto Tension Adjust Concept (ATAC) automatically sheds mud and dirt from clogging up its dual-arch design, so you won't have to struggle to find your cleat position in wet and mucky conditions. Three different spring tension settings fine-tune the sensation of the +/- five degrees of angular float, allowing you to find the perfect amount of resistance or freedom to suit your riding style. Six millimeters of lateral float allow for side-to-side movement of the pedal, so you can find a more comfortable pedaling position.
The ATAC XC 12's cleat is reversible, allowing to choose a release angle of 13 or 17 degrees. Choose the release angle of 13 degrees to bail out quickly or remain locked in with the 17-degree cleat configuration.
- TIME's lightest off-road pedal for elite cross and XC racers
- Full carbon body for lightweight efficiency and stiff pedaling
- ATAC dual-arch system sheds mud and dirt for easier entry
- +/- 5° of angular float with three spring tension settings
- 6mm of lateral float provides a comfortable pedaling position
- Reversible cleat allows for either 13 or 17° release angle
- Item #TME000Y
- [body] carbon, [axle] titanium, [bearings] steel, [arches] stainless steel
- [angular] 5°, [lateral] 6 mm
- Reversible ATAC Cleats
- Entry / Release
- 13/17° release
- Compatible Components
- TIME ATAC Cleats
- Claimed Weight
- 248 g
- Recommended Use
- cross-country, cyclocross
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
What do you think about this product?
April 24, 2018
Dont let the weight scare you
- I've put it through the wringer
Seriously, you want these. The weight is so light, I was worried clicking in.... worry no more. I rally as hard on these as i would any other pedal, and have simply left my preconceived notions behind. I have always used shimano. Tried Crank brothers, tried ATACs way back when Bart Brentjens won the Olympics. Tried Xpedo because they are so cheap, (and they are CHEAP in quality too). And went back to XT's since they always work. Well, these are better. They are smoother, have better shoe interface, and are just plain nicer! Oh, and WAYYYYY lighter!