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Small, light, secure.
The Time MX6 pedals feature a composite body, rather than full carbon, which gives it a bit more durability. To keep the weight under the 200-gram mark, Time uses hollow axles and shaft springs with oversized bearings for added durability. The ATAC (Auto Tension Adjust Concept) gives you quick engagement and plus or minus fives degrees of float. The wide platform makes mounting easy and allows mud to be easily shed.
- Composite body
- Hollow axle design
- +/- 5 degrees of float
- Cleats included
- Item #TME000F
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This is my first time with this brand and I'm digging these pedals!! Interesting size but super smooth to pedal with. I've mostly been riding with Crank Brothers pedals, so I'm digging the lower profile that these have. Definitely my favorite pedals I've used in the last while.
I have a peloton and recently have been riding a ruby specialized on the road and would love clipless pedals that are easier to get out because I'm a beginner with the outdoor riding, and really want shoes I can walk in if I need to walk off road and need some traction. Can you recommend a beginner shoe and pedals that match and anything else I may need for that at a reasonable price- not the most expensive one that you carry. Thanks so much@
Is the MX6's spring retention adjustable...
Is the MX6's spring retention adjustable as it is with the higher line Time ATAC pedals?
No, they've stopped offering that feature on most of their pedals.