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TIME Xpro 15 Pedals

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Xpro 15 Pedals

As one of only 3 contact points on the bike, pedal selection can certainly be a personal thing. Think about the range of preferences people have in their bar tape. Some prefer thin for more road feel, while others choose a thicker tape to help absorb more vibration. And we're not even going to touch the saddle preference issue that runs the gamut when it comes to personal selection. TIME's Xpro 15 Pedals are for the connoisseur who demands the best from their equipment. Expensive, yes, but for a pedal that has such a range of adjustment, premium materials, and such light weight, we feel the asking price is justified.

The Xpro 15 carries over the hollow titanium axle and superlight carbon body of the Xpro 12, but adds CeramicSpeed bearings to the mix for the smoothest pedaling available allowing accelerations and spinning at a high cadence to be just that much easier. Further contributing to a smoother spin is TIME's low 13.5mm stack height which reduces rocking torque and places the foot closer to the pedal's spindle for more efficiency. The new Xpro platform increases the already oversized platform of 700mm² on the Xpresso line to an even more impressive 725mm². TIME claims that this is perhaps the best platform to weight ratio available. Other favorite features carrying over that we are glad are not lost are the Q-Factor and angular adjustment, and the 3-position adjustable carbon Flexion blade utilized instead of heavier, traditional metal springs. We've always loved the easy entry and release of the Iclic system and TIME redesigned it to allow for even more positive engagement. These pedals barely trouble the scales at 87.3 grams per pedal making them worthy of any top end build. One last piece of tech differentiating the Xpro from the Xpresso is the new lower plate that acts as a fairing to improve aerodynamics and provide protection for the carbon blade. 

  • TIME's flagship road pedal is the refinement on a classic
  • New lower plate improves aerodynamics and protects the blade
  • Carbon Flexion blade has adjustable tension in 3 positions
  • Bioposition design reduces stack height to a low 13.5mm
  • The larger pedal platform adds even more stability
  • IClic cleats offer adjustable release angles
  • Ti spindle and carbon body lower weight, not durability
  • CeramicSpeed bearings offer the smoothest spinning
  • Item #TME001B

[body] carbon fiber, [spindle] titanium
[angular] 5°, [lateral] 2.5mm
TIME Iclic
Entry / Release
15° release angle
Spindle Diameter
Pedal Wrench Type
6mm Allen
Compatible Components
3-bolt shoes, TIME Iclic cleats
Claimed Weight
[pair] 6.2oz (174.6g)
Recommended Use
road cycling, time trial, triathlon
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 2

CF Everywhere But

I've put it through the wringer

Carbon and Ti everywhere, but one critical engineering flaw: the base plate ¨Bottom carbon blister¨ to be exact, which holds the whole thing together, is plastic. Both broke after 2500 miles, both will break on every single one of these they sell, the design is that poor, relying on a little thin rectangle of plastic up front. I am unimpressed by the torque setting on the release mech. Real wiggly. For this kind of money you can almost get power meter pedals. Yeah, they are super lightweight, but I just cannot understand how testing did not reveal this fundamental flaw.

>Rating: 1


I've put it through the wringer

With some components, you really have to wonder if anyone at the manufacturer actually every test rode them for more than a few miles! If anyone at Time did, it would be apparent to them that the cleats on these pedals, for whatever reason, squeak 'n creak incessantly and annoyingly! Grease, wax, dry lube, lightly sanding, different shoes, whatever -- it works for a few rides but then the noise is back. And, the new cleat version squeaks worse than the old! A few friends of mine have Xpressos as well and report the same issue. I gave these pedals an entire season to work but this is a dealbreaker for me. Back to the usual brands.

That would be truly annoying, and a "deal breaker" in my book.