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Look Keo Easy Pedals

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New: tension adjustable from 8 to 12 Large platform for this level in the range providing enhanced pedalling comfort Very easy to use, ideal for beginners 142 g Large platform...

R 1,135.00

New: tension adjustable from 8 to 12

Large platform for this level in the range providing enhanced pedalling comfort

Very easy to use, ideal for beginners

142 g

Large platform surface

Easy to use

Technical Data

USE: ROAD - LEISURE

BODY: COMPOSITE

SPINDLE: STEEL THREAD 9/16 X 20 MM

BEARINGS: 1 BALL BEARING, 1 NEEDLE BEARING

SPINDLE/SOLE HEIGHT: 17.5 MM

PEDAL / CRANK DISTANCE: 53 MM

MULTITENSOR: YES- ADJUSTABLE FROM 8 TO 12

CLEATS: KEO CLEATS

ANGULAR MOVEMENT: 0°, 4.5° OR 9° DEPENDING ON CLEAT TYPE (BLACK, GREY OR RED)

PEDAL WEIGHT: 142 G. (352 G PER PAIR WITH CLEATS AND SCREWS)

COLOUR: BLACK

ACCESSORIES: ONE PAIR OF KEO GREY CLEATS + FASTENERS (6 SCREWS 5 X 11 MM AND 6 WASHERS)

WARRANTY: 2 YEARS

Technologies

KEO STANDARD

The Keo standard has been developed with the aim of reducing the weight and bulk of the cleat/pedal assembly while maintaining compatibility with all cycling shoes on the market. Clip in and clip out are secure and highly effective.

LARGE PEDAL PLATFORM AREA

The Keo Easy platform provides excellent foot to pedal stability as well as good power transfer.

WEIGHT: 142 G

A very light pedal for this level in the range, thanks to the use of a composite material.

ADJUSTABLE CLIP-OUT TENSION (8-12)

New: from now on you can adjust clip-in /clip-out tension on the Keo Easy from 8 to 12, thus making it adaptable to all users.

STEEL SPINDLE SYSTEM: 1 BEARING + 1 NEEDLE BEARING

The Keo Easy spindle system maintains platform height while using an oversized steel spindle. It consists of 1 miniature ball bearing (12 mm ID x 18 mm OD) and one needle bearing. LOOK spindles are only approved after a rotational test of 2 million cycles at 100 rpm with a load of 90 kg on the centre of the pedal and eccentric rotation (which replicates a bump at each revolution). This test is a great deal more stringent than the current standard: EN14781.