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Time Atac S Pedal

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MSRP : $140.00

Product Description

New wider pedal platform for improved foot stability. New body design improves self-cleaning of the engagement mechanism. Low spring tension causes less friction in extreme conditions. New body profile and arch design provides faster step-in.

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Help me decide - Look S-Track or Time ATAC XC

Hi folks, I've broken my SPDs after a decade and I am looking to get a new pedal. The SPDs were great, I just want more float as I have a bad knee. I think i've narrowed it down to the Time ATAX XC 8 carbons and the S-Track Race. Also might consider the ATAX MX, but I'd have to try those out ... Read More »

Time ATAC XC vs XS - What's the difference?

I bought a bike a week ago (and have only taken it out in the neighborhood and one mini-ride... damn weather/work travel). For the time being I stole my Shimano M324 (flip-flop platform/spd) pedals from my touring bike, but I want to pick up some clipless. After talking to the LBS folks, friends, ... Read More »

Any deals on Time Atac roc's

Found the ones on ebay, before i pull the trigger i wanted to see if there were any other deals out there i missed. And the google add that says 53 bucks is incorrect. ThanksRead More »

Anywhere to get Time ROC ATAC S pedals in Houston?

I am looking to purchase Time ROC ATAC S pedals before I leave on my trip to Colorado and I am trying to find a shop in Houston or preferably North Houston area that carries these pedals. I will continue calling shops this morning as soon as they start to open. Any hints or help would be appreciat ... Read More »

Problem with Time ATAC's - HELP

I've been riding the Time ATAC's for about 4 years (switched from Eggbeaters lack of quick failures). Recently I've had a clicking/popping in the left and some, but to a much lower degree in the right. I thought it was the shoes so I tried some older shoes that I used previously with the TA with no ... Read More »

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