Strengths: Extremely durable. These pedals have hit all kinds of rocks from sandstone, limestone, basalt, quartzite to everything in between. 4 years later (and not much black paint left) they are still going strong on my Nomad.
Weaknesses: Haven't found any yet.
Bought these off of chainlove about 4 years ago and have been extremely happy with them. Moved to them from Shimano spds for a better platform. Really easy to get in and out of and I can still wear a shoe or flip flop when not on a trail ride. I'd definitely buy another pair if these were to ever fail.
I am thinking about using some ATAC Z pedals I have in the garage on an upcoming build. Anyone here using them and have a particular shoe recommendation? I'd like to try a shoe that can utilize the platform on these pedals - so I am thinking something with a little softer and grippier sole, but re ... Read More »
Looking at getting a set of clipless pedals with platforms any thought on the above...
I read in some of the post that the Crank Brothers need to re-built after a yr. some quality issues...
haven't heard too much on the time pedals.Read More »
I've broken the tension springs on my Time ATAC Z pedals. Looks like Time is going to send me replacement springs (good news) but I am not sure about how to replace them (bad news) It looks pretty straight forward. Use a punch to push out the spring axles and drop in the new springs, but there is ... Read More »
I have had my Time ATAC Z pedals for about a year now and I love them. However, I have had my share of crashes and OTB's and have never been able to unclip in such a situation. I'm used to separate from my equipment in skiing, so why don't my pedals do that.
I have no adjustments on there that I ... Read More »