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Time Roc Atac S Pedal

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $135.00

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Time ROC ATAC S is a double sided clipless pedal.. Can be used for both Mountain and Road. Excellent mud clearance. Easy entry and exist with tension adjustability. Composit body and Chromoly axle.

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by juan_manuel a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: February 21, 2013

Strengths:    Not on the light side but very strong, even for agressive XC.
Fast clip and unclip.
Easy service
Cleats also are very strong
Short break in period
Looks fine!

Weaknesses:    None with the pedal but Time is a little confusing with their products line up and names; for example this pedal now is called ATAC XC 4 (Why? I mean Roc S was fine, is enough to add the model year like formula brakes do to their products), also the website is not the best.

Bottom Line:   
After try shimano and crank brothers (candy sl, mallet, acid) and destroy or have critical accidents i search for a pedal that doesn't suffer for catastrophic failure, i don't have problem with a pedal that need service or even clean after every ride because i try to keep my bike clean but what i don't like is components that fail during the ride; of course our sport is affected by other elements (rocks, weather, dust, cold) and i think the pedals are one of the most compromised part. Time pedals performs awesome since the first day. The retention system is by far the most durable and after break-in period the clip and unclip is easy and doesn't require much effort.

Ideal for agressive xc, marathon or even enduro! If you need something more freeride oriented try the X Roc or Z Strong (both with ATAC system). Once you get used to this system you don't wanna try other thing.

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Similar Products Used:   Crank Bros Candy SL (2010)
Shimano SPD XT (2010 model)

Bike Setup:   Mojo HD

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Eric Delao a Weekend Warrior from Pasadena, Texas, USA

Date Reviewed: April 1, 2010

Strengths:    The cleats are the best no mudd or clay will stick and the load click let's you know your in for the full ride without the unwanted uncliping.

Weaknesses:    None yet

Bottom Line:   
Its worth every penny to know that your feet are 100% on the pedals
and to know that no matter what surface you step on the cleats will slap right with no problem very sterdy and can handle anything you throw at them. When you want to ride aggressive this is the pedal for you.
Now can you handle it.

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Favorite Trail:   Jack Brooks

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $120.00

Purchased At:   Bayarea Schwinn

Similar Products Used:   SPD pedals and cleats

Bike Setup:   2010 Specialized Stuntjumper FSR Comp

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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 »

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 »

What's the difference between Time ATAC XS or ROC ATAC?

I have inherted bad knees & angles from my dad, and want to minimize harm to them. I want to get into clipless, and from what I've read the Time pedals will be best for my flaky leg joints. I cannot find any information comparing the ATAC XS pedals to the ROC ATAC pedals. What's the difference, be ... Read More »

Time ATAC ROC S vs. Time ATAC XS

My 06 XS pedals are worn out and I'm looking to replace them. I liked the XS but I prefer the feeling of the older Time Pedals. I also liked that the old ones were durable while I seem to go through the XS pedals every 2 years. Does anyone have any riding time on the ROC's? Supposedly they have a bi ... Read More »

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