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Time X Roc S Pedal

4.33/5 (3 Reviews)
MSRP : $135.00

Product Description

A large platform for better stability, allows youTo attackThe most extreme situations withTotal confidence  Composite body and oversize steel axle ATAC System for ease of engagement Adjustment of angular sensations, or "feel" Excellent mud-clearing dueToThe self-cleaning concept Large platform forTrail/all-mountain/enduro Angular float (+-5°) and lateral float (6 mm) 437g/pair

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:2
Submitted by Crazy Pete a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: July 27, 2012

Strengths:    Easy clip in and out, great platform when unclipped, eventhough they got smashed against rocks and roots the pedal-body stayed in one piece

Weaknesses:    After less than a month the bearing holding the pedal-body and the iron axle broke, the pedal fell apart and there was no way of putting it back together. The pedal really holds on a small bolt, so nothing like Shimano's where the whole axle is one big screw.

Bottom Line:   
I bought these for the same price as Shimano XT pedals (around 50 EUR). They worked well on the trail and felt bombproof. I am a heavier rider (90kg) and ride all-mountain (singletrails), no downhill or jumping. If the pedals would be as durable as Shimano's I would give them 6 star rating out of 5. But the pedal broke in less than a month of average usage (2-3 trip per week).
I am returning them and getting new ones (hoping the next pair will hold longer).

Bottom line: better than Shimano SPD system, but questionable durability (I ll see with my next pair)

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Favorite Trail:   Brazilian

Duration Product Used:   3 weeks

Price Paid:    $55.00

Purchased At:   bike-components

Similar Products Used:   Shimano XT

Bike Setup:   Specialized Enduro Expert

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

Date Reviewed: May 29, 2012

Strengths:    Platform with extra surface, these are not made in China, they look strong.

Weaknesses:    Clipping out it is bit hard to me (maybe my first pair of clipless?).

Bottom Line:   
I have always ride MTB with platform pedals, and this is my first set of clipless pedals. They look really well done, not made in china pedals. Really good strong materials.
You can adjust the spring tension, and you have a good contact surface for your shoes. I am using it with a pair of Pearl iZUMi X-Alp Seek III WRX shoes and for the clip-in I have no problem, but for the clip-out I feel it a little hard, maybe is because is my first time with clipless pedals.
Any way, good pedals, great quality.

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Price Paid:    $108.00

Purchased At:   Amazon / Xtreme Bike

Similar Products Used:   My first pair of clipless pedals

Bike Setup:   Gallardo Bamboo Bike, Shimano Deore, Epicon 110mm suspension, 26"x2.15 Maxxis CrossMarks tires.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by scorchedearth a Weekend Warrior from United States

Date Reviewed: October 14, 2011

Strengths:    Nice platform for solid point of contact, easy to attach/release, solid construction, ease of use.

Weaknesses:    Can't think of any at the moment.

Bottom Line:   
Overall, these feel like great pedals. I have ridden about 160km on them so far and have not experienced any problems. The cleats are wearing in nicely to the point where releasing is getting even easier but I am still secure and it is great to have the platform for situations where I don't want to be clipped in. I have only fallen once with them so far and since that time, the unclipping has become increasingly reflexive, preventing a few other falls in the process.

So far so good!

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Favorite Trail:   Wakefield Park, Don Valley

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $90.00

Purchased At:   pricepoint

Similar Products Used:   This is my first pair of clipless pedals.

Bike Setup:   2011 Kona Fire Mountain

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