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Time X Roc Pedal

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MSRP : $79.99

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Product Description

Get dirty with the Time X-Roc Pedal; it's wide body offers stability and ease of use when the trail gets sketchy, and thanks to the self-cleaning, clip-in design, you won't be sacrificing efficiency like with standard platform pedals.Auto Tension Adjustment Concept (ATAC) separates foot retention from spring tension for consistent engagementStainless steel plate protects the composite body from impacts for durabilitySelf-cleaning design ensures easy engagement in muddy conditionsOversized steel axle handles mountain biking abuse

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Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:1
Submitted by Scott a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: September 27, 2013

Strengths:    Large Platform. Hold up well to rock hits.

Weaknesses:    Dangerous!!!! Cannot get out when needed. Lateral float. To high a release angle and spring too tight.

Bottom Line:   
These pedals are impossible to get out of in a pinch. If you get into a technical spot and start to go over, you will not get out in time to catch yourself. The release angle of 13 degrees (lowest option)is way to far over to allow for quick release when needed. Sure, if you have 5 minutes to think about needing to get out you can twist your leg 90 degrees to get out, but otherwise, you are going down (My legs and bike have many scars thanks to these pedals). One time I fell over the edge on a steep bank and the bike went with me because the pedals wouldn't release. AVOID THIS PEDAL for your own safety. Until they come up with a cleat that releases earlier and doesn't allow the lateral movement, I am sticking with SPD. Loved the platform, but when clipped in, these are just dangerous!!

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Similar Products Used:   WTB Stealth (Best pedals ever). SPD (Good runner up)

Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:1
Submitted by Brad

Date Reviewed: September 6, 2012

Strengths:    Nice looking, light weight

Weaknesses:    Terrible build quality

Bottom Line:   
These pedals are my second set of Time pedals to fail within 3 months of purchase. My first set of Time pedals failed on the first ride. I have no idea who does the QA for these products, but it is consistently bad. Even on fairly new products Time doesn't do advanced replacement. They force you to send them in for servicing.

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