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Time Atac Gloves

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Product Description

  • Palm made of Clarino with ergonomic cushion
  • Stretchable cuff with adjustable fastening system
  • Zone of absorption of perspiration

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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 »

Problems with Time ATAC Pedals

I have been running ATACs for almost 10 years on all my and my wife's bikes (4 MTBs, 2 fat bikes and a road bike), and never really had a problem. I have the ATAC XS on my do everything MTB, and almost killed myself on Porcupine Rim as I jumped off a ledge and my left foot pulled out. So basically ... Read More »

Time ATAC pedal rebuild

After looking around on the web I didn't find much in terms of how to rebuild Time ATAC pedals. I decided to take mine apart and service them so here are some pics to walk anyone through the process. Go ahead... it's easy! While not required, it makes this job go a lot easier if you have some s ... Read More »

Which Time ATAC pedals for new SB66C build

Hello, I'm about to start my new build of a SB66c. Currently own a 2009 575, with Time ATAC XS Carbon pedals, and am quite pleased with them. So for my new SB66c I don't know if I should stick with the XS Carbon again, or go with the new Time ATAC XC 6. I know the XC 6 are slightly lighter ( ... Read More »

Time Atac pedals, any good?

I've been using crank bros pedals for a few years now, and while I like them I'm sick of their poor durability. I've chewed out 2 sets, and my latest set need rebuilding for the second time. Shimano is not an option for me, they lock me in too much and I end up with sore knees. I'm looking at Time A ... Read More »

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