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 Post subject: Re: My first carbon bike
PostPosted: Sun Jan 03, 2010 12:29 pm 
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Looking very well my friend. Nice sensible build and a very good weight for a large bike!

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Nice bike indeed.
Hoe do you like the Time Pedals?


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 Post subject: Re: My first carbon bike
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Thanks dandancast. The Time pedals are great. They are easy to get in and out of and the foot feels very secure. The cleats are awesome especially when you have to walk on them at the coffee shop. I don't have to carry cleat covers anymore like I used to when I was on Look pedals. Nothing against Look pedals, but is one less thing you have to stuff in your pockets. I would definitely buy them again.

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Hi Cocolo,
I ended up buying the Look Max 2 Carbon and put in my old bike, as the new frame is not here yet. I can say the Look pedal is nicer to use over the old Shimano I had.
I think Look changed their cleats a little, and so far did not find a problem.


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