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 Post subject: KEYWIN
PostPosted: Sat Mar 23, 2013 1:15 am 
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I have used Keywin for 10+ years. I cannot say I've tried them all, but I see no reason to change, ...

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Ironically, I was looking at Keywins @ 3DBikeFit. They are light! However, the Shimanos appear to have a more stable platform. I'm not sure how important that is.

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Curious why you think Shimano is more stable than Keywin? With the float in the pedal body/axle connection instead of the cleat/pedal body connection, shouldn't the Keywins be more stable? Some of my crew run Keywins (switched from Speedplay) and love them.


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nlouthan wrote:
Curious why you think Shimano is more stable than Keywin? With the float in the pedal body/axle connection instead of the cleat/pedal body connection, shouldn't the Keywins be more stable? Some of my crew run Keywins (switched from Speedplay) and love them.


I think nothing. Shimano were recommended for some reason, and I took the recommendation. My post was unclear: just repeating what I was told.

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