As some of you may know, I've been quite a fan of Coombe Pro Pedals
. They're simply the best pedals I've ever owned and then the company went bust. When fresh cleats couldn't be found, I retired them and experimented with Time RXS Carbons, Shimano DA SPD-SL and some others before settling on Speedplay Zero Ti's. How surprised I was when I was look for some old Coombe specs and the website was changed!!
Coombe is now expected to release their new MILLENNIUM II pedals around March/April. I reached out to Bill Coombe and I'm already excited about the prospects of riding Coombe's again. Sidenote: I just got rid of my Speedplay Zero Ti pedals last year after being fed up with their persistent little nuisances. Can't wait to get my hands on these new Coombe's!
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONSThe new Millennium II pedal and cleat on the left with the discontinued Pro Pedal on the right.
> Stack Height = 10mm total (pedal + cleat)
> Cornering Clearance = 38 degrees
> Bearing System = 2 rows needle + 1 row ball (patented)
> Float Angle = +/- 3 deg from center with adjustable heel-in set screw.
> Retention Mechanism = Springless "Twist In" to engage (patented)
> Pedal Weight (each) = 110 grams (all Stainless Steel construction)
> Cleat Weight (each) = 55 grams (Bronze) or 22 grams (Aluminum)