Light is one thing, but those are something else entirely.
2008 Giant Trinity A1 (cheapass 50mm carbon clinchers)
No easy road goes anywhere worth going
AGW wrote:Aside from the cylinder bolt mech thing, it looks like Aerolite.
And the cleats seem a little smarter - you don't have to drill holes in your shoes to mount them.
2014 Canyon Ultimate CF SLX Di2
I'd need a couple of years of real world (i.e. WW forum) history and a steep discount to consider these.
Hope they make a success of it.
J-Nice wrote:Didn't another company have a similar design years ago and went out of business?
You're thinking about m2racer. They made cool products
I also wonder how these feel like, especially in terms of stability and foot/pedal connection.
The VN story posted above has verified weights on our scale. 73 grams for both pedals, 125g for everything (pedals, cleats, bolts).
The design is a sort of mix between M2 and the old Aerolite pedals. Interesting concept, but will take some getting used to.
If they are on here and want someone to ride these pedals for a while, SIGN ME UP and I would love to get my build back down to under 13 lbs and these pedals look super aero. lol
AERO & LIGHT is RIGHT
Cervelo SLC 5960g/13.13 lbs
I'm curious to know how clipping out is, and if this design would lead to more accidental clipping out. Maybe not good for a strong sprinter who has a lot of pull on his pedals.
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