Look KéO Blade Road Pedals
Look may not be reinventing the wheel but their new pedal design attempts to make clipping in easier. The debut of the KéO Blade pedal gets its name from a leaf spring made of carbon fiber instead of the usual wound retention steel. The carbon spring doesn’t reduce weight as much as you might hope...
Contador gets a new pair of shoes and pedals
LOOK, manufacturer of an elite line of clipless pedals and carbon fiber racing frames, has announced that the company will use Alberto Contador in an advertising campaign starting in July 2009. Contador rode the LOOK KéO 2 MAX pedal in this year’s Tour, including a yellow painted version of the superlight...
Dial your Speedplay Pedals with a Pro Fit Kit
Look for your local bike shop to have a new weapon in their custom fit department – Speedplay’s Pro Fit Case. Many riders are hampered by knee, ankle or back issues constantly. It’s a pretty common problem both on the bike and after a ride. While the solution may be found in many areas, the...
Learn how to ride clipless pedals
I was in my local bike shop today and overheard a new trick for learning to ride clipless pedals. It was to learn to ride with one clipless pedal and one regular flat pedal first. Then only add the second pedal when you get confident enough to control exiting from the first. The tip made me rethink...
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