Rated 2 out of
I ride almost every where I go. I ride hard. I race.
I was watching the Tour du Suisse snickering over a comment Phil Ligget made about one fellow who had wrecked, "If you're not falling sometimes you're not trying hard enough."
If you are trying hard enough, don't buy this pedal. I've had two break already from minor falls and I don't even think they touched the ground! I think they are breaking when I go to pull out! Sure I tightened the tension but shouldn't that be OK?
Check out the picture. I'd hate to see what would happen if you clipped a pedal in a turn!
Date published: 2011-06-19
Rated 4 out of
Good to go.
This is my first purchase of a Look pedals. I like the platform and they are an easy install. Takes a little time to adjust angles for proper pedaling. A little trial and error is necessary. Instructions for adjustment is non existent, even online. Would be helpful to include this information.
Date published: 2012-09-13
Rated 5 out of
The Pedal that I Have been looking for..
Simply the best pedal for a Road Bike in this Price Range.
I have used the Crank Brothers Mallet, CB Candy, Shimano 105 and now the Look Keo Max.
All of the pedals above have their pros & cons but in the end these Look pedals rock and if you are looking for an awesome Road Pedal.. I suggest trying out these pedals....
Date published: 2010-08-09
Rated 5 out of
These are very nice pedals. I have two pairs (one for my indoor trainer and another for my Cervelo R3). Stylish, functional, a solid platform when climbing out of the saddle, adjustable. All around very nice pedals. I do sometimes have trouble snapping in.
Date published: 2012-03-24