Look's brand new Kéo 2 MAX pedal as used by the Tour 2009 winner Alberto Contador and countless others. New for this model is an increased contact surface area and steel wear plate.
At a mere 130g in composite the Kéo 2 MAX is one of the lightest pedals in its category. This has been achieved through the use of a carbon injection process (carbon model) allowing for weight reduction and improved durability.
Particular attention was focused on reliability and provided through features such as: a stainless steel cleat contact area, an oversized axle with dual seals, making this a pedal built to last. The new line of Kéo 2 MAX pedals maintains a low cleat contact height even with the use of a steel oversize axle. The pedal is built with two miniature ball bearings (12mm inner x 18mm outer diameters) and a needle roller bearing. LOOK axles are only approved once they have survived a million cycles at 100 revolutions per minute with a 90kg (198lbs) load at the centre of the pedal and an eccentric rotation (replicating a bump each revolution). This test largely surpasses current standards (reference NF EN 14781). Dual seals help to increase bearing longevity.
Thanks to 14mm of threads on the new LOOK axle, the Q-factor may be extended by 2mm with the use of specific washers available separately. Use of these specific washers results in a Q-factor of 55mm versus the original 53mm.
"Bigger platform and smoother float for Look's updated Kéo pedal..."
Look's ubiquitous Kéo road pedal receives a significant update in the new Kéo 2 MAX, with a wider composite body and co-moulded stainless steel upper plate that lends a more solid feel underfoot and less out-of-plane rocking compared to the original Kéo. When it comes for your mid-ride cafe stop, soft rubber pads on the front and back of the cleats help prevent embarrassing spills on slick floors.
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I was mooving from SPD to LOOK (finnaly). It is a great upgrade. Pedals are stable and power transfer to pedals is much better. Price was excelent and shipping was super fast.
i choose white model. it's very light and looking good on my bike. because my bike is also white. but, simple matter is easily getting duty. you might need cleaner for pedal. it feel like hard to get in cleat on pedal then shimano one. i think, it just adapting period. i'll recommend you buy this, if you want fine color & light weight cleat pedal~
These pedals ship in a retail box with a set of grey cleats. Excellent value and the newer design gives a firmer grip. I increased the cleat tension as they ship on minimum which is ok for first time users. Keep the tension adjustable screw lubed as it's metal into brass and they can seize. PBK price and delivery was very good too.
Very Good item!!!! excellent delivery!!! Everything is in perfect order!!! Thank you!!
These pedals are even better than their predecessors, the standard Kéo pedals. They are broader, which gives a solid platform for the foot. Clicking in is firm, positive, and secure. And Look bearings last for ever - I've a pair of pedals that's nine years old, with thousands of kilometres on the clock, and is still going strong.
This is obviously a very good pedals and reliable. They feel very smooth on the clip in and clip out. while you press hard power on the pedal, It does not affect the efficiency of the comfort, and they grant to you a very good foot support. Buy it, no matter if you a pro or not, the value for the money is definitely worthwhile
Bought these over the standard KEO pedals as they were available in white - look great on my black bike with white trim and finishing kit. The low weight coupled with a good pair of road shoes has significantly improved my acceleration and hill-climbing - quite a contrast from my previous MTB shoes and pedals. Thoroughly reccomend.
Great product. Delivery prompt. Great service. Free international delivery closed the deal for me.keep it up!
Switching over from eggbeaters, I love the solid positive engagement. I feel confident getting out of the saddle without worrying about accidentally unclipping.
Need to get used to the one sided entry though. That's the only disadvantage of road pedals in general, except Speedplay I guess.
I have a pair of these on all three of my rigs; road, time trial and track. They make almost any frame look even better without adding much weight. Outstanding power transfer, easy to clean and service, and no hotspots even after long rides.
Strong, lightweight and easy to locate your cleat in. The pedals have adjustable tension as you'd expect, but the float adjustment is fulfilled by different coloured cleats (three available - red, grey and black).
Only drawback - a couple of embarrassing moments at the traffic lights when trying to get back in the pedals - the pedals do not naturally sit the right way up - an additional side to clip in or better weighting would be wonderful.
That said - at the price-point, they are a fantastic set of pedals!
A great mid-range pedal, providing 3 variations of float with different coloured cleats and easily adjustable tension on the pedal.
They are relatively lightweight, strong, and the contact is confident once clipped in.
Although the cleats are relatively easy to locate in the pedal (once you're used to the position on your shoe), the pedal does not naturally lie the right way up, occasionally causing some embarrassing moments at traffic lights! It would definitely benefit from better balance or a second entry on the other side.
At 130g each, these pedals are some of the lightest for the money. The LOOKs look slick in any colour (maybe not the yellow though). They also make a reassuring solid click when you clip in, which is a plus.
I like these alot. I have tried them after a couple years on the Keo Easy model and they are a marked improvement. They appear to be made out of similar materials but the platform is wider so you feel like you have more to push down upon. The ability to adjust the release pressure is a nice component that the Easy doesn't have. They seem to be a right solid piece of equipment.
These are my favourite pedals, In fact, I just bought another pair for my other road bike...this time I got the white ones. Solid build, light, and easy to adjust. I'm a big guy and I really feel stable on these.
I have ridden the Keo Easy for the past 3 years and finally decided to upgrade to the Keo 2 Max. What a difference. I am kicking myself for not doing it sooner.
I upgraded from the classic pedals and these are lighter, stiffer, larger platform, and a lot better power transfer.
The larger platform is worth the upgrade and these pedals are a great bang for your buck!
I have ridden with these pedals for over a year. I upgraded from a much older pair of Look pedals. I have not caught a pedal yet even when cornering hard and pedaling. They show very little wear and seem as good now as the day I put them on my bike.
I had just upgraded form the classic pedals and the Keo Max are better in a lot of ways. They are lighter, easier to clip in and out, bigger platform to transfer power more efficiently, and they do not wear on the cleats as much as the classics do.
I recently bought these pedals from PBK and have just installed them for spring upgrading from Keo Classic pedals.
The larger platform makes for a more stable feel, which is a bonus over the classics. The grip cleats are much better than the standard cleats, since they don't slip. This may not seem like a big deal, but if you are getting on rollers during the winter in your home, the non-grip cleats could give way and make you fall.
I also love the look of them, and the new metal insert that prevents wear of the actual pedal itself.
Overall very smooth pedals, I have not had any issues with noise that some people have spoken about in other reviews.