Offering the ultimate in performance and durability, the Look Keo Classic Pedals feature a glass fibre charged polyamide body which allows for high resistance and a very light pedal. With one ball bearing for axial loads and a needle bearing in the middle to support radial loads, there's also a steel spindle for added support and strength. Featuring a lower height from axle to sole to improve your power efficiency, the pedals also have an adjustable spring tension mechanism for smoother releasing. - L.M.
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Very nice pedals with a wide range of adjustment, I personally like them as tight as possible and these can get very very solid.
I changed to the look classic from Spd which were great. Wow, the first time I clipped into the look classic was a revelation! Did not have adjust at all just perfect. No more close calls when attempting to unclip, the look classic pedals are a fantastic product all round, look no further...buy them!
I bought these pedals for my mountain bike, which I only ever ride on the road, plus I never really got on with my existing SPD pedals and had always remembered having a hassle-free experience when using Look products; so I took the plunge, made the switch and basically haven't looked back. The last pair of Look road pedals that I'd purchased harked back to the glory days of Le Mond and Hinault! So I was intrigued to find out how things had developed, and was pleasantly surprised to see that – although the design had been refined over the years – the fit and feel were as good as I remembered. The Keo system is pretty much of the same design ethos as the original Delta, with just a few nips and tucks here and there. Mine were packaged with the grey cleats, which give you 4.5 degrees of float, if this isn't enough for you then go for the red version which give 9 degrees, or opt for the zero degree black cleats if you're looking for a more rigid and uncompromising fit. Considering the Keo Classics are very much entry level pedals, I found them to be well made and fairly light for the price, if you're a particularly heavy rider, say 16st + then I'd probably look for something a little more robust, but all in all I'm very pleased with them.
Whilst I would love to have double sided entry pedals, like Speedplay, quite frankly I can't afford them especially as I have several road bikes. These pedals are fairly light but solid. I have covered thousands of miles with each set and have had absolutely no issue with any of them. The downside with the likes of the Look pedals as I have mentioned above is the difficulty there is sometimes in getting your foot into the pedal without constantly having to look down. It is quite easy to miss entry just a little and the pedal starts spinning with luck then whether you are trying to insert your cleat into the bottom or the top. Practice does help but I still can't always get it right. I have Crank Brothers on my mountain bike and have no such issue. Anyway, for the price, they are still good pedals.
Look's Keo has won our Editors' Choice award a few times. We love its support and stability, ease of use, low weight and reliability, mile after mile. Despite the price spread, all Keos use the same cleat and bearing setup, and on the bike it's almost impossible to differentiate between the Keo models, in most cases. The Classic uses the lowest-cost materials. It's the heaviest Keo, at 280 grams a pair and it has the least stiff body. Though it doesn't affect price, the Classic has the lowest spring tension settings, so it's very easy for newcomers to use clipless.
We've been running a set of these for months, right through the winter, and despite zero maintenance theyâ€™re as smooth as the day we put them on.The oversized steel axles spin on roller and needle bearings and theyâ€™re well sealed against the elements.The composite pedal body has a large enough surface area to provide plenty of stability as you pedal, while a wide adjustment range allows you to set the cleat entry/release tension exactly how you want it.
So easy to clip in and out of, compared to the KEO MAX 2 version, which I also own. Because of this ease of release, they make a great 'starter' pedal for cyclists not used to 'clip-in' pedals. I have used these for probably a 1000 miles now, with no squeaks or bearings issues. Also, the red version look great on my bike. Highly recommended
I have been using these pedals for over 2 years now on 2 different bikes. They are very reliable, and do not require cleaning (unless you're in a mudfest). They make a distinctive 'click' to let you know that you're clipped in. Not that heavy, and an excellent value for the money.
Very reliable and comfortable pedals..
They offer noticeably more power transfer than MTB SPDs. Although I find the SPDs much better for city cycling for ease of clipping in and out.
This is probably true for all road pedals but I find these more difficult to clip in and out of and its always a slightly nervous time re-clipping in. For long rides in the country they are great though and up hills offer much more stability in power.
No problems in terms of reliability always worked 100% and seem mechanically simple that they will continue to do so.
I have tried the LOOK ones with a larger surface area and these are easier clipping in and out.
Having tried numerous SPD and SPD-SL pedals I decided to take my chances with these Look pedals. I felt SPDs were too small on a contact area and SPD-SL just didn't work for me.
The tension at the lowest setting is perfect for me as I've just started cycling and the float helps keep my knees happy.
The only problem I have with these pedals is the fact they aren't perfectly vertical. They rest at a larger than 90 degree angle when I'm not clipped in which requires me to bend my ankle more than I had to on my SPD-SL pedals.
The cleats also seems to wear out relatively quickly.
Overall these are well worth the money and I'll be buying a 2nd pair for my secondary bike.
This has been an impressive, solid pedal, which I use for training and racing. The standard cleat provided gives slightly more float than I prefer (4.5 degrees), and there are replacement cleats to provide float from zero to 9 degrees. I love the Look design, but it only allows clip in from one side, which can take some adjustment if you're more inclined to the Speedplay-type. Overall, solid transfer of power, pops with the red color on my bike.
perfect for people who don't want to spend to shave weight. A pedal with a clip-in system that has made its proof
Had these pedals for several years and use red (9 degree) cleats - clapped out knees!
Recently bought new style cleats and they are so much better than the older style ones, smoother in, smoother out and float is much easier to feather without disconnecting. I did not adjust the pedals when using the new cleats so I am sure its the new style cleats that have made the difference. Cannot see them presently for sale on PBK site... guys are you getting them in?
I've got plain KeO Classic pedals on two bikes and KeO Sprint on another and KeO Carbon on my 'best bike'.
The Carbons are very nice,and great to have on my 'best bike', but they're very expensive and realistically the plain Classics do the job just as well for just a very few grammes extra weight : and I can't tell the difference between Sprints & Classics, despite the extra cost
Originally Classics came is just a low-market grey colour, but now you can get them in red or black, just go for them.
I used these for about a year now and there's been nothing wrong with them. They still spin as smooth as the first day I got them. They look great for beginner pedals and perform pretty well considered the low price. They're lightweight and they look great!
I have been riding the same Keo Classic pedal for 4 years now. They are lightweight for a pedal of such a low price. I find them much easier to clip into compared to Speedplay pedals. I also don't like the float Speedplay has. The Keo 4.5 degree float is ideal for myself and most riders. A zero degree float is bad on the knees and the 9 doesn't feel very secure for me, nor do I feel I produce as much power. Great buy, worth the money. If nothing else for training purposes!
Decent pedal for the price. I have noticed more hot spots after switching to these from carbon fiber pedals though. Performance is ok but not really a racing pedal.
I was hesitant to buy these because I'd heard of issues with squeaking, but I've put a lot of miles on them so far and have no complaints. They still look good for what they've been through with me, and I've had no problems thus far.
J'ai achetÃ© ces pÃ©dales l'an passÃ© et elles sont toujours aussi performantes. Elles sont rÃ©sistantes et vraiment facile a utilisÃ©. Pour le prix, elles font l'affaire.
Work very well and smooth, not as much surface area as the Keo 2 Max I have on my new bike, but these will do the trick.
I use them with the Keo grip cleats and they don't squeak as I have heard some people had this issue.
Cons are you practically demolish the part that touches the cleat after a while (no metal plate like the Keo Max) and it doesn't come with keo grip cleats, but for the price its good.
We've been running a set of these for months now, right through the winter and despite zero maintenance they're as smooth as the day we put them on. The composite pedal body has a large enough surface area to provide plenty of stability as you pedal, while a wide adjustment range allows you to set the cleat entry.release tension exactly how you want it.