One of the best performance, technically advanced pedal systems available. The performance features of the Speedplay Zero Pedal System read like a pro racer's wish list. No other pedal system comes close to offering the superior adjustability or cutting-edge performance features of the Zero. By thinking "outside the box", we created and patented the most technically advanced pedal system ever, featuring your choice of either a fixed position or up to 15 degrees of micro-adjustable float.
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I like Speedplay pedals on my road bikes are they are dual sided and easily to clip in. Zero's are easy to adjust to limit the float which is useful to stop the cycling on ice feeling (as the float has little resistance) and stop the edge of your heals clipping the bikes frame. These are about the best price/weight ratio balance for me and are easy enough to maintain and seem to last forever if you look after them.
It's early days but these feel excellent. I know the float (which can actually be dialled out completely) makes some people feel nervous about putting power down out of the saddle, but once you've accepted that you won't unclip accidentally this isn't a problem. These are simply a joy to use.
Great pedals thoroughly recommend them far better than a basic SPD or Look as plenty of sideways movement, also best online price at Probikekit
After having Time for years to allow for my dodgy knees i thought i would try something different. The locking mechanism is great there feels like no risk of accidental unclipping. They are a bit of effort to set up as they are different form normal 3 screw cleats so you need to be careful about adjusting to avoid causing any damage to yourself
Very easy to mount and set up. Very comfortable use, as much or as little float as you want , stable plantform and easy to click in and out of- but not too easy!!
Really nice product, great looking, great feeling, very light weight compared to my other pedals
I ordered for a month and still haven't got my item. FYI, I am from Hong Kong.
Speedplay's minimal design puts the mechanics of the pedal into the cleat. This means the pedal on its own is lightweight and, uniquely for a road-specific design, it's also dual-sided, making these some of the easiest pedals for first time users. With masses of adjustability it's a great choice for racers too.
Speedplay have a radical approach to their clipless pedals. In other systems the pedal contains the locking mechanism, in Speedplays itâ€™s in the cleat.
This has one huge benefit: you can set the amount of float for heel in and heel out directions, adjustable from 0-15 degrees, letting you tailor the movement and release point. Thereâ€™s also plenty of side to side and fore and aft adjustment, allowing you to make very fine adjustments to their setup.
The ease of entry is excellent too, as the pedal tends to slip straight into the hole in the cleat first go. With needle bearings, two sealed cartridge bearings and grease injection ports theyâ€™re durable and serviceable too. Excellent.
with these pedals, I am always met with surprise and speculation from other riders, who primarily use look and shimano. Around me, the big two pretty much dominate. I too at first was skeptical, but I am always intrigued by new and different products. These pedals have received a fair bit of attention over the last few years with some notable pro team sponsorship and podium publicity. In my opinion, they definitely hit the mark! I have been pleasantly surprised that the tiny little pedal body is hardly noticeable as tiny or the least bit smaller than shimano or look's pedalling platform. The ease of double sided clipping in, and the lack of centering spring are two of the pedals most appealling features along with independently adjustable float. Although, they do require frequent maintenance and require more force than would have thought to clip in at first before the cleat breaks in. Highly recommended! Would never use anything else again!
Great for eliminating the locked in feeling of many conventional pedals. Save your knees with the adjustable lateral play (adjustment is good here to avoid hitting the frame). Stainless have superior bearings to the chromo
Just got started using the speedplay system, but it has already blown me away. the pedals feel really natural when you are riding, and there is no more of that uncomfortable locked in position. save your knees with the free float on the sides (adjustable is good here so not to hit the frame). highly recommended
Stainless bearings seem higher quality over the cromo
I've been using these for 1 season (prev using Shimano SPD)
I found the float took getting used to - but the ability to adjust inturn/outturn separately is great. In addition to reduced fatigue on long rides, I found I was far more comfortable when climbing out of saddle. Double-sided engagement is a huge plus (and makes the transition from SPD a whole lot easier). With proper lube, the engage/disengage is smooth. The stack height is already better, but I currently use a shoe with a 3-bolt pattern. What would make these peddles perfect is if Speedplay could design them to natively fit on a 3 bolt sole without the use of an adapter (which adds to the stack height). PBK sells the Lake shoes with the 4-bolt sole but there aren't many shoes out there designed for Speedplay peddles.
These are a true racing pedal. They do take some getting used to and I do understand some peoples complaints about the float but it just takes time and adjustment (which is easy). If you are tired of not clipping in easily and having to look down at your single side pedal then get these.
Bearing in mind that I have not altered anything else on my bike I am still amazed by the new levels of comfort I now experience with these pedals. Speedplay have always had a good reputation among knee sufferers, but this really is limiting the real gains of the system. Comfort and performance go hand in hand and I can now see why these pedals are so popular. I think that these pedals answer all the important questions that you can ask of a pedal; good shoe to pedal interface, low stack height, aerodynamic (not many pedals can claim that), lightweight, ergonomic fit and ease of use.
Pedals are a personal item on the bike where one personâ€™s passion is anotherâ€™s poison. Besides all the technical benefits to this pedal, and there are many, the biggest bonus for me was the increased comfort given over extended efforts. If you are currently unhappy or like myself have been curious to how the pedals feel and perform I would encourage you to try a pair. I think you will come back with happy feet
With their compact bodies, double-sided entry and free float, Speedplay's pedals are different from most others. They feel a little odd at ï¬�rst, with no spring tension centring your feet, but they offer great freedom to ï¬�nd your own natural position for pedalling.
Zero pedals feature low weight, low stack height, high cornering clearance and adjustment of both float and release angle. Plus their double-sided design makes them incredibly quick and easy to get into, a boon for riding in traffic. It's a package that makes them one of the best clipless pedals, despite disadvantages of pricy replacement cleats and poor walkability.
Low weight is an obvious advantage. A low stack puts the rider's centre of gravity closer to the ground , which makes for more confident cornering. The compact shape of the Zeros also provides lots of ground clearance. These are great pedals for accelerating out of tight corners while your rivals are still coasting.
After many thousands of kilometres on Speedplays I'm happy to recommend them to anyone switching to clipless pedals. I've noticed that mountain bikers switching to the road get on well particularly with them because of the double-sided design.