Numerous teams use Time pedals: Bouygues Teleocom, Cofidis and AG2R to name a few. Updates for 2009 - Cleaner body lines due to removal of the racing clip with optimised centring of the cleat to facilitate engagement.
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I own a few pairs of the RSX First pedals and one of the RSX Carbon. As far as performance goes there is really no noticeable difference between the First and the Carbon. Both pedals have a positive engagement, smooth and durable bearing, low clearance, and a durable cleat. The RXS Carbon pedals are a bit lighter than the RXS First, but not by much - you decide if the few grams are worth the extra money.
Overall the RXS pedals work well. I like the "Cafe Cleat" that has the small posts in the back to protect the metal parts that engage the pedal. I also like the extremely low profile. The RXS Carbon pedals really are great pedals, but whether or not they are worth the extra money over the First is up to you.
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This carbon reinforced composite version of the Time RXS is a lightweight dream for those roadies wanting a quality svelte pedal.
Thereâ€™s plenty of scope for set-up, with +/- 5 degrees of ï¬‚oat, 2.5mm of lateral ï¬‚oat and lateral offset adjustment, so you can tailor them for personal choice, making them especially good for anyone with any knee niggles. A plus note on the cleats is that theyâ€™re easier to walk in than most. Power delivery is superb with the low stack height â€“ you feel every ounce of effort that you put in is transferred through the pedals.
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