As its name suggests, Speedplay’s Zero Aero Pedal System is designed to increase speed by slashing wind resistance. With a tiny frontal area, a dimpled surface, and a streamlined profile, the Zero Aero is the ultimate aerodynamic pedal system on the market. Every aspect of its design has been painstakingly tailored to boost speed by minimizing wind drag. Developed specifically for Time Trials and Triathlons where every second counts, the Zero Aero Pedal System provides more speed with the same power – that's why we call it free speed!
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This is a great evolution of the zero pedal. The cleat makes the old ones obsolete in my view as you can walk in them. Also they are aero so perfect for tt especially if you have shoes with the speedplay soles. The Pedal itself has a clean axle with an Allen key fitting. So don't over tighten. Obviously they only have one side to clip into but for your tt bike no worries really. Very sleak all round. The cleat plate is shallower too and lighter with smaller bolts. Very good development especially now new cleat colours are out. Why yellow on the standard one? I guess it gets noticed but once under your feet all is good!
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