Speedplay Zero Stainless Steel Pedals
Speedplay Zero Stainless Steel Pedals Customer Reviews
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Does everything that could be asked of a road-specific pedal - 9/104
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
Performance and ease of use make these great.4
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.
Highly recommended double-sided clipless pedals with great cornering clearance. â€“ 4.5/54
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.