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Look Keo Classic 3 Black Road Pedals

Look Keo Classic 3 Black Road Pedals
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Brand: Look

Look Keo Classic 3 Black Road Pedals

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$55.47
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Discover the fun and the benefits of riding with the Kéo Classic 3 clipless pedal.

Simple to use, it is possible to adjustment the cleat entry/release tension to low for an easy clip out. Its large and wide contact surface provides excellent pedaling stability.

Specification

  • USAGE: Beginner to advanced
  • BODY: Composite
  • AXLE: Chromoly
  • THREADING: 9/16 X 20 mm
  • BEARINGS: 1 ball bearing, 1 needle bearing cartridge
  • PEDAL STACK HEIGHT: 15,7 mm
  • DISTANCE PEDAL SPINDLE / CRANK ARM: 53 mm
  • CONTACT SURFACE AREA: 400 mm²
  • FLOAT: 8 to 12 adjustable spring
  • CLEATS: Kéo Grip Cleats
  • ANGULAR MOVEMENT: 0 °, 4.5 ° or 9 ° according to the cleat color (Black, Grey, Red)
  • PEDAL WEIGHT: 140 gr (348 gr per pair with cleats and screws)
  • COLORS: Black
  • ACCESSORIES: A pair of Grey Kéo Grip cleats + screws
  • GUARANTY: 2 years

Technologies

CHROMOLY SPINDLE FOR MORE RELIABILITY

The Kéo Classic 3 spindle is made up of an oversized steel axle with miniature ball bearings (12 mm inside x 18 mm outside) and a needle bearing cartridge for improved wear resistance. A spacer is used to hold the needle bearing cartridge in place.

A new method of fitting the spindle into the pedal body also ensures the prolonged reliability of our pedals. LOOK spindles are only approved after a rotational test of 2 million cycles at 100tr/min with a load of 90kg on the center of the pedal and an eccentric rotation (creating a shock on each rotation).

LOOK spindles are only approved after a rotational test of 2 million cycles at 100tr/min with a load of 90kg on the center of the pedal and an eccentric rotation (creating a shock on each rotation). This test is far more grueling to the current industry standard, the EN14781.

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