The Kéo Carbon Blade: Where innovation meets evolution The Kéo Blade is a mechanically revolutionary new pedal that changes the way clipless pedals feel and perform. The Kéo Blade was awarded the well know IF Design Award. The concept: a carbon leaf spring (blade) replaces the traditional wound wire cleat retention spring.
A more efficient and quicker clip-in clip-out sensation and more secure cleat retention
Two levels of cleat retention and security (tension 12 average and 16 firmer)
Very light: 115g with a Crmo axle
A more efficient pedal stroke due to the larger cleat contact surface and more wear resistant due to the stainless plate molded into the pedal body.
The KEO Carbon Blade has a 31% larger contact surface than the KEO Carbon
New axle system = extreme reliability
Double sealed oversized pedal axle makes this a durable and reliable product
Tested above and beyond industry standards
LOOK pedal axles are only approved for use after very rigorous shock and extreme use testing well beyond the EN14781 testing standards.
Ride the pedal Alberto Contador rides and benefit from the technology that wins the Tour de France.
Buy Look KEO Blade Carbon Clipless Road Pedals from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.
Rated 5 out of 5 by caioceara Produto Top
Um pedal muito leve, com uma pisada muito firme. diferente dos outros modelos.
encaixe firme e forte.
03 December 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Gareth56 wouldnt buy again
I weigh about 92kg, fair weather cyclist, 150 to 250 ks a week in good weather. After a year they broke, split along pivot line underneath the movable retainer. Makes me suspicious of all carbon pedals
29 October 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by edo80 Tutto ok
tutto ok, peccato solo per i tempi di consegna lunghi... ma visto la spedizione gratuita non si può di certo lamentarsi!!!
25 October 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Napyure Super light, and no problems yet.
One of the lightest pedals on the market, and at the current discounts, this is one of the better valued products as far as weight savings vs. cost
there is a ti axle version, but I couldn't justify the extra cost to save 40 grams
06 October 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by slydog Great pedals
I changed to these blade pedals after the carbon max pedals, these have better support on your feet. My brother changed to these also and found them much better.
My only complaint is one of the spring tensioners broke after 9 months of use.
I hope it will be covered under warranty as I have to put my old set back on.
Still great pedals though!
21 September 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Light, sturdy and decently priced
Light enough because of the carbon, cheap enough since not titanium.
Just a great set of pedals.
16nm version is not a problem in stepping in or out. I probably would have been a little anxious of the cleats disengaging if I had the the 12nm version.
Am a 75kg male with no extraordinary powers.
Would recommend to anyone.
17 May 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous Pedal disintegrated
I'm a great fan of Look pedals, owning a previous model without any problems for seven years. I bought a pair of these pedals, 16nm, last summer and they worked well. However on a training ride recently the left pedal completely fell apart, it sheared in two scattering pieces onto the road....I am not a heavy rider - 68kg - nor had I been riding excessive mileage so I was very surprised. Hopefully a one-off!
CRC have quickly agreed a refund.
11 March 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous sweet pedals
These pedals are light and comparatively cheap - well worth the investment. They have a super solid click in and have never come out, or threatened to come out. I'm a medium build all rounder doing the odd club race and challenging in the sprints and have been impressed with the security and feel.
I have the 16NM version and found it fine to clip in and out of, a firm twist with the ankle and out she comes.
They come with a set of grey 4.5 degree cleats too.
This is a product you can get excited about, you'll want to ride more with these bad boys on your cranks.
26 February 2013