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Time RXS First Pedals

Time RXS First pedals are defiantly not to be taken lightly. Packed with performance features these pedals make sure you perform as well.

Time RXS First Pedals Features:

  • Sensor - allows you to personalize your pedaling sensation or “feeling“ within the ±5° angular float.
  • Q-Factor - The lateral distance between the pedals attachment points on a crankset.
  • Bioposition - The distance between the pedal axle and the sole platform is as small as possible to have a better rocking torque.

Time RXS First Pedals Specifications:

  • Steel axle
  • Composite body
  • Galvanized engagement arch
  • Sensor - regulation of angular sensations (2 settings)
  • Q-Factor - setting of lateral foot position
  • Angular Float ±5°
  • Lateral Float - 2.5 mm
  • Release Float - 15°
  • Weight - 260g per pair

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  • Colour: Grey
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great pedals Great set of pedals, absolutely love them. Only problem can be finding cleats because I can only seem to find them online and they go out of stock everywhere fast. 18 May 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Wouldn't buy again Had a pair a couple of years. The body is plastic and half the nose has broken off though normal use. The bearings are clogged up and quite stiff – I've never had that problem with other pedals. What makes it worse is you need a special tool to get to the bearings. The redeeming feature is the cleats which are really grippy when walking. 22 January 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Continues to out perform i-clic These pedals are now fantastic and you can ignore the review regarding the snapping body this only applies to the old version that I used to own. The newer model (at least the past 18-24 months) has been redesigned and is re-enforced in the area that it used to snap. The reason these out perform the i-clic and the i-clic 2 is in the the way your foot is held in the pedal. This pedal is pretty much identical to the original time pedals that came out 25 years ago in that the clamping surfaces are indestructible metal. As a result the foot that is released all the time when you stop at junctions etc never wears. You will note on the i-clic model that it is now the actual body of the pedal that clamps your foot in and unfortunately this wears extremely quickly and your foot feels very loose in the pedal and actually starts to rattle. This is very disconcerting when riding and needs little in the way of a twist to unclip. Yes the RXS model are harder to get into than LOOK for example but for seasoned time users and after getting used to them they are simple and the feel once your foot is in them is second to none. LOOK pedals always felt as though they were grabbing my foot and creaked like crazy, these feel as though my foot is just resting on a platform and the cleats are silent in use for even me and I tend to wrestle with my pedals quite a lot when my feet are in. What I also found about the i-clic is that many times I just couldn't get my foot in correctly and the fastening mechanism, that snaps like a mouse-trap, has grabbed the cleat in the wrong place so you have to unclip and try again. It was so unnatural and even if my foot approached the pedal the same way one time it would engage perfectly another time it would be a faulty clip in. The fact Time still make this pedal alongside the i-clic is a testament to the fact that so many people still obviously prefer the pedal over the i-clic and hopefully my review helps others who may have been otherwise put off or duped into thinking that newer must mean better. 28 December 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by I don't recommend These pedals have been the worst I have tried uptil now. From the beginning I noticed much play in the bearings. When I walked with shoeclamps on my shoes, I found it difficult to click in my pedals afterwards 'cause the clamps were inflected. 08 September 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent pedals If you like clipless pedals you will love these! Very easy to clip in or out of the pedals. The retention side is heavier and so the pedals are always in the correct position to clip in. Very useful if you are cycling in roads with a lot of traffic lights or if you are a beginner. More expensive models do not have this important feature! You can adjust the left/right float and you also have a horizontal offset setting. You don't need a lot of power to clip out which is very important for safety. No accidental clip outs as well because the clip out angle is 15 degrees. Very lightweight. These are made by the people who invented clip-less! Its no mistake that they are so good. Very difficult to find anything better especially at that price. 05 December 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good low profile. Bit tricky to get into. A good low profile pedal - you can really feel the difference of this. Bit tricky to get into, but once you are going the solid hold, plus suitbly free float is excellent. A winner. 08 April 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very light and very durable I have three sets of these pedals now and I use them every day. For the price they are very very light and never give any trouble. I race and train with these and would highly recommend them. 08 April 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bought a pair of these pedals from CRC a month ago. They are fantastic at this price range, very easy to click in & out. 26 March 2010
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