Shimano's one above entry-level pedals put to the test
Garmin's dual-sided pedal-based power meter updates the original Garmin Vector
We've tested the Crankbrothers Eggbeater 2 pedals. They look the business, but just how well do they work in muddy conditions?
The Time Xpresso 6 pedals provide an alternative to the larger players, with lateral as well as angular float and easy engagement.
The Exustar E-PR2 pedals are compatible with Look Keo cleats and have really high quality bearings for what are not super-expensive clipless pedals.
The Look Keo 2 Max Blade pedals are an improvement on the already well-received Keo pedals, although the cleat wear isn't great so don't go walking around in them too
CW test the Time Xpresso 8 pedals £124.99
We test out the Shimano SPD-SL 105 clipless pedals
We test out the Speedplay Zero Cromoly clipless pedals
We test out the One23 RO-96B clipless pedals
We test out Wellgo clipless pedals
We test out the Ritchey PRO V4 Micro clipless pedals
We test out the Time RSX Speed clipless pedals
We test out the Look Keo Classic clipless pedals
Lightweight clipless pedal system with titanium spindles and carbon-fibre body, £149.99
New pedal system from Time, £149.99
Xpedo Thrust mag/Ti pedals - Impressively specified magnesium-bodied, titanium-axled clipless pedals for under £100
Look Keo Blade pedals - Range-topping pedal from Look uses carbon leaf rather than steel spring, £249.99
Look Keo 2 Max pedals: Is the latest version of Look's Keo a worthy update? We find out