One23 RO-96B review

One 23, Pedal test
Cycling Weekly Verdict

It's as easy to clip in to as the Keo but with a weight/smoothness trade-off.

Reasons to buy
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    Good performance

Reasons to avoid
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    Heavier than some

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Using the same casting as the Wellgo pedal, it's hard to visually tell the difference at first, but the One23 has a slightly better finish, and a swift turn of the axle lets you know that this is the more refined model.

It follows the same footprint as the Look Keo pedal system - a cheaper alternative, but in saving pounds, you add them to your ride.

This system is much heavier than the Keo Classic, at 328g.

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