With all that adjustability, it's important you know what you're doing. It's a bit fiddly to engage at first, but once you get used to it, there is a positive click in and out - so no mis-engagement.
Fiddlier to use than some rivals
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Offering a solid pedalling platform, there is no feeling of pressure being concentrated in one area.
Constructed using a plastic resin body makes this the second lightest on test (244g).
Despite having minimal lateral float, it also has angular float and even more adjustment, allowing you to modify how close your foot is to the crank arm, so you can really get a very personal set-up.
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