Otherwise, they feel very similar, with ample light float and a foot that's super-close to the axle.
Stiff clip-in action
Following last week's Tech Talk concerning Time's new pedal range, we thought we'd follow up with a word on how they perform.
Mike has been a regular (ab)user of Time pedals, so he seemed like the ideal person to give them a hammering, and thus far, all is good.
The cleat is the same on the previous I-clic pedals, so that made fitting simple.
Getting into the Xpressos wasn't quite as easy, as the pedal refuses to hang, suggesting substantially better bearing seals.
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