Time Xpro 15 pedals review

The ultimate expression of pedal technology has a cost, is it worth it?

Time Xpro 15 Pedal
(Image credit: Josh Ross)
Cycling Weekly Verdict

Whilst they may be light, aero and offer an exceptional clipping in feel, it's hard to ignore the fact that the Time Xpro 15 pedals are extremely expensive. It really isn't necessary to spend this much. However, riders who want 'the best' in everything will absolutely enjoy these. For everyone else, who might like the idea of what Time is offering but want a lower price point, check out the Time Xpro 10 and I don't think you'll be disappointed.

Reasons to buy
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    Positive Clip In

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    Large Platform

Reasons to avoid
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If at any point while on a bike a rider is focusing on the pedals there's a problem. But what if, like the Time Xpro 15, they are one of the lightest, most expensive, sets of pedals on the market? Is the effect noticeable enough to justify the cost? 

We can't tell you that a nearly $600/£500 pedal is "worth it" in terms of cost vs reward, but only "the best" will do for some riders - and in that case these pedals might just be for them.

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Josh hails from the Pacific Northwest of the United States but would prefer riding through the desert than the rain. He will happily talk for hours about the minutia of cycling tech but also has an understanding that most people just want things to work. He is a road cyclist at heart and doesn't care much if those roads are paved, dirt, or digital. Although he rarely races, if you ask him to ride from sunrise to sunset the answer will be yes. 

Height: 5'9" Weight: 137 lb. 

Rides: Orbea Orca Aero, Cannondale Topstone Lefty, Cannondale CAAD9, Trek Checkpoint, Priority Continuum Onyx