Wahoo Speedplay Zero pedals

Wahoo licks the iconic lollipop pedal into shape – and makes a sweet job of it

Wahoo Speedplay Zero pedals Editor's Choice
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Cycling Weekly Verdict

Wahoo has done an impressive job of bringing the Speedplay platform into the 21st century while retaining its original appeal, and the Zeros showcase all of those improvements.

Reasons to buy
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    Low weight

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    Adjustable float

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    Dual-sided entry

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    Quality construction

Reasons to avoid
  • -

    Fiddly setup

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    Cleats must be kept clean

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The Wahoo Speedplay Zero pedals were relaunched as part of a pared-back, overhauled range in March following Wahoo’s acquisition of Speedplay in 2019.

Although the famous lollipop-shaped pedal always had a strong following, even the most devoted user would probably agree that it needed a refresh. Judging by the impressive performance of the new Zeros, Wahoo has given them exactly that, bringing the pedal fully into the 21st century and to a wider audience, too.

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Wahoo Speedplay ZeroHeader Cell - Column 1 Header Cell - Column 2
Weight 220g per pair (measured)Row 0 - Cell 2
Stack height11.5mmRow 1 - Cell 2
Q factor53mmRow 2 - Cell 2
Body materialGrivoryRow 3 - Cell 2
Spindle materialStainless steelRow 4 - Cell 2
Pedal floatadjustable 0-15°Row 5 - Cell 2
Contactuk.wahoofitness.comRow 6 - Cell 2

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