Look's brand new Kéo 2 MAX pedal as used by the Tour 2009 winner Alberto Contador and countless others. New for this model is an increased contact surface area and steel wear plate.
At a mere 130g in composite the Kéo 2 MAX is one of the lightest pedals in its category. This has been achieved through the use of a carbon injection process (carbon model) allowing for weight reduction and improved durability.
Particular attention was focused on reliability and provided through features such as: a stainless steel cleat contact area, an oversized axle with dual seals, making this a pedal built to last. The new line of Kéo 2 MAX pedals maintains a low cleat contact height even with the use of a steel oversize axle. The pedal is built with two miniature ball bearings (12mm inner x 18mm outer diameters) and a needle roller bearing. LOOK axles are only approved once they have survived a million cycles at 100 revolutions per minute with a 90kg (198lbs) load at the centre of the pedal and an eccentric rotation (replicating a bump each revolution). This test largely surpasses current standards (reference NF EN 14781). Dual seals help to increase bearing longevity.
Thanks to 14mm of threads on the new LOOK axle, the Q-factor may be extended by 2mm with the use of specific washers available separately. Use of these specific washers results in a Q-factor of 55mm versus the original 53mm.
"Bigger platform and smoother float for Look's updated Kéo pedal..."
Look's ubiquitous Kéo road pedal receives a significant update in the new Kéo 2 MAX, with a wider composite body and co-moulded stainless steel upper plate that lends a more solid feel underfoot and less out-of-plane rocking compared to the original Kéo. When it comes for your mid-ride cafe stop, soft rubber pads on the front and back of the cleats help prevent embarrassing spills on slick floors.
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The pedals are nothing spectacular but are just solid pedals for a decent price.
These are great mid to high level pedals. They are light and strong. I use them both on the road and on the track.
I've bought this Look keo 2 max after a recommendation of my step brother. I'm very happy of my pedals it's very good product.
BOUGHT TWO PAIRS KÉO MAX COM TO REPLACE MY KÉO BLADE (CRACKED) FOR MY SINGLE SPEED BIKES
Pleased with these pedals having used a few look system pedals over the years. Can be a bit stiff to clip in, but once you are in they are smooth, clean, and transfer power well. White looks nice new, but scuffs up easily, next time I will get a darker colour.
Some people like pedal systems where you can clip in to either side, I agree this would be good thing which you don't get on these pedals.
These are a good 'pedal system' design, but with a cheap thermoplastic resin body they flex too much and develop slop very quickly. The design is not one for longevity. but a good entry point to try the 'system...before shelling out on the more expensive blade series. This is the entry level for mine (despite the Keo sprint etc...) the Blade is for those putting some serious kms in
nice lightweight reliable pedals at a good price although it took some getting used to because it makes two noises when you try to clip in and I sometimes did not wait for the louder click and my feet came out but is easy to get used to