The Look Keo Blade 2 feature a new carbon blade placed at the heart of the pedal. Quick and secure cleat entry and release is possible thanks to the blade. Maximum power transfer can be achieved with the new pedalling surface and stack height. The pedals also provide great support thanks to the permanent cleat-stop contact whatever the pedalling angle.
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Upgraded from KÉO BLADE 16 Nm to KÉO BLADE ll 20 Nm. Seems lighter and easyer to clip and unclip The feel great
Very good pedals overall. I have a pair of the original blades and these have a slightly bigger platform for more comfort on long rides. I had the "red" blade and switched to the "yellow" blade for these pedals and it is much easier to release while still preventing inadvertent releases. The only fault is that the pedals do not freely rotate when not attached to the foot. This has resulted in a longer learning curve to enable clicking in without looking at the pedal. For this reason, I would not recommend them for anybody using clipless pedals for the first time.
I've only been on a few rides with the new pedals. I upgraded from Look's bottom-of-the-line Keo Easy. I got the mid-tension model (16NM) and I love the positive feel when stepping in and out of these pedals. Also, when riding, I feel I have a great connection with the pedal and through to the drive-train. However, I recently had a very innocuous crash, as I mounted a driveway at low speed, but too shallow of an angle. I fell over and the pedal, handlebars, and seat all contacted the ground while there was still a bit of forward motion. The bit of carbon on the outboard end of the pedal that supports the metal contact plate was abraded away, which caused the metal on the contact patch to pop off. While I was able to pop the metal skin back in place, it is now overhanging the pedal because of the bit of missing carbon. I was surprised that a relatively minor incident like this would cause this kind of damage to the pedal. I'm not sure if the metal skin will stay reliably in place. I would have given these pedals 5 stars prior to seeing what appears to me to be a design weakness.