One of the best performance, technically advanced pedal systems available. The performance features of the Speedplay Zero Pedal System read like a pro racer's wish list. No other pedal system comes close to offering the superior adjustability or cutting-edge performance features of the Zero. By thinking "outside the box", we created and patented the most technically advanced pedal system ever, featuring your choice of either a fixed position or up to 15 degrees of micro-adjustable float.
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It took a little getting used to the amount of free float, so I limited it after a couple of rides, and now I have almost completely open. My knees and ankles are finding their natural path in every pedal stroke and in turn, have not given me the usual pains. Approx 800km so far without a complaint. Maybe it is the axle bearings being better, but my cadence jumped up almost 10% from running the previous pedals. I was already spin ing at 88-90. I can't quite figure why this is. Previous pedals were higher end time mountain bike pedals with lots of float, but were bulkier and significantly heavier.
Good price but very sly shipping. 28 days from UK to Canada. As long as from China....
First off, the instructions are terrible no matter how you look at them. Best thing is to find a video describing the various parts. Once put together, the pedals are amazing. With the low stack height you can corner like crazy, though watch your cornering off-bike as the cleats make for a slippery walk. For me, being able to adjust the float range was a god send.
A little hard to clip in at first but great on the knees
Very positive engagement of cleat and pedal ,no accidental blowouts especially on the upstroke. The float is effortless allowing your feet to micro adjust during the pedal stroke. My knees say thanks after every ride as there is almost no discomfort since changing to these pedals. A big thumbs up for speed play pedals.
These pedals are unique, much better for my knee than LOOK pedals and also great to be able to add the for/aft adjustment mount.
A great pedal for the road racer due to infinite adjustability and super low stack height, you can be on the gas very early out of a corner. They are a more time consuming to set up than a standard pedal but well worth the effort.
I have upgraded to the stainless since trying the Chromoly and the Track version. These have been invaluable for commuting - esp as they are quick to release when you need it (in an emergency). Also perfect for long road rides and climbing - I feel like the power transfer has minimal wastage. I also like having a custom degree of float to preserve my knees.
Like the other Speedplay pedals, I don't need to look down - the double sided nature of these means that I can stomp down and get faster off the mark. They will need some time to break in, but not long. If you can afford to buy these right from the get-go, I'd highly recommend it.
I came to Zero pedals from X pedals. The X pedal has a position sensitive release mechanism - no adjustment, you get free if you turn your foot a long way. There were a couple of things I didn't like about X pedals, so I swapped to Zero when they were first released. Well the Zero does permit adjustable release position, but the release is so easy that trying to lock my foot into a zero float position always results in unwanted releases. My solution has been to run as much float as possible and then I never come out unexpectedly.
My other gripe with the Zero is this little plastic tab on the cleat always breaks off on mine after a few hundred km of riding.
But for nearly 10 years and 75000 km the Zero has served me well.