The Speedplay Zero Stainless Steel Track Special Pedals boast dual-sided entry, which allows you to simply step down and go. With a choice of micro-adjustable float or a fixed position, the pedals have three foot axis adjustments that can be set independently of one another, whilst the low stack height positions your foot closer to the top spindle for improved power transfer. Featuring a large, stable pedalling platform, the pedals give unbeatable cornering clearance and are designed to fit most shoes with a three or four hole mount. - L.M.
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Speedplay are my pedal of choice. I bought these and tried them. They were great for road, esp with the stiffer release. Have since stopped using them as I mostly commute these days and hence use the standard stainless steel pedals. But in all, these are great for sprinters. I agree with the previous review, they can still pop out if the float is reduced to 0. Still a great pedal system!
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I bought a pair of these for my track bike and liked the stiffer release so much that I put a pair on my road racing bike and my TT bike as well.
They offer all the traits of the standard Zero pedal - easy clip in with adjustable float. The cleats are the same, and if you use them too long the cleat spring snaps off in the same place every time whichever version of the pedal you are using (probably a good reason to follow the instructions on replacement intervals). Really the only difference is stiffer release and no colour choice.
They only get four stars because even with the stiff release I still pop out of them on the track bike if I try to lock my foot down to zero float.
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