Look Keo 2 Max

Look Keo 2 Max
  • Color: Black
  • Color: Black
$124.99
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From the company that pioneered clipless pedal technology comes the Tour de France-winning Keo 2 Max pedals. They feature lightweight composite bodies and wide platforms for excellent support, comfort and pedaling efficiency. Complementing the great feel is Look's low-profile design that places you closer to the axles for even more pedal power and a lower center of gravity for better cornering. There's also built-in float allowing your feet to self-adjust to the optimum position while you pedal, which protects your knees. Plus for smooth running and durability there are chromoly axles, three sets of sealed bearings plus stainless-steel contact plates. You also get adjustable release tension.

- Usage: Recreational to Competition
- Body: Composite
- Axle: Chromoly +
- Pedal Stack Height + Cleats: 17.3mm
- Contact Surface Area: 500 mm²
- Float: 8 or 12 adjustable spring
- Cleats: Kéo Grip Cleats
- Pedal Weight: 130 grams (328 grams per pair with cleats and screws)
- Pedals Thread 9/16-inch

Cycling shoe cleat location
SPD Cycling shoe cleat location

SPD/2-Bolt

SPD-SL/Look cycling shoe cleat location

Look/SPD-SL/3-Bolt

Speedplay cycling shoe cleat location

Speedplay/4-Bolt

SPD/2-Bolt Cleats are most commonly found on Mountain Bike shoes. Look/SPD-SL/3-Bolt Cleats are most commonly found on Road Bike shoes.

Cleats are sold separately or with pedals. Be sure your shoes feature the correct bolt pattern.

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN
Black 03611720140159 16079

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2.0

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0%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Lightweight 
  • Easy to Use 

Cons

  • Cheap Plastic Noise Bar 
  • Poor Quality 
  • Weak 

Best Uses

  • Road Bikes 
  • Long Rides 

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bring back the old pedals

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from potomac maryland

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

Cons

  • Cheap Plastic Noise Bar

Best Uses

Comments:

bought my 1st look pedals in 1987, 2nd in 2002, never had a single problems with them, but these new one are cheap n flimsy, way over priced. had to have them replaced after only 3 month use. revolution is great n gave me a new pair, hope these last longer . i put over 45,000 miles on the second pair still work perfect. i only bought new because i got new shoes n wanted to have new pedals, seems that the old cleats are hard to find, so i went with all new. if you race dont even take a chance, i just ride for fun n they wore out. so sad.

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not like the old ones

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from rockville maryland

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Easy to Use

Cons

  • Weak
  • Poor Quality

Best Uses

  • Long Rides
  • Road Bikes

Comments:

after using look pedals since 1987 witch i have only bought 2 sets, the last ones in 2002, i needed new shoes for my road bike. so i bought new pedals too, well these things have fallen apart in 3 months the spindel comes lose n makes noises.. return them for repair n now in less than 2 long rides, they need to be adjusted again. i new they where flimsy after i looked at their new design, the spring is on the out side n the spindel is thin, not like my old ones, with thicker housing n inclosed spring. they are a little heavier than the new ones but i have logged 45,000 miles n they still work fine. so sad. taking them back a gain to see if i can get my money back.

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