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Time releases XPRO aero and Speciale enduro pedals

ATAC and iClic engagement systems at heart of pedals

Time Xpro pedals

Two new pedals have joined the Time line-up in time for Christmas, the XPRO aero-road pedal and the enduro-focused Speciale. Both pedals utilize Time’s well-known engagement systems, iClic and ATAC respectively.

The XPRO comes in three models, the top-end 15 in white and black, the 12 in red and black and the 10 in black and grey. The flagship 15 (US$600) is 88g per pedal, with a hollow titanium spindle and CeramicSpeed bearings. The 12 (US$400) uses a titanium spindle for 94g per pedal, while the 10 (US$250) has a hollow stainless-steel spindle for a 113g pedal.

Time Xpro pedals
Time Xpro pedals (clockwise from the top): the Time Xpro 12, Time Xpro 10 and the flagship Time Xpro 15 at 88 g/pedal
Time’s ATAC system has been a much-lauded engagement for decades. The US$350 Speciale is built for long days on the mountain bike, with an ATAC base and a long, thin profile platform. The thin platform reduces weight (202g per pedal) and minimizes rock and root strikes. There’s only one model–the 12–right now, but it comes in three anodized colours.
Time Speciale 12 pedals
Time Speciale 12 pedal is designed for the enduro rider

Riders can learn more about the two new pedals first seen at Interbike here.