Rally Pedal Conversion Kit
Bring power to every ride, on- or off-road. If you already own a compatible Garmin pedal-based power meter (Rally RS, Rally RK, Rally XC, or Vector™ 3), use this conversion kit to easily swap your power sensor to new pedal bodies for use on another bike. This kit contains all the components you need to make the switch.
Watch the tutorial video on this page, for a detailed walk-through of how to swap your power sensor to new pedal bodies.
NOTE: This product contains pedal bodies only, spindles and electronics are not included.
In the box:
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Rally RS Conversion Kit (SPD-SL)
Mfg PartNum: 010-12900-01
Rally RK Conversion Kit (Look KEO)
Mfg PartNum: 010-12900-00
Rally XC Conversion Kit (SPD)
Mfg PartNum: 010-12900-02
Mfg Warranty: 12 Mo. Parts & Labor
Have a set of XC for the gravel bike that work quite well. This seemed like a good idea to replace others if the process wasn't too complicated. It's just the battery cap, two screws (they even give you the screwdriver bit number), a 12mm deep reach socket (thin walled, which means not a cheap Harbor Freight one) and they tell you which way to turn it. And some Bike grease. If it takes you a half hour you did a REALLY god job. These are about 6 grams ea. less than the XC. I was delighted BTD had it $50 less than anyone else. BTW, I've had no issues with these like Garmin's in the past with the Vector's.
I purchased some Vector 3 Garmin pedals a couple of years ago for my road bike. The last few years I have concentrated on MTB and Gravel and haven't ridden my road bike at all. I discovered these Rally conversions and jumped right on it. The conversion labor is simple, about 30 minutes tops and I now have a second pair of Rally 200's. I now have them on my hardtail MTB, and my Gravel bike. Both perform the same and as far as I'm concerned they are a must have.
It was with hesitation that I purchased the Rally XC Pedal Body conversion kit to migrate my road power meter pedals to my gravel and mountain bikes. For gravel and mountain biking I have been a lifetime user of Speedplay Frog pedals (now discontinued). But after several knee surgerys I appreciated the unencumbered float and secure release/retention that these pedals offer. I have used Shimano SPD off-road pedals many times before, they perform well, but did not compare to the extra float found in the Frog pedals. With this in mind I purchased the Garmin Rally XC conversion kit and the Shimano SH56 SPD Cleats. These cleats offer 6 degrees of float compared to the 4.5 degrees of the standard Garmin cleats. It sounds like a small amount but made a world of difference allowing greater freedom of rotation, reducing the stress on my knees. The combination works extremely well and best of all I now have power meter data for my gravel and mountain bikes. I could not be happier!
Love that you can finally have 1 power meter that is usable off and on road.
5 stars for the product. 3 for the documentation, which said that one bolt should be tightened to 10Nm. This was very hard to do and when I called Garmin they said, 'yeah, we made up that torque value.'
Garmin ended up sending me new pedal spindles, so all good.
I've been waiting for Vector 3 power on the SPD-SL platform. I had converted my vector 2 pedals to Shimano pedal bodies with the Garmin kit and some Shimano pedals. Once I upgraded to Vector 3 it was back to the KEO platform which I don't like. This is a pretty easy install and only took about 30 minutes to complete. The Rally pedal bodies have metal threads vs the plastic threads on the Vector 3 pedals. I plan on buying a set of the xc pedals for my cross bike. It's easy enough to change them as needed for the cross season.
Reasonably straightforward to swap over, and a good fit with Shimano cleats (although, not as precisely snug as original Shimano pedals). You'll need a 22mm socket that's slim enough to fit inside the pedals - a Tekton brand one worked for me (SHD22122).
I had initially purchased the Garmin Rally XC200 pedals and were very pleased with them. So I purchased the conversion kit. The process of converting is easy and straightforward. I had been using Powertap P1 pedals and like the Garmin's a lot more.