Tear down trails with Time's ATAC XC 6 Pedals.
With a small body and composite construction these pedals keep things light (292 grams claimed) for fast times on the race course and fun on casual rides. Their light weight doesn't come at the cost of durability though, and a steel axle will take a great deal of abuse. As with other Time mountain bike pedals, the ATAC retention system is the star of the show though. Its impressive float provides comfort without sacrificing performance, a self cleaning design sheds mud and dirt, and the system will hold tight even during rough descents. The included cleats offer either 13° or 17° release angles depending on their mounting orientation.
The ATAC XC 6 Pedals come with pedals, cleats, and mounting hardware. Compatible with SPD style, two hole mountain bike shoes.
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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I use the ATACSs on my cyclocross and mountain bikes, and have one set of pedals that is still ok after seven seasons. BTD was running a great special on these pedals, so I bought a pair for travel and backup...Beyond durability, ATACs clear mud reasonably well, and I've never had any problems clipping in or out under any conditions. There might be cheaper options, but the durability and function of the ATACs makes them hard to beat, especially if you can get them on sale.
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