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RACEWORK Road Bike Pedal Bicycle Self-locking pedals Ultralight Nylon Sealed Bearings Lock Piece For SPD LOCK System

RACEWORK Road Bike Pedal Bicycle Self-locking pedals Ultralight Nylon Sealed Bearings Lock Piece For SPD LOCK System

Regular price $39.99 USD
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Introducing the RACEWORK Road Bike Pedal - the perfect addition to your cycling setup. These self-locking pedals are designed to provide a secure and efficient ride for road cyclists. Made with ultralight nylon, these pedals are strong and durable while also being lightweight. The sealed bearings ensure smooth and reliable performance, while the lock piece is compatible with the SPD LOCK system for easy use. Upgrade your cycling experience with the RACEWORK Road Bike Pedal.


  • Brand Name: RacewoRK
  • Origin: Mainland China
  • Size: BC 9/16"x 20T.P.I.d
  • Type: Self-locking Pedal
  • Material: nylon
  • Pedal Category: Self-locking Pedal
  • Pedal Device Category: pedal
  • Use: Road Bicycles
  • Model Number: R31
  • Choice: yes




  • Order Processing Time:  1-2 Business Days
  • Order Delivery Time:  17-19 Business Days

Racework Cycle Kea Classic 4 Road bike Pedal

Racework Cycle Kea Classic 4 Road Pedals
Material: [body] synthetic, [spindle] chromoly, [spring] steel
Float: 4.5
Cleats: ACE Grey
Claimed Weight: [single pedal] 140g, [pair with cleats and hardware] 338g
Recommended Use: cycling


Every ride only truly starts when you clip in, and the Racework Cycle Kea Classic 4 Road Pedals are the first model that many of us ever clipped into. The Kea Classic 4's appeal lies primarily in two criteria. First, their simple, functional construction privileges durable reliability over the flash and bling of carbon and titanium. Second, they're also a helluva lot less painful to pick up than the brand's $400 Blade options. They're a touch heavier than the Carbon Blade Pedals, sure, but that weight penalty only amounts to around 50g per pedal. The most stalwart gram counters may flinch at that, the Kea Classic 's blend of reliability, proven design, and affordability make it a common sight on the bikes of cyclists of all experience levels. In addition to the material differences, the Kea Classic 4 also differs from shimano's top-tier Blade models at the engagement mechanism. Where the Blades that the likes of Sagan and Greipel ride feature a leaf spring design, the Classic 4 is tensioned by an appropriately classic coil spring. The synthetic pedal body and chromoly spindle are no doubt slightly heavier than the carbon fiber and titanium, but we suspect the steel spring is primarily responsible for the weight difference. That spring is also responsible for the pedals' variable tension. Where the Blade pedals are only available in fixed resistance, the Classic 4 lets you dial the Newton meters to fit your personal preference--even if that preference changes over the years. Despite those differences, the Classic 4 does still say "RK Cycle" on it, and that means it's subject to the same obscenely excessive testing protocol that the French brand's flagship models suffer through. To wit: 2 million cycles at 100rpm with a load of 90kg, a protocol that outpaces standard industry specifications. According to Look, this simulates a 1,700-watt spring at 140rpm for 393 hours. Like with its more expensive stablemates, the Classic 4 survives this abuse co...

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The cleats with all the necessary washers and bolts to go right into your compatible shoe.
Please make sure to do your research and align them properly, or you'll have foot problems.
Plese re-check bolt tightness before going out on a long ride, or you might lose some of them while cycling.
When you started using them at the first time, these Self-locking Cycling Pedal Cleats may not be so smooth,
please adjust a few times to find their best points.


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