I could feel that I was a bit more “connected” to the bike, if that makes any sense. You cannot roll your foot laterally without pressing the pedal platform whereas on an SPD pedal, there is some free movement there. The cleat had some float, so this felt similar to the SPD’s I was so used to, but in terms of control laterally, the Cyclo 6 was a more secure feeling pedal.
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TIME saw a need for not just gravel/adventure riders here, but for cyclo-tourists as well. Citing the typical need of these riders to use MTB shoes and pedals which are not as efficient on roads, the engineers at TIME decided that there are enough folks riding gravel, adventuring, and cyclo-touring now that a dedicated pedal for these disciplines is now a reality.
I began using Expresso Time road pedals with that ICLIC system and the unique carbon blade about three years ago. I had not much experience with other systems, coming from a set of Ritchey road pedals that I finally wore out. I enjoyed the ease of entry with the Time pedals and the way they stayed ‘open’ upon exit so you do not have to overcome spring tension to enter the pedal.
Editor’s Note: This is the last pedal to be introduced in the Round-Up series which Grannygear is producing for Riding Gravel. There will be a follow up on this specific pedal and a final word on the Round-Up to come. Now let’s see the last contender is and what Grannygear has to say about it. […]
Editor’s Note: Grannygear returns with his second set of pedals in the Round-Up series from Ritchey. Please check out his introduction to this series by clicking HERE. The Riding Gravel Pedal Round-Up: Ritchey WCS Pedals- by Grannygear Ritchey seems to think the WCS Micro Road is bang-on for the Gravel Bike set and just looking […]
Editor’s note: We welcome back Grannygear with his opening piece about pedals suitable for gravel/back road travels. While we understand that this isn’t a comprehensive look at all the choices out there or even all the types of pedals, we chose to focus mainly on what we know works really well for most people. In […]
<Back to News Home | Pedal iSSi Triple Clipless Pedals: Long Term Review- We received the Pedal iSSi Triple model a while back and told you we liked them HERE. Then we said we’d be thrashing them for the season and telling you how they held up, or not, later on. Well, we have certainly put […]
<Back to News Home | Fresh Gravel: Pedal iSSi is a new brand of clipless pedals introduced to the market in 2014 by the cycling distribution company, Quality Bicycle Products in Bloomington, Minnesota. Featuring a familiar look, the pedals originally were produced with their own specific cleat. However; new for 2015, the iSSi Triple and Trail […]