Look KEO Classic 3 Road Pedals
The Classic Road Pedals from Look are easy to use thanks to adjustable cleats that allow you to determine the tension and easily clip in and out whenever you need. Featuring a large contact surface for steady pedalling, you will be outperforming on the tarmac in no time. Adding stability, these Classic 3 Pedals have CrMo (Chromoly) spindles with miniature ball bearings and needle cartridge bearings. Look also used a new method for attaching the spindle to the pedal body, further enhancing the durability of these pedals.
The composite body is stiff and lightweight, weighing an impressive 348g per pair (with cleats and screws). The pedals come complete with Look's Kéo grip cleats and the pedals can be adjusted to offer between 8° and 12° of float. Angular movement is dependent on cleat colour, with the grey cleats that are included with these pedals providing 4.5° of float.
- Usage: Beginner to advanced
- Body: Composite
- Axle material: CrMo
- Threading: 9/16 x 20mm
- Bearings: 1 ball bearing, 1 needle bearing cartridge
- Pedal Stack Height: 15.7mm
- Distance Pedal Spindle/Crank Arm: 53mm
- Contact Surface Area: 400mm²
- Float: 8 to 12 adjustable spring
- Cleats: Kéo grip cleats
- Angular Movement: 0°, 4.5° or 9° according to the cleat colour (black, grey, red)
- Accessories: A pair of grey Kéo grip cleats + screws
- Manufacturers Guarantee: 2 years
Weight: 140g (348g per pair with cleats and screws)
CrMo Spindle for more Reliability: The Kéo Classic 3 spindle is made up of an oversized steel axle with miniature ball bearings (12mm inside x 18mm outside) and a needle bearing cartridge for improved wear resistance. A spacer is used to hold the needle bearing cartridge in place.
A new method of fitting the spindle into the pedal body also ensures the prolonged reliability of Look's pedals. Their spindles are only approved after a rotational test of 2 million cycles at 100tr/min with a load of 90kg on the centre of the pedal and an eccentric rotation (creating a shock on each rotation). This test is far more gruelling compared to the current industry standard EN14781.