Speedplay Zero Pave Pedals
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Pros & ConsPros & Cons
- Easily clears dirt.
- More ground clearance, allowing you to take corners at extremer angles and improved aerodynamics.
- Extremely lightweight.
- Angle of disengagement can be adjusted 1 degree at a time to your own preferences.
- Clip in from two sides; missing your pedal is a thing of the past.
- Clipless system has been integrated into the cleats and wears out when you walk on them.
- Replacing the cleats is costly.
- Need to be greased regularly using the special Speedplay grease gun.
Cancellara won Paris-Roubaix with a beautiful solo back in 2016. His bike was equipped with the newest pedals: the Speedplay Zero Pave. Intended to be used by a selected group of professionals only, and not for the market. Until now.
The Speedplay Zero Pave is actually a Zero pedal without the plastic body. The used steel is extra strong for better durability. The open design is created to easily shed gravel and mud. During Paris-Roubaix it wouldn't be the firt time that was necessary. With regular pedals the cleats will get full with mud and clicking in will be impossible.
You can click in to the pedals on both sides, like with mountain bike pedals. The pedals are extra low so there is more play than with other pedals. This makes sure you can make sharper corners, and keep pedaling without the pedals touching the ground.
Speedplay uses 4-point attachment. Adapters are included so cleats fit all shoes with a standard 3-point attachment.