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Speedplay Zero Pave Stainless Road Cycling Pedals
The Zero Pave is Speedplay's minimalist, race-tuned design built specifically to handle the harsh and unpredictable conditions of the legendary European cobbled classics.
Based on Speedplay's popular Zero pedal technology, Pave pedals shave non-essential material to ensure entry and release in wet dirty environments.
Developed exclusively for Speedplay's professional cycling teams, Zero Pave pedals have been thoroughly tested and proven over the years with numerous victories in the world's toughest races including Paris-Roubaix, Tour of Flanders, Gent-Wevelgem and Strade Bianche.
“The American based company took the road pedal as we knew it, turned it on its head, and created something completely unique. All in all though, the newfound mud-clearing ability of the Zero Pave allows for a new world of off-piste riding – and should silence some of the Speedplay system’s critics. For Speedplay fanatics – and probably sceptics too – the Pave edition of the Zero does not disappoint.” - BikeRadar
  • Minimalist, skeletal pedal design for optimal functionality in extreme conditions. All non-essential body material has been shaved away for maximum clearance.
  • One needle bearing and two cartridge bearings per pedal
  • Heat-treated stainless steel body contruction for maximum strength and durability
  • Built-in grease-injection port for easy maintenance
  • Zero Pave System includes Zero edition Pave Cleats
  • All the features and benefits of Speedplay Zeros
  • Hand assembled at Speedplay in San Diego, California
I've ridden Speedplay Zero's for the past 3 seasons and logged over 33,000 km, and love the pedals, but over time, I've worn the outside of the plastic platform to the point where my foot rocks laterally on the pedal. While the price has discouraged me for some time, I finally decided to upgrade to the Pave to avoid the plastic body components-- they are all stainless steel on these, so I anticipate the wear problem will be a thing of the past-- or at least put off till 100,000 km's or so. So far, they are fantastically firm and stable, with all the rest of Speedplay's great features. I'll see if I can report back on durability of the pedal body in a couple of years ;-)