Time Xpresso 10 Carbon Pedals
Time Xpresso 8 Carbon PedalsTime Xpresso 10 Carbon Pedals
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Time Xpresso 10 Carbon Pedals
  • Automatic pre-opening of engagement mechanism
  • Hollow steel axle and carbon body with flexible carbon blade
  • Oversized pedal platform 700 mm2 with interchangeable stainless steel plate
  • SENSOR Adjustment of angular sensations, or “feel”
  • Q-Factor adjustment — setting of lateral foot position
  • BIOPOSITION Concept — minimal distance sole to pedal axle (14.4mm)
  • Angular float (+/-5°) and lateral float (2.5 mm)
  • Release angle: 15°
  • Weight: 195 g/pair – Previous model iClic2 Racer: 255 g/pair. Saves 60g.
  • Supplied as a pair
  • Includes cleats
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Recently switched from Speedplays to these TIme Xpresso 10's. I had no trouble installing them or getting used to them on the bike. Cannot wait to see how many miles these will rack up! Pros: Look very good on the bike, lightweight. Cons: The tension adjustment for release is a little difficult to feel a large difference in, but doesn't hinder performance at all. Just takes some trial and error to dial in.
Quite enjoyable pedal. I have transitioned from the original 1987 Time Equipe Magnesium pedal to this. The iClick system is really that: just put the foot on the pedal plate a small click lets you know you're off to the races. As with other reviewers, I have found that the pedal does not (yet?) place itself in position, but of course a bit of practice makes it easy to use beacause clicking in is so easy. I feel confident in putting full power on the pedals and not getting untidy. Did not unclip even under hard effort, on the contrary. I feel that all the juice I can muster gets right to the bike. Nice float, but will need a bit of wearing in to be fluid, even with factory (lowest resistance) setting. I had the same thing with my old 1987 pedals. I have had the pedals 10 days and only 300km or so but am very happy . By the way, Merlin Cycles offered excellent service and quick despatch.
I purchased my first set of Xpresso 10 pedals from Merlin a couple of years ago. I have been delighted with them so have now decided to make the full switch by taking off the RXS pedals I had on my second bike and installing a second set of Xpresso 10 pedals also purchased from Merlin. The pedals are excellent, and the service from Merlin also.
I switched from Speedplay to these Time pedals as I wanted a bigger platform and less maintenance hassles. So glad I did! There is just as much float available as a Speedplay Zero, but far easier to keep the foot planted without having to dial in the float. I can definitely feel the larger footbed. Cleat engagement is relatively easy, somewhere between speedplay and look - I've had no issues with finding the pedals and engaging quickly. I cannot comment on the longevity of the cleats yet, but as they are 1/3 the price of speedplay cleats I am not worried about that anyway. For anyone wanting the knee-friendly float of Speedplay, but the hassle-free low maintenance of Look style pedals, these are definitely worth considering.
Very happy with these. I got them for my winter bike - mountain bike shoes equals warmer and drier for me. These pedals are kind to my knees and relatively lightweight.
Hands down the safest clipless pedal system for your knees. I've been riding on Time for over 20 years. I get about 5,000-7,000 miles per pair of Xpresso 10s, the issue with the current design is that the metal insert decks wear on these a little too easily and can get carved up. Hence my 4 stars. Never had a problem with release mechanism or spindles, and they are a nice lightweight pedal for the money.
Overall, I am very happy with the pedals. They have a large mounting surface that are easy to clip in and out of as well as feel very secure. The float took a bit to get used to however it is great with knees that need bit more wiggle room. This is my second set on a new bike. I would recommend.
Far a and away best pedals out there. Easy entry and very durable. Light too.
Love these pedals. Good platform. Easy to click in or out and very light. My only concern is the durability of the cleats. These get terrible reviews. Too early for me to tell.
My second set of Time Xpresso pedal. Time Xpresso provide me stressless pedaling.
This product is very light, and the appearance is good, too and likes it.
Great pedals. Really light. Engaging is easy and effortless. Free float feels great. Came in black, not red; which is great for my stealth looking bike. Also metal tin it came inside works great as a toolbox.
This is my third set of Xpresso's Great pedals!
I'm loving the new time Xpresso range and these did not disappoint. Very light, easy to clip into and a nice float without feeling sloppy.
Great pedals! Light, fast engagement, large platform, nice float, fairly low stack height.
Great pedals easy installation and functions flawlessly
Very light, good platform. Clipping in is very quiet so a bit disconcerting at first. Carbon spring is very clever.
Excellent pedals very easy to engage and the wider platform makes them very comfortable
2nd pair of Time Xpresso pedals. I have the 6 on my other bike. Great pedal. I go back with Time pedals from the early 90's.
Awesome pedals. Very positive click in feel. Wide platform. Best Time pedals yet.
Very light pedal. TIME will tell how it lasts. Good solid large platform. I moved from Looks and I had to adjust saddle aft to get to same position.
Great pedals,very easy to clip in and out. The best one I ever used!
Another great pedal from Time. Light with a good amount of float and the new cleat style is much less bulky than the old style. Highly recommended.
Time Pedals are probably the best road pedal out there, again they innovated their design with the new Xpresso My first impression of these pedals is fantastic looking and weight loss is unbelievable. Merlin always supply best priced goods and fast delivery. 5 Stars Merlin
Very pleased with the pedals, great support for the foot and fast for clipping in. Ordered the pedals in the morning and they arrived the following day
Long time user of Time pedals (Equipe Pro Mag and Racing as well as Carbon RXS) and these new Time Expresso 8 continue the quality and feel that I've come to expect from Time. Clicking in and out is very easy but once you're in, it's very secure. Cleats for the Xpresso/Carbon RXS are better to walk with than the older Equipe cleats, but not as flat as Look pedals, which would be my only complaint. I like the smallness of the pedals compared to Look/Shimano, but also like that it has a bigger platform vs. Speedplay/Eggbeaters, which I run on my cyclocross bike. Overall, a great pedal that works from training rides to club rides to local races.
I have tried spd sl, speedplay and look blades and for me these pedals are superior. Entry and release have very positive action , cleat walk-ability is excellent. Another pro is long cleat slots so you can position cleats far back if desired. There is a really neat Q factor adjustment too - in all very clever pedals with a very solid feel once engaged. The float feels very natural and the pedals feel very secure. I'm more than pleased and glad I've finally found the perfect pedal.
This is the second set I have purchased, one for each of my road bikes. I am very impressed and like the extra contact area very much, it is a noticeable difference in foot comfort when getting back off the bike at end of ride. I also like the mechanism for grabbing the cleat. Very positive and fast. In 15 years of riding and about 5 different types of pedal designs, this is easily the best I have ever used. Get them before they are sold out.
Great pedals, lightweight and easy go in and out. Great price from Merlin as always.
I have changed over from some RXS that I have been riding for a number of years. The RXS have been a solid, reliable performer - but I have immediately noticed with the Xpresso that the platform/contact area is larger (while on bike - feel is noticeable & nice). So the larger platform feels great, and the engagement mechanism is easier than with the RXS - but it was never really an issue for me to have to push down a little harder to engage.. I wonder about the durability of these pedals, only time will tell. Only downside so far is a pointy corner pertruding on the outside edge of the pedals - has a tendency to scratch whatever comes in contact..
I'm yet to try these but they look great (bonus points for the packaging).