Time Xpresso 4 Road Pedals
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Time Xpresso 4 Road Pedals
Code: T2GR008-X4
Time Xpresso 4 Road Pedals



  • Automatic pre-opening of engagement mechanism
  • Steel axle and composite 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 (13.5mm)
  • Angular float (+/-5°) and lateral float (2.5 mm)
  • Release angle: 15°
  • Cleats included
  • Weight: 224 g/pair
Mr TimlickVery good price and great pedals
TOMTime pedals are much lighter than my old Looks, easy to set up ideal amount of float
Mr AdrianAlso have the Xpresso 10 same quality slightly heavier
Mr hallQuality pedals for the money, light and well made . Easy to engage and clip out.
Mr McClainI was really impressed with their appearance. Looks better than previous versions. I’ve used every road pedal on the market and I always, without a doubt, migrate back to Time. For me they are the best!
DavidBest price I could find for these pedals. Very easy to clip in/out and the float is great for those of us with grumbling knees.
Mr NakamuraI like TIME pedals. Xpresso 4 is not the top of the line but it is good enough for me. Time pedals are ok when I ride with non cleat shoes too.
ShanAs a first time user, I felt an initial fear of the difficulty of clipping in and out. However, Time Xpresso 4 changed my perception totally. I had such ease clipping in and out of the pedal that I was able to do it after the first try (and fall). Awesome for first timers if you ask me!
iamkidzorSo far so good. They feel smooth and really compliant, compared to other road pedals I've used in the past. Still need more time to see how they behave. Really pleased with this product so far.
Mr FarnhillThese are great value pedals and I don't understand people's issues with them. If you duck walk (as we all used to in racing shoes with cleats) then cleats last for months. Sure, the bearings go eventually and aren't replaceable but I've never got round to servicing bearings on another famous brand beginning with S ; it's less faff just to buy new when they are so cheap. I do around 6000 miles per year on these in all weathers and the larger platform, plenty of knee friendly float and easy to engage 'open by default' mechanism are winners for me. One set seem to last around a year.