Pedal power

by DaveP   March 3, 2010  

I 'need' clipless pedals on my urban bike for power on my commute. But, I also need flat pedals for when I just want to grab it and pootle down to the shops..

Has anyone tried the Time ATAC 'Z' platform pedals?

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i have, and the shimano equivalents, but to be honest none of them really work that well in flats. if you're looking for a pedal that's great with cleats and great without, look no further than the mighty Shimano PD-M324 and its many pretenders

http://road.cc/content/review/4272-shimano-pd-m324-flatspd-pedal

http://road.cc/node/3784

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posted by Dave Atkinson [7044 posts]
3rd March 2010 - 17:19

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dave_atkinson wrote:
i have, and the shimano equivalents, but to be honest none of them really work that well in flats. if you're looking for a pedal that's great with cleats and great without, look no further than the mighty Shimano PD-M324 and its many pretenders

http://road.cc/content/review/4272-shimano-pd-m324-flatspd-pedal

http://road.cc/node/3784

Yep I have the M324's for my commute/winter bike and they do the job and look okay.

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posted by TheHatter [808 posts]
3rd March 2010 - 22:10

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yeah they're not pretty but they genuinely do work better than the hybrid platforms Smile

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posted by Dave Atkinson [7044 posts]
4th March 2010 - 0:44

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Moving to Shimano would mean changing shoes/cleats as my other bikes all have Time ATAC pedals.. Not financially a good idea. Sad

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posted by DaveP [467 posts]
5th March 2010 - 11:10

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