This is the flagship pedal from Italian brand Miche, and an impressive design it is too. Our pair hit the scales at 266g – 342g including the cleats – which is lightweight although not quite super-light. You do, though, get a very large platform to spread the load and keep pressure to a minimum.
The body of the pedal is CNCed alloy, the axle is titanium and the fastening plate is carbon fibre. You control the locking/release force via an Allen bolt at the back and a little display tells you the level of tension.
Genetic's track pro are faithful copies of MKS’ high-end RX1 pedals approved by the Nihon Jitensha Shinkōkai (NJS), the Japanese Keirin association. Intended primarily for Velodrome duties, they may lack the NJS kudos but with low cage profiles and slick, sealed bearings they’ve broader horizons than track and wouldn’t look out of place on a classic 80’s road bike.
The M324 is a solidly built and dependable commuting pedal for riders who want to switch easily between cleats and flats. If you're a big mile commuter or tourer they won't disappoint, but there's much cheaper copies on offer for the leisure rider.
I have £18.50 sitting in my paypal account and need some pedals and cleats. What have you got sitting around that needs a new home? please email pics to tony dot pellowe at bingham dot com. Thanks
Double Sided, Excellent condition still with box and cleats 15/20 degree release action steel spindle version - Sensible offers accepted