Bigger is better
The Keywin Carbon series pedals feature an unrivaled 3045mm2 platform in the cleat/pedal interface to ensure maximum power transfer. Here is how the competition stacks up:
|Speedplay||Look Keo Blade||Shimano|
(4 hole mounting)
Everybody get down, get down
At 14mm of total stack Keywin lets you step on it. Keeping the rider's foot close to the pedal provides maximum power and control.
|14mm||14.4mm||15.7mm||8.5mm before adding 3 hold adaptor|
No other pedal features tunable float resistance. Set your own float without spring resistance with the turn of a screw. Leg muscles should be used to power you forward instead of being used to control your stroke. Keywin pedals will improve your power and help you customize your pedaling comfort.
Gram for gram, the competition is off the back
The Keywin Carbon-Ti as a complete system (that's everything) comes in at just 200 grams.
|Speedplay Nanogram Zero||Time iClic Titan||Look Keo Blade Carbon||Shimano Dura-Ace Carbon|
(with 3 hole adaptor)
Solid as a rock
No other pedal offers the solidity of Keywin when it comes to pedal-cleat interface.
Some pedals, even when new, feature significant amounts of play in the pedal cleat interface. This robs power from the rider and causes lateral rocking in the knee joint, upsetting the potential for a clean pedal stroke.
It's an idea that is over 100 years old. We thought it could use an update.
Unlike any other pedal on the market, Keywin has six degrees of tunable radial float built right into the pedal. No more sloppy cleats floating every which way. Keywin has developed the most precise stable float ever, putting you a century ahead of the competition.
Most pedals on the market feature some kind of float, but when the cleat is allowed to pivot and also slide laterally, the natural float becomes restricted against the side of the pedal body. When the rider applies power to the pedals this action effectively fixes the cleat in one position.