Tech FAQ

Q: Can I replace the bearings on my Keywin Pedal?

A: Yes, in fact every single part on a Keywin Pedal is replaceable and our pedals are 100% rebuildable.

Q: When should I replace the cleats on my Keywin Pedals?

A: Keywin cleats are very durable and are designed to last a long time. Once the cleat is worn to the point where it loses stability or is overly easy to release you should replace them. You can also consult your local bike shop.

Q: Are Keywin Carbon and Keywin CRM cleats compatible?

A: No. Only use Keywin Carbon cleats with Keywin Carbon pedals, and only use Keywin CRM cleats with Keywin CRM pedals.

Q: Can I replace bearings or other parts on my Keywin pedals by myself?

A: No. If you wish to replace bearings or any other part on your Keywin pedal take it to your local bike shop as improper reassembly will damage the pedal and void the warranty. Dealers have the proper tools and information to properly rebuild your pedal in very short order.

Q: Can I just use the Float Tension Adjustment to set the Keywin pedal to zero float?

A: No. The only way to properly change a the float in a Keywin pedal is to use the Zero inserts or Six Degree inserts.

Q: What lengths do Keywin axles come in?

A: 49mm, 52mm, 55mm, 58mm, 61mm, and 64mm. Keywin Titanium axles do not go up to the 64mm length.

Q: Do I need to service or grease the bearings in my Keywin Pedals?

A: No.

Q: Can I use the track adaptor in regular road riding?

A: Please don't. The track adaptor will not let you release from the pedal by simply twisting your heel out and is intended for riders racing on a velodrome only.