For a more efficient and more comfortable pedal stroke, the K?o 2 MAX has a cleat contact surface area 12% larger than the K?o Carbon. To further improve the transfer of power and to longevity of the pedal, this surface area is made of stainless steel mol
Strengths: platform size, stiff, tight clip-in and out, great bearings
I bought these for my race bike and had a pair of Keo 2 Max regulars for my commuter and these are far and away better. I find they spin better on their bearings and the clip-in and out action is so much more tight. I know they can be adjusted but these just have a very definitive action, where the regular Keo 2 Max was a tad mushy for me. No issues with durability yet.
New, in box.
eBay has them for $134.95 including shipping
[url=http://www.ebay.com/itm/LOOK-KEO-2-MAX-2012-CARBON-road-bike-pedals-NEW-Cleats-/280799449165?pt=Cycling_Parts_Accessories&hash=item4160f3904d#ht_500wt_715]LOOK KEO 2 MAX 2012 CARBON road bike pedals NEW +Cleats | eBay[/url]
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