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Look Keo Sprint Pedals

3.7/5 (30 Reviews)
MSRP : $140.00


Product Description

  • Use: Competition, Sport riding
  • Weight: 250g/pair
  • Body Material: Polyamide Composite
  • Spindle Material: CrMo steel
  • Bearings: 1 Sealed Bearing, Needle Bearing
  • Adjustments: Spring tension, 9-15 Nm


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    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:1
    Value Rating:1
    Submitted by Mr__scott a Commuter

    Date Reviewed: April 30, 2011

    Strengths:    great clipping in and out. common parts

    Weaknesses:    kill the knees went to time pedals and cured knee pain problem

    Bottom Line:   
    liked the way they ride, killed my knees once I turned 50. went to time pedals and solved problem

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    Favorite Ride:   mountain pass

    Purchased At:   lbs

    Similar Products Used:   many models of look pedals over the past 30 years

    Bike Setup:   SCI carbon and trek aluminum


    Overall Rating:3
    Value Rating:3
    Submitted by giantdefy2 a Recreational Rider

    Date Reviewed: January 6, 2011

    Strengths:    Lightweight approx 70grams lighter than Shimano 105 pedals. Positive clip in and release. No squeaks ever. Cleats have good grip, no issues with wear, still looks close to original after a year of use.

    Weaknesses:    See my gripes in review.

    Bottom Line:   
    Descent pedal, lightweight, white pedal gets dirty easily due to matte finish. My biggest complaint with these pedals is that they hang at a bad angle. The tip of the pedal faces at the 10 o clock position, so when I try to clip in, I end up on the underside of the pedal every time. Pain in the rear when your at a traffic light. The other issue I have is that the cleat is not flush on the body of the pedal. shoe rocks side to side teetering on the center of the cleat. I have 1200 miles on mine, pedal has developed play in the bearing and when I spin it freely, it sounds rough, like a roulette table.

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    Price Paid:    $115.00

    Purchased At:   Ebay

    Similar Products Used:   Shimano 105 pedals, crankbrothers(all)

    Bike Setup:   2010 Specialized Tarmac, 2011 Lynskey Cooper


    Overall Rating:3
    Value Rating:4
    Submitted by smlanham a Recreational Rider

    Date Reviewed: September 16, 2010

    Strengths:    cheap and easy to use

    Weaknesses:    noisy

    Bottom Line:   
    Good pedals but I find them very noisy...either squeaking or creaking. I lube before every ride so that usually eliminates the squeaking but after only 2k miles I had a very persistent creaking that i thought was the BB...it was the pedals. I dismantled them and greased them and are quiet again. I guess it's not a big deal now that I know about it. I switched from speedplay X2 that I wore out.

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    Favorite Ride:   Hilly 100

    Price Paid:    $115.00

    Purchased At:   don't remember

    Similar Products Used:   old spd ( a long time ago)
    Speedplay X2


    Bike Setup:   2000 Lemond Chambrey w ultegra


    Overall Rating:4
    Value Rating:2
    Submitted by Jeff-Bob a Recreational Rider

    Date Reviewed: September 5, 2010

    Strengths:    Firm riding platform
    Spin freely
    Red matches my bike


    Weaknesses:    Cleats wear out quickly and are hard to walk in on hard surfaces. This drives up the long-term cost of the pedal.

    Bottom Line:   
    I like the way this pedal works while I'm riding. I use the 4.5 degree float cleats. They provides a firm platform for climbing and general riding. The bearings are smooth and trouble free. I have at least 5000k miles on them.

    They are trickier to clip into than an SPD style cleat but I've gotten used to them.

    My major issue with the pedals is the cleats. They wear out quickly because the plastic is soft. I do a lot of touring and have to walk in them. I go through at least 1 set a year, and at $20 a pop this drives the cost of the pedal up considerably. They are also slippery when walking on hard surfaces like in a store.

    I tried the newer version with the rubber traction strips on the bottom but have trashed the pair in less than 2 months. They are also harder to clip in to the pedal.

    They do make covers for them that work, but they are bulky/heavy and I'd rather use that room for arm and leg warmers while riding in the mountains.

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    Favorite Ride:   Golden Gate Canyon

    Price Paid:    $140.00

    Purchased At:   Wheat Ridge Cyclery

    Similar Products Used:   Shimano SPD

    Bike Setup:   Specialized Tarmac Expert
    HED Bastogne Wheelset


    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by kristian a Road Racer

    Date Reviewed: February 16, 2010

    Strengths:    Lifespan
    Smooth bearings
    Secure engagement
    Easy disengagement


    Weaknesses:    Logos have rubbed off, but I like it that way.

    Bottom Line:   
    I've had these same pedals since 2007. Logged in tens of thousands of kilometers on them. Engagement is still secure, and disengagement is still easy. Bearings are still silky smooth (as long as you get them overhauled once in awhile, then you'll be fine). Some of the logos have rubbed off long ago, but that's pretty normal with every pedal. No complaints. If ever I have to replace my pedals, I'm sticking with Look.

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    Favorite Ride:   anywhere

    Price Paid:    $95.00

    Purchased At:   Cycling Zone

    Similar Products Used:   Shimano Ultegra

    Bike Setup:   '07 Trek 2100
    SRAM Rival Groupset
    Reynolds Solitude Wheelset
    Continental GP 4000s tires



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    Look Keo sprint cleats

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    Look Keo 2 Max or Keo Sprint?

    Thinking of taking advantage of Looks' trade in program, and am wondering a couple things. I am I right in that the Max is the replacement for the Sprint? I've read some posts on squeaking pedals? Is this common for the Max? Is the Max a better pedal, or should I try to find some Sprints? T ... Read More »

    Question for you mechanics out there, about Look KEO Sprint pedals

    I have had a pair of KEO Sprint pedals for a few years, been on a couple different bikes, not sure how many miles, likely over 10,000. I am a big guy, 6'3" and 210-215 pounds (most of the time I am :)). When I hung the bike up tonight, I happened to grab a pedal, and it doesn't feel really smooth, ... Read More »

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