Speedplay Zero Ti Pedals

4.31/5 (13 Reviews)
MSRP : $334.99


Product Description

The Speedplay Zero Pedal System allows you to choose either a fixed position or up to 15 degrees of float. Zero pedals maintain the traditional feel of a fixed system while incorporating all the well-known advantages of Speedplay X Pedal Systems. Dual-sided Zero pedals offer light weight, easy engagement and disengagement, a low 11.5mm stack height and superior cornering clearance. The engagement mechanism does not rely on spring tension for retention, so you don't have to crank down a tension adjuster just to prevent inadvertent release. Best of all, you can choose either a fixed position or a microadjustable 15 degrees of float.The Zero Ti weighs in at 164g per pair and has an amazing cornering clearance of 39 degrees. Available in numerous colors and they come with cleats (and mounting hardware) compatible with virtually every road shoe in the marketplace.Please note that due to their Ti spindles, Speedplay recommends use of the Zero Titanium pedals for riders 185lbs and lighter.Please Note: Due to manufacturer restrictions, we are unable to ship Speedplay products outside the United States.


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Overall Rating:2
Value Rating:2
Submitted by Dan Gerous a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: February 22, 2011

Strengths:    Free float is the best, light, solid foot hold. FREE FLOAT!

Weaknesses:    Bearings need constant re-greasing or they will seize after a few rides. The cleats pick dirt easily so if you stop on the side of the road, make sure you stay on clean pavement, a bit dangerous if you stop on a road with fast traffic and no shoulder...

Bottom Line:   
Perform great but the bearings and cleat require lots of maintenance.

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Favorite Ride:   Tourmalet

Similar Products Used:   Time I-clic, SPD's, Time ATAC, Eggbeaters, Candies...

Bike Setup:   Cannondale SuperSix, SRAM Red...


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

Date Reviewed: December 31, 2008

Strengths:    Durability (no maintenance or replacements after 7000km), easy in/out, holds when cycling.

Weaknesses:    Entrance is less easy with a dirty cleat and walking with these cleats is poor.

Bottom Line:   
For me the most important for pedals is that it holds when it is required and easy in/out. After using time impact s for a while, I switched to speedplay and it's excellent: after 1 year it is has never failed me during a sprint or whatever while getting in/out is (still) easy. Compared with time, speedplay holds it qualities while time gets less rigid. Only minor is entrance when the cleat is dirty.

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Favorite Ride:   racing

Price Paid:    $300.00

Similar Products Used:   SPD, Time Impact s

Bike Setup:   cervelo r3sl
sram red
lightweights
speedplay zero Ti


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

Date Reviewed: November 10, 2006

Strengths:    Stiff.
Dual-sided entry.
Cool looking.
Light weight.
Speedplay. What more do I need to say?


Weaknesses:    If you want to use them in cyclocross, don't. The cleats will get clogged. Just stay on the pavement.

Bottom Line:   
Wow. And I thought my Speedplay X2/X5s rocked. These pedals give you everything. They look cool. The are light. They truly let you put all the power into the crank. The adjustment screws really help you dial in how much float you want. Easy. I can ride on my trainer and change my float with a screw driver.

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Favorite Ride:   Anywhere without stop lights

Purchased At:   SBR Sports (sbrtri.c

Similar Products Used:   Speedplay X2, X5.

Bike Setup:   SRAM Rival
Shimano DA 10


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

Date Reviewed: August 2, 2006

Strengths:    Float adjustment, low profile, lots of room for cleat positioning, easy exit, easy entry when it works

Weaknesses:    Pricey and weight not as low as it appears due to heavy cleat, occasional entry problems, cleat easily gunked up with mud or debris

Bottom Line:   
The float adjustment and double-sided entry are great, as is the light weight. I do have trouble entering about 25% of the time - sometimes the geometry between the cleat and pedal just doesn't seem to align. I've tried lube and loosening the cleat but no help. When entry works it's like butter and exit is never a problem.

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Favorite Ride:   Windward Oahu

Price Paid:    $250.00

Purchased At:   Competitive Cyclist

Similar Products Used:   Look, SPD

Bike Setup:   Pinarello Prince SL, Campy Record


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

Date Reviewed: July 26, 2005

Strengths:    the weight

Weaknesses:    the price of the cleats but they last for ages

Bottom Line:   
never had a problem with speedplays ive got three pairs . a pair of frogs and two pairs of zeros one ti the other cromoly easy to get into and easy to get out of

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Favorite Ride:   storck0.9

Price Paid:    $200.00

Purchased At:   j.e.james

Similar Products Used:   shimano dura ace and egg beaters

Bike Setup:   storck0.9 with dura ace tuned with btp and srp ax carbon saddle use seatpost am classic 350 sprints about 13 pounds



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Keo Blade VS SP Zero Ti VS iClic Titan VS Dura-Ace PD-7900

So Basically I'm looking for a great pedal that satisfies these categories the best Ranked 1-4, 1 being most important 1. Quality (bearing smoothness, doesn't crack break from abuse, etc.) 2. Bling ("o sht you got those pedals!") 3. Feel/function (clipping in and out, power in hammering and cl ... Read More »

Speedplay Zero Ti. vs. Stainless

Question for the speedplay users out there. I was considering switching from shimano spd-sl to help out my knees and am really liking the speedplay zero pedals, but can't decide between the titanium or stainless steel version. I understand that the titanium is lighter, but does that mean that ... Read More »

Spam: Zero Gravity Ti Brakes

If anyone would care, I would guess this group would: [url]http://classifieds.roadbikereview.com/showproduct.php?product=3257&cat=[/url] Ad paid for, and posting flagged as spam.Read More »

Speedplay zero's spindle lengths, ti vs ss

I'm considering switching to speedplay zero's and noticed there is a difference in cornering angles between the ti and stainless models. I figure that the length of spindles are different. Would I notice a difference if I used the ti on one bike and the stainless on another? or should I just simp ... Read More »

Wow, these Zero Gravity 0G-05 Ti's really are zero gravity!

Just delivered by UPS to my office. My co-workers were even like, "Wow, how is that possible?" I was expecting them to be light, but this is like featherweight. Hope they perform as great as they look/weigh.Read More »

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