The 2012 Time iClic 2 Racer Pedals have dropped 35 grams over the 2011 model and have an updated wear plate. The wear plate on the iclic 2’s are made from stainless steel. This improves the smoothness of the float.
The iClic system is similar to that of a ski binding. It is a Time patented system that is open until you put your cleat into...read more
We love this new iClic system by Time. The iClic system works much like a ski binding in that the mechanism is open until you place the cleat into the pedal. After you unclick, a little trigger keeps the pedal in the open position until you are ready to click in again. Or rather, until you are ready to ‘iClic’ again.
The next generation of Time pedals is finally here and what is particularly fun is that the new lock in system is based on a mousetrap design. The iClic pedals use a new patented system that keeps the pedals open like a mousetrap so when you step in to them, they immediately close upon your cleats to give you a secure ride.
Time has successfully shaved off an additional 60 grams off their already lightweight iClic Carbon Pedal (235 grams) by using a hollow titanium axle.
With the exclusive, patented, only Time has it, iClic technology, these Carbon Ti pedals are easy to get in and out of. Just simply step on in and go. No excessive force is required to get out of them...read more
Sitting at the top of the iClic line, the Time iClic 2 Titan Carbon pedals weigh in at just 175 grams for the pair. They are one of the lightest set of pedals in the world. In fact, they weigh 15 grams less than the Look Keo Blade Carbon Titanium Pedals.
What sets the 2012 iClic 2 Titan Carbon Pedals apart from the 2011 ‘iClic’ models is...read more