Time Speciale 12 enduro pedals launched

Longer, thinner profile designed to provide more stable platform

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Time Speciale 12 Enduro Pedals

The ATAC engagement set-up allows for easy clip in and positive, predictable release, and it self-cleans.

Time has been making mountain bike pedals for years if not decades. Who among us hasn’t spent at least some time on their ATAC set-up. Well, now they’re getting into the enduro game with the new Speciale 12.

Features include a new platform shape with a longer, thinner profile that’s designed to provide a more stable and comfortable platform. The thinner body profile also reduces weight as well as exposure to rock and root pedal strikes.

Time Speciale 12 Enduro Pedals

The new pedals are available in three colors, including this stealth gray.

Along with the wide platform, the pedals have adjustable pins for optimal grip, and a micro-adjustable clamping system. The ATAC engagement set-up (patented by Time) allows easy clip in and positive, predictable release, and it self-cleans. Each time you step into a Time ATAC pedal the lever clears out any debris, mud, dirt, or sand. The pedal body is constructed of 6106-T6 aluminum, which Time says is 20% more durable than other grades of aluminum.

Time Speciale 12 Enduro Pedals

The thinner profile is designed to provide a more stable and comfortable platform.

Like all of their pedals, the Speciale is made in France at the Time factory in Nevers. The new pedals are available in three colors (anodized red, blue, gray), feature a hollow steel spindle, and have a claimed weight of 202g per pedal. Price is $350.

To learn more spin over to www.time-sport.com.

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  • William Herringer says:

    Hopefully they are more durable than Time’s previous efforts at a beefy trail pedal. I had a pair of the MX 8 Carbons where the spring failed after a couple of pedal strikes. Time would not warranty the product and there was no way to rebuild it. I only got two months of use out of the MX 8′s. At $350 a pair it would be real bummer if these pedals have the same lack of durability and customer service support.

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