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Old 10-05-05, 07:48 PM   #1
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Time Z Control pedals

I was thinking about getting some clipless pedals... nothing against my crank bros 5050 pedals, but i suck goin' uphill for longer periods. anybody have experience with the time Z Control pedals? i mostly do trails and single-track here and there... once in a while urban jumping depending on how i feel. anybody know how strong these pedals are?
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I was thinking about getting some clipless pedals... nothing against my crank bros 5050 pedals, but i suck goin' uphill for longer periods. anybody have experience with the time Z Control pedals? i mostly do trails and single-track here and there... once in a while urban jumping depending on how i feel. anybody know how strong these pedals are?
I have a set on my rigid commuter They hold up quite well for curb hopping and stair riding for my 260 lb carcass
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Z-Controls - Very good mud shedding, easy in and out and can handle abuse. Very nice pedal.

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awesome, thanx to you both
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