Upgrading to clip-less road bike pedals can improve every aspect of your road cycling, from hill climbing to riding corners. Learn how to choose road pedals in this free bicycle accessories video guide.
All right, it's Jeff here, talking about road bike pedals. If you do not use clipless pedals currently, this again can be one area that will help almost every aspect of your road riding, from cornering to hill climbing to descending. Remember, it's not just about the pedaling power; it's also about control of the bike and being connected to the bike. How we're doing that is we're mounting a cleat onto the shoe and that cleat interfaces with the pedal and clips in, similar to a binding on a ski. This also helps feature it because it really allows for a safety feature if you were to crash, you will come out of this pedal, so it works very well from that aspect as well. You can get pedals from several different companies but the oldest out there would be this manufacturer look. This is one of their feature new pedals called the KeO. Very lightweight, looks very well, adjustable tension to it, and makes for a great upgrade to the bike.
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