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Wider, lighter, shorter.

The Look Keo Blade 2 CR is the next in line to the Keo Blade 2 TI, and it benefits from all the innovations and technologies developed through the years for the Blade series. The Keo Blade 2 CR has been optimized for more power, more stability, and even better aerodynamics than its predecessor.

Look's Keo Blade 2 CR's design is based on the new wide Carbon blade, which gives you a 17% wider body for an ultra-stable platform for your feet. Even though the pedals are wide, the cornering clearance was actually increased due to the widening occurring at the topside of the pedals. To further increase efficiency, the Blade 2 features a reduced stack height by using an oversized chromoly spindle. This brings your cleat closer to the pedal, which minimizes power lost in the transfer from your feet to the drivetrain. The stack height of the Keo Blade 2 CR is 13mm. A permanent cleat-stop contact ensures the same contact no matter what angle your foot is pedaling.

At the heart of the Blade 2 pedals is the "blade." This piece of carbon in this innovative design was placed at the center or "heart" of the pedal. It has been fully integrated into the design. The blade's function is to flex against the retention plate to hold your cleat in place. By placing it the full length of the pedal your foot is not only held more securely, but the pedal's aerodynamic profile is also enhanced. And, although it may seem like a pedal doesn't make that much of a difference when faced with a headwind, for those of you who race against a clock, you know that every second counts.

The Look Keo Blade 2 CR Pedals are available in three spring tensions: 12Nm, 16Nm, and 20Nm. 

Tech Specs

Material:
carbon
Float:
[cleat dependent]
Cleat Type:
[Look]
Pedal Wrench Type:
15 mm
Actual Weight:
Carbon, 12NM Spring Tension: 220g Carbon, 16 NM Spring Tension: 220g Carbon, 20 NM Spring Tension: 220g
Recommended Use:
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

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5 5

Best platform I've used.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love these pedals. They present the most stable, secure, and efficient interface that I've had with a set of pedal -- EVER. I've tried just about every pedal on the market over the years and, while I loved the past multitude of Time Xpresso pairs that I used up until now, those kept breaking, didn't maintain the tension setting that I set-up and wore out VERY quickly (hence the need for multiple pairs). The fact is every pedal system has its pluses and minuses. I can appreciate some of the less-favorable comments from other reviews on these pedals, especially the unclipped orientation of the pedal at times (though that does get better with use) but, overall, these are great.

I have a relatively unstable foot but the security and stability of these has made a huge positive difference. I highly recommend.

2 5

Not sure how this pedal made it 2 market

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have been using look pedals for about 10 years. I have always been very happy with the product design, weight, quality, and longevity.

Then I bought the Keo Blade 2 pedals and that all changed. I honestly believe this pedal went straight to production from the CAD design because no way a cyclist would actually say yeah these are good.

Read on if you want but I would not recommend these, try Dura-Ace, Keo or Keo Max (I heard new model Keo Max may have condition #1 below too.

I like that the pedals have a wide platform and feel good and secure under your feet. I like the low stack even though the extra 1-2mm reduced stack over the Keo Max wasn't necessary.

When compared with other Look pedals I don't like most everything else.

1. First off the pedal doesn't hang in a default position after un-clipping because the back half of the pedal is too light and new seals/bearings too stiff. So after un-clipping you have to position the cleat with your foot before clipping back in. I have added less that five grams of tungsen putty to back of the pedal to correct this, so obviously that is all it would have taken to fix this issue at the factory.

2. The back of the pedal where you cleat slide to engage/dis-engage seems to be wearing quite quickly. After a few dozen rides it already has a deeper grove then my 2007 Keo Carbon pedals.

3. The wing on the side of the pedal is very sharp. You have to be careful to not let it touch up against your calf while chatting pre-ride because it hurts you. I have scratched my leg good on it once already.

4. The float on this pedal is sorta sloppy because there is no spring tension on the cleats. It just moves around free and pops out when you hit the limit as opposed to an increase in tension as you move away from center. This is really okay but not what you may expect compared to about every other pedal on the market.

I will update this review with a pictures.

2 5

Great pedals until you crash

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I used these pedals during a training camp in California, they were great until I crashed. The left pedal broke on the spot. The two small wings that come out of the sides of the pedals are just plastic so they will crack if you have a crash.

It's a bummer because they are so expensive!

Great pedals until you crash
4 5

Solid Pedal - Once you're in...

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I use these on my Specialized Tarmac Expert and before I was using Look Keo Max which are now on my commuter bicycle.

I really like my Keo Max pedals, I purchased a new bike so new pedals seemed right.

The Blade 2's look amazing. The engagement is a bit different, but easy to get used to. The clip-in sound is loud and sounds very solid. It's pretty cool.

The pedals are pretty light and balanced, which is great, but also leads to their only flaw. They don't spin freely once they are disengaged.

Keo Max pedals have a spring with weight at the rear so the pedal spins and rests at nearly the same position after each release. The Blade 2's are never in the same position and after a month of riding I still find myself looking down at intersections to clip-in at times.

UPDATE: After riding these for close to a year I like these better than my KEO Max pedals. They engage better with a loud click and now that I'm used the pedals not spinning I'm actually just as fast or faster with these. Updated from 3 to 4 stars. Would recommend.