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If you're new to clipless pedals, you want something that's going to offer plenty of hold, but more importantly, an easy, predictable release. And the Look KEO Flex Pedal is designed with precisely those factors in mind, making your transition to clipless pedals as painless and stress-free as possible.

Part of the reason that the KEO Flex is so beginner-friendly has to do with its large platform, which makes locating your cleat and locking in a snap, literally. And when it comes time to free your feet, the forgiving release tension makes that a simple affair. The steel spindle keeps them durable, as do the sealed bearings. If you've been hesitant to give clipless pedals a try, don't worry, the KEO Flex will have you clipping in like a pro in no time.

The Look KEO Flex Pedal is available in one size, and in the color Black.

Tech Specs

[body] composite, [spindle] steel
9 deg
Cleat Type:
Look KEO
Pedal Wrench Type:
[Allen] 8 mm
Recommended Use:
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

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Broke on first ride

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I got these pedals because I'd been using crank brothers clips for a few years on my mountain bike, but they were making my feet go numb on my road bike. Somebody suggested that I try Look brand pedals as they are much more comfortable for road riding. I bought these pedals, installed them, and went for the first ride. About 15 miles in I had to stop for a red light and take my feet out of the clips. When I went to re-clip my foot slipped a little on the pedal and actually broke the little plastic piece off that creates the tension that keeps the clip in! It BROKE! You definitely get what you pay for. I moved up to the KEO 2, and have had no regrets since.

Light Pedal, Light Tension

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This pedal is incredibly light, comparable in weight to high end carbon pedals, but the real magic is in the flexing clip: tension holding the cleat to the pedal is from the tension from the plastic flexing, not from a spring like every other pedal. This is good and bad. Good in that it keeps weight down and reduces the number of parts that can fail. Bad in that is does not allow for adjustability of the tension.

Speaking of tension, it is VERY light. The engagement is almost imperceptible, and disengagement is noted by the angle of the shoe rather than the more noticeable snapping sound from my previous SPD pedals.

For now, I have only used these on the trainer. It will be interesting to try them in the wild.

Yes you have to have a "clip" shoe. Look keo cleats use three bolts to attach to the bike shoe. If a shoe has 3 bolt holes, these cleats and pedals will work. 2 holes requires a SPD cleat that is much smaller and usually used by mountain bikers and indoor cycling "spin" classes.

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Avg. ride time: 3h 30m per week
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Are these compatible with Northwave Evolution...

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