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The ATAC Alium Pedals share the same design and lauded operation as TIME's top-shelf offerings, only they forgo exotic materials in favor of reduced cost. What you get is a durable aluminum body, housing TIME's proven ATAC spring system.

Every time that you clip into TIME's Auto Tension Adjust Concept (ATAC) line of pedals, the self-cleaning frontal retention system sheds dirt. This ensures that you don’t end up struggling to find your cleat position before a steep and loose climb. And once you're engaged, your knees and ankles are treated to TIME's industry leading degrees of float.

The ATAC Alium Pedals feature +/- 5 degrees of angular float, and they also provide 6mm of lateral float for side-to-side movement on the pedal. So, instead of being locked into one position, your foot is free to find the most comfortable position.

The Alium cleat is reversible, meaning that it can be positioned to release at either 13 or 17 degrees. For a durable, consistent operation, the ATAC's arches are constructed from stainless steel. Also, the wide aluminum body and steel axles increase durability, while keeping weight relatively low for a minimized rotational weight.

TIME's ATAC Alium Pedals are available in one size and in the color Grey. Included with the pedals are one pair of cleats that are compatible with standard two-hole SPD drilled shoes.

Tech Specs

[pedal] aluminum, [axle] steel
5 deg
Cleat Type:
Entry / Release:
13 - 17 deg
Pedal Wrench Type:
15 mm
Compatible Components:
Claimed Weight:
[per pair] 415 g
Recommended Use:
mountain biking

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Great system

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have the Alium on the utility bike for around-town and higher-end ATACs on the mountain and cross bikes. If you ride SPD, you really need to try ATAC. The entry and exit are similar, but the float is really nice. I've got some cheap Shimano shoes that I can ride my son to the zoo in, walk around all day in, then hop back on the bike. 4 stars for the Alium, 5 for ATAC in general.