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HT Components T1 Clipless Pedal

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Go clipless.

The HT Components T1 Clipless Pedal blends a sturdy platform of support with the secure cleat retention required to rock a burly enduro course. A precise, CNC-machined aluminum body gives these pedals strength while keeping them light, with replaceable pins around the perimeter of the pedal to strengthen the platform and provide grip in the event of a missed clip-in. The T1 is the lightest of HT Components' clipless pedal offerings at just a claimed 368 grams, ensuring they won't weigh you down on the transitions.

  • A clipless pedal built tough for enduro abuse
  • Machined aluminum body balances light weight and strength
  • Replaceable pins provide extra grip
  • Smooth-spinning EVO+ bearings

Tech Specs

[body] extruded/CNC machined aluminum, [spindle] CNC machined cr-moly
Compatible Components:
HT Components X1 and X1F cleats
Recommended Use:
mountain bike, enduro

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Solid Pedals but I had an issue.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The pedals are good and offer a significantly stronger cleat retention mechanism than Shimano pedals with a comfortable platform. However, with this mechanism, I found that finding the appropriate cleat position (one that would not hurt my leg, as my legs supinate) was impossible to do. The pedals also came with the wrong number of cleats which required me to contact the distributor and get a new set of cleats sent out. I also found that the finish on the rear portion of the cleat retention mechanism began to chip after a couple of days of use and the tension spring rusted on the surface after one damp ride (the latter issue was alleviated with a cleaning and lubing). These two issues make me question the long term durability of the pedals.

It is worth noting that the pedals come with a 8mm thin-walled socket that is necessary for service.