Time's MX4 Pedal drops nearly ten grams from the MX2 for less rotational weight and a smoother spin. But, it does retain the oversized bearings, proven ATAC retention, and a lightweight composite body, making it perfect for all-mountain riding. Time's ATAC (Auto Tension Adjust Concept) is a simple design, with easy engagement and plenty of float.
The spring tension never needs to be adjusted and it also sheds mud for consistent engagement. The MX4s allow plus or minus five degrees of float, with an additional 6mm of lateral movement to permit ergonomic and efficient pedaling. The large bearing surface and wide platform adds confidence by ensuring stability underfoot.
The Time MX 4 Pedal comes in one color, Black, has a steel axle for durability and strength, and cleats are included.
- ATAC (Auto Tension Adjust Concept) retention
- Steel axle
- Lightweight composite body
- Oversized bearings
- Cleats included
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Reviews & Community
Do you know the Q-factor for these pedals thanks.
Good solid pedal
Bought these for my fat tire. Like other Time pedals I have used, they are reliable and easy to clip and release. These offer a good solid platform if you chose not to clip in.
can you replace these springs?
Not that I know of. They may be replaceable at the factory, but not at home or your local shop.
which one is right? left? these have no...
which one is right? left? these have no labels.
Look at the Screw Threads on the Pedal Spindal