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TIMEXpro 10 Pedals


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Item # TME001D

Xpro 10 Pedals

TIME pedals might not have as many riders in the pro peloton clicking in as they do on Look, Shimano, or Speedplay pedals but it doesn't stop it from having a cult-like reverence among serious cyclists. We're not sure if it's sponsorship obligations or what preventing us from seeing more pros on TIMEs, but the fact that the big German Jan Ullrich and Il Pirata Marco Pantani rode TIME pedals is more than enough reason to have us on board. With the Xpro 10, Time gives us the evolution of its road pedal with all of the refinements to the Xpro range in its most wallet-friendly version.

The TIME Xpro 10's are an update to the Xpresso line, renowned for its adjustability and lightweight construction. The Xpro 10 features the same all-new carbon body as the 12 and 15, bumping up the already impressive platform surface area from 700mm² to an even more stable 725mm². On the underside of the pedal, a new lower plate acts as a fairing which helps to improve aerodynamics and protects the adjustable tension Carbon Flexion blade spring. Further refinements to the Iclic system allow for a quicker and more positive cleat engagement, so getting in at the start of a crit or rolling away from a red light should be easier and faster. The Xpro 10 differs from the 12 and 15 by opting for a steel spindle that adds grams but drops dollars. The overall weight of each pedal is still a very respectable 113 grams and if you're doing the math at home, that's 19 grams more per pedal than the 12. Like previous Time pedals, the Q-Factor adjustment and Bioposition concept are responsible for its legion of fans. The angular tension features 3 positions ranging from joint-friendly movement to a more secure, sprinter-favored bear trap hold. The release angle is also adjustable depending on which cleat you install on which shoe. Low stack-height is the hallmark of TIME's Bioposition concept and its design reduces the distance from your shoe's sole to the pedal axle to an impressive 13.5mm, allowing for a more direct feel and more efficient power transfer.

  • TIME improves the aerodynamics and platform size on a road classic
  • Carbon Flexion blade adjust the tension in 3 positions
  • Bioposition design reduces stack height to a low 13.5mm
  • The ultra-wide pedal platform adds even more stability
  • IClic cleats offer adjustable release angles
  • Steel spindle adds durability while decreasing the barrier to entry

Tech Specs
Material[body] carbon, [spindle] steel
Float[angular] 5-degree, [lateral] 2.5mm
Entry / Release15-degree release angle
Spindle Diameter9/16in
Pedal Wrench Type8mm
Compatible ComponentsIclic cleats, 3-hole shoes
Recommended Useroad cycling, time trial, triathlon
Manufacturer Warranty2 years

Actual Weight

Black, One Size

Claimed Weight

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[pair] 8oz

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Great Engagement

I've put it through the wringer

Swapped from Shimano Ultegra to Time and have been very happy. The engagement on these is very crisp unlike the uncertainty of "am I engaged or not? " that sometimes comes with Shimano. Setup was quick with a lot of marks on the cleats to help get you close to balanced, if that is what you need. Very sturdy and supportive underfoot with an aero profile, if you are among those lucky enough to notice that. Stoked on the swap and will continue to recommend these!

>Rating: 5

...keeps on tickin', into the future!

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This has been my first pedal away from Shimano and Speedplay. They feel great under-foot. I'm not fast enough to notice or care about the aerodynamics of the underside, but I notice the lightness and the sturdiness. They are easy to get into and out of, but they always feel solid on the upstroke. Great pedal!

>Rating: 5

Time Xpro pedals

I've put it through the wringer

The description is correct. Time has a reverential, cult following. I have ridden Time exclusively since they first came out in the 1980's and currently ride Xpro 10's and xpresso 8's. I've never had any knee problems and never worry about cleat setup. These just work. Lemond, Ullrich and Pantani can't be wrong. On a road bike I'll only ride Times on my cx and mtb only shimano.

>Rating: 5

Positive First Impressions

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Like Andres, I've ridden Look as long as I can remember. The light action, and larger platform, have won me over! The bearings felt great out of the box, and the weight is very impressive. look for more updates down the road! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me directly at

So these Xpro 10s drop in the up right position for when you want to reingage.

>Rating: 5

From Look to TIME

I've been a Look Keo fan for years, I am impressed with Xpro 10 TIME pedals. They're extremely light and easy to clip in. Like anything, you need to adjust them to get the same feel as your previous pedals. Having a larger cleat does change the feel of the pedal. I haven't gotten the feel I want and I am still trying to get it just right. As performance goes great pedal, with a large platform.