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    New Look S-Track MTB Pedals Replaces Quartz




    New Look S-Track MTB Pedals Replaces Quartz - Bike Rumor

    looks like LOOK redesigned their pedal no weight listed for their titatnium carbon body version.

    Pedal appears large however mounted looks a wee bit smaller

    looks like Sauser is already using them



    LOOK S-TRACK + Christoph Sauser - YouTube
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    I saw a weight of 142gms for the Carbon-Ti version, I assume that's per pedal.
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    Looks good. Interested to hear about reliability and prices. When will these be available?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockyuphill View Post
    I saw a weight of 142gms for the Carbon-Ti version, I assume that's per pedal.
    If it is per pedal then it is embarrasing. Disregarding the fact that they could provide the weight per(1) pedal nad not a pair. Wasn't the last pair of their MTB pedals lighter... It is time someone beat Crank Brothers...

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    The last design for the Carbon Ti version was 120 per pedal 240 Grams total for the set.



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    Any update on the availability of these pedals? Still don't see them on any of the online sellers.

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    142G per pedal impossible!! looks better and lighter than the previous version of 120g and my massive xtr m980 weights 150g... maybe a little bit more than the crank brothers ti 11 pedals!!!!

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    My favorite thing about the concept of these pedals, other than they look great, is that you can throw on the optional cage to ride to the store or around the block with the kids without wearing your cycling shoes. Riding with your big toe balanced on an egg beater is not very fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprocket47 View Post
    My favorite thing about the concept of these pedals, other than they look great, is that you can throw on the optional cage to ride to the store or around the block with the kids without wearing your cycling shoes. Riding with your big toe balanced on an egg beater is not very fun.
    No kidding platforming on an eggbeater is impossible with flip flops or regular shoes.

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    Totally right but!! I am really curious about the weight of the carbon / ti axle ones!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by andresco50 View Post
    Totally right but!! I am really curious about the weight of the carbon / ti axle ones!!!
    122 grs. why not just check yourself by go in on looks homepage ? Sorry if it sounds a bit harsh. But it takes less time to check their homepage, than write a post here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gronkjaer View Post
    122 grs. why not just check yourself by go in on looks homepage ? Sorry if it sounds a bit harsh. But it takes less time to check their homepage, than write a post here.
    That's why the forums are awesome bro! yeah I forgot the look site!!! Ok so I will wait to buy it in ebay!!!

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    Well... I bought a pair. Will keep you informed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vindiu View Post
    Well... I bought a pair. Will keep you informed.
    Where did you get them? All my usual online stores are saying they haven't heard when they'll be available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vindiu View Post
    Well... I bought a pair. Will keep you informed.

    and can we see them on a scale POR FAVOR !!

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    Yahtzee!

    For someone that occasionally takes a spin around the hood with the kids being able to easily slip on a platform is perfect. And the weight isn't much more than the eggbeaters I use now.
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    I have a set of LAKE spd sandals that I use for casual riding (and often for more serious riding) with my eggbeaters.

    I like the new Look pedals, but I can't see bothering to bolt on the platform for casual rides to the store.
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    Does the S Track use the same cleat as the Quartz?
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    The S Track Race is 326 G. Per pair with cleats and screws.
    The S-TRACK CARBON TI is 280 G. Per pair with cleats and screws.

    I already ordered mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidR1 View Post
    Does the S Track use the same cleat as the Quartz?
    Nope.


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    Quote Originally Posted by amagortis View Post
    The S Track Race is 326 G. Per pair with cleats and screws.
    The S-TRACK CARBON TI is 280 G. Per pair with cleats and screws.

    I already ordered mine
    Can I ask where you ordered them? I called the LBS and they can't get them yet. Can't seem to find any online either

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    Actual weight is 229 grams for the carbon ti model.

    bikeinn.com has them ready for sale


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