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    Keywin’s CRM Carbon Pedals use a completely unique design that puts the float in the pedal rather than cleat.

    More specifically, the pedal floats on the spindle, letting the cleat lock into the pedal completely and use the full surface area.


    Super-light metal-bearing race pedals wth adjustable radial movement!


    Large platform area gets the power to the pedal and longlife ensures years of trouble-free service. Adjust for your own style of riding.


    Radial movement, some love it others hate it. KEYWIN gives you real options. Loose movement. Stiff movement. No movement. You choose - all in one set of pedals.


    • Titanium axles
    • Pedal weights: titanium axles = 192gms per pair
    • Cleat weight: 74gms per pair
    • Track pedal configuration achieved by addition of the Track Adapter Kit


    You'll feel the difference - increased performance during hill climbs and more responsiveness in all situations. Weight has always been the cyclist's enemy. KEYWIN Pedals are the lghtest practical pedals available.



        When cleaning do not direct a strong hose at either the inner seal or the end cap. Cleaning is best with soapy water sponged or brushed on. When dry, dress the plastic with brush on black shoe polish.

        Keep the shoe plates as clean as possible. Stones can get caught in the mating holes and sand particles can affect the release mechanism.

        After cleaning a drop of thin oil on the axle by the inner seal can be useful to maintain free running and to prevent the rubber seal squeaking when rubbing on the axle.

        Check your shoe plates and the hooks for excessive wear. Walk on your shoe plates as little as possible. The shoe plates have wear points to avoid any adverse effect on the pedal operation. But once these wear points show significant wear the shoe plates should be replaced.

        Stripping the pedals to replace bearings etc. is described in the instruction leaflet. Whenever replacing the end caps, always smear some grease on the mating surfaces to ensure a watertight seal.

        Riders have reported success in cleaning the bearings by soaking them in WD40 and then re-lubricating them with Tri-Flow.

      • SET-UP TIPS

        • Fit the pedals to the cranks after first applying some grease to the threads. Tighten firmly (but don't overtighten as the threads tend to tighten in use) using a crescent wrench carefully placed and tightened on the flats. Don't rush this as a slip will spoil the appearance of the axles.
        • Fit the shoe plate to the shoe and lightly tighten the screws. Put on the shoes and attach to the pedals. Move your foot until your ankle is just brushing the crank. Leaving the shoe on the pedal, remove your foot. Mark the shoe sole with the shoe plate position.When you remove the shoe from the pedal the shoe plate will move. Slacken the shoe plate screws and reposition the shoe plate to the marks and tighten very firmly.Go for a short test ride and adjust the shoe plate position to suit.
        • Adjusting the radial movement is also really easy. (Note: the adjustment is to the stiffness of the movement - not to the amount of movement which remains at 6%)
        • Flick off the small round dust cap. Screw in the adjusting screw to increase stiffness, screw out to decrease stiffness. Move the screw no more than 1 turn each time. (Note: the adjustment is NOT meant to eliminate movement. The adjusting screw can be stripped if overtightened).
        • If no movement is wanted, insert the fixed pedal inserts as shown in the instruction leaflet.


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