Crank Brothers Quattro SL review

Aesthetics have always figured highly with Crank Brothers and the packaging of the Quattro SL is just as enticing as the contents - albeit not particularly eco-friendly.

Our rating 
4.0 out of 5 star rating 4.0
GBP £69.99 RRP | USD $109.38
If pink isn't for you there are other colours

Our review

Quality eggbeater pedal with a solid platform and practical cleat for walking
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Aesthetics have always figured highly with Crank Brothers and the packaging of the Quattro SL is just as enticing as the contents – albeit not particularly eco-friendly. This model had a pink platform encasing the simple four-sided eggbeater mechanism. With a little practice, clipping in is easy and the release angle can be adjusted to 15° or 20° by switching the cleats around.

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The cleat itself mounts securely to the shoe and there’s a hardwearing raised plastic area around the metal contact point. This makes them much more practical for walking and its U shape helps guide the cleat onto the pedal. The pedal-cleat connection is reassuringly solid and they’re comfortable on the knees thanks to the non-centering range of float. Three bolts attach the cleats, though there are other kits available for two-bolt shoes (£10.99-17.99).

Product Specifications

Product

Name Quattro SL
Brand CrankBrothers

Description Release angle can be adjusted to 15 or 20 degrees
Release Angle 15
Stack height 16.5
Weight (g) 406
Material Forged Stainless Steel
Warranty Length 2 Years
Max. Rider Weight No Restriction