The Keo 2 Max pedal features an oversized chromoly plus axle with ball bearings at the crank end and needle roller bearings beneath the pedal platform, separated by a conical spacer that’s said to reduce friction.
The composite body has been slimmed down and offers great lean angles, while the stainless steel protective plate on the central contact surface has widened to 60mm, increasing the overall area to 500mm sq for excellent pedalling stability.
Stack height is 17.3mm and the release spring’s tension is adjustable between 8 to 12Nm.
The Keo’s cleat is smaller than many and the 4.5-degree float grey version is supplied. It’s quiet and grippy to walk on, but isn’t as hard wearing as Shimano’s.
One of the most intuitive pedals with simple and safe engagement or release and smooth rotational float.