Time Annouces New Speciale 12 Enduro Pedal

Oct 6, 2017
by Richard Cunningham  
speciale 12 enduro pedal
Time's new Speciale 12 enduro pedal has replaceable pins, a wide platform, and it weighs about the same as Shimano's XT Trail pedals.


bigquotesTime pedals are well known and respected in mountain bike circles. Built on the foundation of Time’s ATAC pedals, the all new Speciale 12 is an Enduro pedal built around the unique needs of Enduro riders. Featuring an all-new platform shape with a longer, thinner profile, the Speciale 12 provides a more stable and comfortable platform for mountain bike riders. The thinner body profile reduces weight as well as exposure to rock and root pedal strikes.Time press release


Speciale 12 Details:
• Purpose: enduro racing and aggressive trail
• Construction: aluminum body, hollow steel alloy shaft, Time's dual spring engagement mechanism.
• Four replaceable pins per side
• Mud clearing platform design
• Colors: gray, red and blue anodised
• Weight: 202 grams (per pedal)
• MSRP: $350 USD
• Available: Fall 2017
• Contact: Time Sport
Speciale 12 Enduro pedal
Time's engagement is similar to Crankbrothers'. The platform has just enough aluminum to ward against rock strikes and plenty of space for mud to move away from the mechanism.


Speciale 12 Enduro pedal
Speciale 12 Enduro pedal



170 Comments

  • + 302
 Finally something to go with my enve wheels, 116 shock, and eagle drivetrain. You peasants can stick with xt while I purchase these fine pieces of $350 engineering and go a safe and calculated speed down my local trails
  • + 19
 Right. Crankbros Mallet 11 simply doesn't get it for people like us
  • + 8
 Ok. Maybe there will be a cheaper version in the future although even half this price is a lot. For now I'll stick with their plastic cage version.
  • + 136
 Time is money. A lot of it.
  • + 9
 @pakleni: RIGHT? I have some MX4s that I spent $100 on and they are awesome. Didn't realize how expensive pins were..............
  • + 15
 Price is a typo right?
  • + 32
 finally pedals for the dentist
  • + 1
 I bet they are made out of real Danny De Vito's. If they're not, then I'm not buying them
  • + 9
 "Let them eat cake."
  • + 8
 Wtf?? 350 for pedals?
  • + 2
 Haha gold
  • + 0
 $350 is lame, however, been riding Times for over 20 years and nothing beats their feel, engagement and solid feel. Tried XTs, Hts, Crank brothers, Xpedo, always come back.
  • - 5
flag enrico650 (Oct 7, 2017 at 8:53) (Below Threshold)
 Im just laughing at the fact that putting an Italian name suddenly gives them the right to charge as much as possible.
  • + 2
 @mikeyb76: Look pedals are better Wink
  • + 15
 @enrico650: "spéciale" is not italian, it's the french word for timed stage in reference of the enduro format, you should blame the made in france sign ^^
  • - 32
flag enrico650 (Oct 7, 2017 at 12:05) (Below Threshold)
 @Diag: I just checked the Italian dictionary and the word : speciale means: Special or particular.
You may want to do some checking of your own.
  • + 2
 @guide210: in Europe you can find them on sale even for half of that price so I don't see the point in buying this expensive aluminium version
  • + 20
 @enrico650: Time is a french company. So, it would appear that they used a french word and not an italian.
  • + 5
 I would sooner stand on my cranks than shell out $350 for pedals
  • + 1
 Figures, Time finally makes a good looking alternative to Crank Bros AFTER Crank Bros gets their shit together.
  • + 4
 For 350 they will do feet massage after each ride.. Now waiting for premium version....
  • + 0
 @mikeyb76: Same here..... every Time I try something different there is no comparison. My son rides Crap Bro’s and let me put it this way.... glad my office is only 15min from their HQ
  • + 3
 @CodeBlue: There's nothing wrong with Crank Bros these days- they got off the path they were on and fixed the problems they had.
  • + 3
 @nozes: and on that note.. I'll stick with my mallet e's!
  • + 5
 @CodeBlue: I call bs! The new mallet E is nothing but stellar! Before that candy 11s, again nothing but stellar..Actually rebuilt them and tossed them on my cx bike... Maybe pre 2011 cb pedals and the cheaper versions at that!
  • - 3
 @bohns1: I call BS on that. I ran crank bros and they tore up quick. Last set of Times held on for years.
  • + 3
 @WaterBear: That's fine! Call bs then.. Been running them without issue since 2011....Now racing cx on the old candy 11s..Rebuilt once..
  • + 2
 @WaterBear: Yeah and I had a set of Time Z the first series, after a month or so the springs took some massive play due to few rocks encounters. So much so that they started to unclip for no reason making them sketchy as hell. Went back to shimano, never looked back. And while few years after they modified the Z (few friends raced the later version) I went to check their current range and noticed that they went back to their initial design with the spring being loaded again the alu/composite body, so i'd expect the same sort of issue. The speciale12 seem well designed but price is ridiculous, especially with all the current options in this range.
  • + 2
 @WaterBear: Times never let me down but were way too thick. The CB are different now they have changed the seals....I bought a pair either side of the change and the difference is real....saying that I am still annoyed about the first pedals going to sh*t so fast (but not before I bought the second pair) and haven't bought another set of CB since.
What really annoyed me was that I found myself in a position where I didn't have time to go through some ridiculous warranty process so I tried to sort myself but buggered it up....If the seals hadn't been crap I wouldn't have been put in that stupid position.
  • + 0
 @mikeyb76: You like their feel and their solid feel? Well shit. I'm down. Sign me up for a pair! It's only $350 per pedal right?
  • + 0
 @nozes: You just won the god damn internet!!
  • + 85
 You can buy 4 or 5 sets of Shimano XT Trail Pedals for the price of one set of these. But, you will not need to buy 4 or 5 sets of Shimano Xt Trail Pedals because One set will last a lifetime.
  • + 77
 I always hear my dentist complaining that his pedals last too long and don't cost enough
  • + 8
 The time z control pedals have lasted me for over 10yrs and have never had to do anything to them. I am seriously contemplating these, that being said i am going to wait until i can find them on sale no way in hell am i going to spend that kind of coin for pedals when my z control pedals are still going strong right now
  • + 6
 @whitebuffalo: just drill and helicoil some pins into your zcontrols
  • + 1
 @Screaming-Gecko: helicoils seem gimmicky and like they won't work.. But they have saved my ass a few times! Still holding to this day too.
  • - 1
 I was marveling with my wife this morning before our ride that I'm STILL rocking my $80 (back in the day) 636 Shimano's that I bought back in the late 90s... I guess when they finally break I'll have to go buy something else. Can you guess what brand....?
  • + 3
 @bmoore34: why is it always dentist references.. Christ, I'm a heavy duty mechanic and still afford this shit!
  • + 1
 You can also buy 3 sets of Time's normal edition pedals for the price of this.
  • + 2
 @bohns1: Because everyone on this site thinks that only rich barneys buy high end bike shit, which is some ways is true and others very false

On this particular topic...and by that I mean the Time pedals...I have to agree. Only a complete idiot with more money than brains would buy these.
  • + 4
 @nvranka: That's why I went with mallet E's... Love em!
  • + 1
 I've had LX on some of my bikes that have been great. Shimano has not let me down in 35 years of riding bikes. $350 for a freakin pedal is just plain silly.
  • + 50
 I'd have expected this from someone younger on staff....

"Time's engagement is similar to Crankbrothers'"

Not from the senior citizen of the editors.

Its more a case of crankbrothers engagement is similar to the Time's, seeing as how Time has been using that mechanism for THIRTY YEARS.
  • + 16
 Wording seems only to be a comparison to a (likely) more commonly recognized product rather than commentary on who came first....

Write commentary, get belittled the internet.
Dont post commentary, get belittled by the internet.

Sounds like a win-win.
  • + 5
 *Senior salesman, RC has been selling bikes since the MBA days, never one to write a real objective review.
  • - 3
 Yeah, similar in that that spring is hanging down there just waiting for a rock to smash it, and there goes your $300 pedal.
  • + 1
 Lol @ senior citizen
  • + 3
 @skelldify: ...Dude. The whole point of Time's design is they have a metal (or usually composite) piece of the frame that protects the spring mechanism. I've smashed Time pedals in horrible ways against rocks and dirt for years and never broken any part of the mechanism.
  • + 1
 @WaterBear: Oh okay, you can't tell from the photos which side is the front.
  • + 1
 @skelldify: it's pretty easy to figure out tbh..
  • + 24
 It's about Time they came out with an Endure pedal.
  • + 1
 Damn, you beat me to it.
  • + 11
 I don't have Time for this article, they're always Peddling new parts on here...
  • - 2
 Can't wait to take these for a *SPIN*
  • + 0
 Pinkbike never fails to crank out great puns...
  • - 1
 Someone haven't heard a phrase flat pedal win medals ... what a time to release a pair of clipless LOL
  • + 1
 Slow clap!
  • + 14
 You can get XT trail pedals for $65. They take a crazy beating and last at least a few years. I can't imagine paying $350 for these.
  • + 18
 Or M530's for like 30 bucks
  • + 11
 @slimjim1: I actually weighed XT Trails and M530s on my bike nerd scale (please don't make fun of me). 530's were 6 grams heavier...6!! It makes more sense to buy a new set of pedals when your cleats wear because new cleats cost about the same lol
  • - 10
flag WAKIdesigns (Oct 6, 2017 at 22:13) (Below Threshold)
 Jaylynx - no they don't last years, all Shimano trail pedals have high failure rate, XTR in particular. Just bother to ask a first mechanic or go through a few forums. Also I hate the release angle of Shimano, they require high spring tension to not get clipped out unintentionally and the shoe is not resting on the platform at all, both of which messes knees. The only Shimano clipless pedals I tolerated were PD424 with wellgo multirelease cleats
  • + 10
 @WAKIdesigns:
You’re right about a few things but I’ve seen shimano pedals last forever in numerous occasions.
  • + 11
 @WAKIdesigns:
I can only speak to my own experience, but I'm 250lbs and rode on a set of XT Trails for 5 years(+/-), only replacing them because they were beat to shit(externally), and a set of XTR Trails were on sale for like $70.
I never rebuilt them and never got any lubricant within a zip code of 'em. They got "cleaned' when the bike got washed. A year or so into the XTR's, they're performing every bit as good as the XT's did
Having had 12 knee surgeries, and bordering on the brink of needing two knee replacements due to arthritis, SPD pedals are my choice because of Shimano's SH-56 'multi'-release cleats(sold separately). Their reliability is icing on my cake.
They allow me to easily un-clip even with the limited range of motion I have.
I've never tried any Time pedal(s), but I did try a pair of Crank Bros Mallets 5 or 6 years ago. I repeatedly fell over because I don't have the range of motion needed to twist out of 'em.
  • + 3
 @YoKev: I'm in a similar spot with the knees and size. I would recommend you try some Times. I rode XTR Trails since they came out and hated the sketchy release under heavy climbing pressure and out of balance situations that led to bothersome release points.
Time MX-8 is same exact weight and the cleat pedal interface is superior and never releases prematurely. The small amount of lateral play built in lets my knees self adjust to the alignement I need.
  • - 2
 @YoKev: a friend of mine replaced XTR twice within a year. My mechanics say: avoid. Nevermind. I stopped using Shimano with my knees in mind because I just got pains while cornering and after clipping out. It's beyond my understanding why would you use clipless pedals at all if you have such problems with your knees, well, not my business.

I use time because they offer similar float to crankbros but clip out easier. For XC I ride flats.
  • + 6
 @WAKIdesigns: its been my experience that i get knee pain not using clips. been on flat pedals any movement happens in you knee instead of at the foot. the little bit of movement you get on clips completely stops any pain. how would you say that having clips would make knee pain any worse
  • - 2
 Sorry, I don't care about anyone's knees, I hate those talks about what causes and doesn't cause injuries which basically come down to: you may be doing something wrong without knowing about it. I can't believe I went there myself. You're fine, please continue.
  • + 1
 @YoKev: maybe try flats?
  • + 2
 I love Time pedals. But damn. If you want anodized options get some HT T1s for $135ish. I had $150 in my mind from the picture then scrolled down..... WTF?! Out of touch much? Are they made of Adamantium?
  • + 3
 @filryan: I've been back on some flats for the last month after probably 10years+ of clip pedals, I can confirm that the play in the cleats makes a whole different if your knees are a bit sensitive. I was surprise the other day but it makes sense, especially with grippy flats/shoes.
  • + 0
 I get the issue if riding a lot of switch backs when turning the hips in to them as feet are planted the knees twist a little@Balgaroth:
  • + 0
 Wow clam down. Want having a go in anyway I’m just interested in your view and how cleats can hurt the knee@WAKIdesigns:
  • + 4
 Can you guys not read, it says they are speciale.
  • + 3
 @WAKIdesigns: what do you even need pedals for you ebike fanatic? Why don't you just call them rearsets instead of bicycle pedals
  • - 3
 @filryan: I experienced knee pain from riding Shimano. In order to make sure I will not clip unintentionally which happened to me a lot, I needed to set the spring to at least 75% of max tension. The very act of unclipping was not nice, then the angle of my foot was limited by the miserable 6 degrees. I am a keyboard warrior but profficient enough to twist my body a lot in many corners (not just switchbacks) and that cleat banging against max range could be felt in my knee IN THE VERY SAME WAY I feel when I ride overly grippy flat pedal/shoe interface. All not to mention the high risk of crashing on climbs by not being able to clip out - but I can say the very same thing about crank bros pedals. So that's purely personal.

Now majority of clipless pedals and shoe combos out there provide float in the ride direction which is unfortunate. For some unexplainable reason, other than microscopical weight saving, companies keep the platform low in relation to the clip in depth. Something that could be easily adjusted by the ride, by just shimming cleat in the shoe. Crank Brothers Mallets are possibly the only pedal that will support every single shoe out there on the whole surface of the pedal.

So now the problem with this float is that it renders your foot to be standing on a pin, rather than on a platform. Your hip provides lateral flex, so does your ankle. However in case of majority of clipless interfaces out there providing full flex, your ankle joint has to deal with additional instability, a kind that it is completely not made for, when talking about repetitive movement over longer period of time, ESPECIALLY, when talking landings and taking big hits. That leaves your knee to deal with additional lateral force and knee has virtually no lateral flex, at least it does not like that. One could also argue that our legs are not made for working with force applied in the same place all the time. This theory is backed up by a rather knowledgeable man but well... an extremely controversial man he is, mentioning him will just turn people off this theory directly.

Anyways, as I said, I could not give a fukest fuk about other people's knees. There are much better ways of fkng up a knee than using clipless pedals, like crashing, not training hip stability, riding without knee warmers in coler temperatures, or starting running a lot after riding for years.
  • + 0
 @filryan: back when SPD's were the only option, flats sucked and so did shoes, that was the case. SPD's don't give you much/any float.
  • - 1
 @donpinpon29:
I only use clips on my 'exercise' rides(about 40mi/week), which consist of no hard climbing or technical descending. In addition to being very old, I'm also a big dude. If I don't do these rides, I'll end up like the Pillsbury doughboy/Bibendum, lickety-split.
BIke park and technical rides I use flats. No way I could un-clip quick enough to get a foot down if/when I lose the front.
  • + 0
 @YoKev: 12 Knee surgery’s???
  • + 1
 Wow there’s a lot of info there. Can’t comment on shimano pedals but I ride mallet dh with teva shoes. Deff seems to work well for me. You’ve given me a lot to process there tho cheers dude @WAKIdesigns:
  • - 3
 @therealtylerdurden: what? Have you ridden crank bros or times? They provide more axial float than any flat pedal/shoe combo ever will.
  • + 2
 @WAKIdesigns: yeah, no shit. SPD's don't. Crank Bros/Time isn't SPD...
  • - 1
 @therealtylerdurden: aaah so you mean yes. I'll buy the latest Mallet DH next year. Mnominom
  • + 2
 @WAKIdesigns: definitely, and I'm a big fan of Crank Bros after their comeback. Not to mention these are the only Times I've ever seen that aren't ugly as shit, but they're $350.
  • + 2
 @DJ-24: Yup made in France the "work" force has 10 productive hrs per week so limited product gets out, Mavic is also from France good stuff but very pricey.

All that would go through my head as I was clipping rocks was that song Money Money Monnnnney
  • + 2
 @lake-st: those damned cheese eating surrender monkeys and their damned 10 hour work week! Lol
  • + 0
 @lake-st: Mavic and pricey? I'm sorry, nowhere close to those Fricking Mormons and their hand made carbon tablets
  • + 8
 I feel bad for Richard. You know when he was writing this he said to himself, "f*cking hell here comes the XT comparison when this gets posted"

I'm sorry you got pinned with reviewing something that you knew was a slight waste of time.... Or massive waste of time, depends on who you ask I guess.
  • + 2
 It saddens me that the comparison wasn't to Time's other pedals. They make a stellar pedal. This particular one is just over priced, and XTs happen to be very popular. I'm sure they're good, having never tried them, but I *know* Times are good.
  • + 6
 It's like they're expensive for the sake of being expensive...and that they're made in France. Just get the HT T1's for ~$100 if you want anodized colors. I'm happy with the XT Trail that I paid $60 for.
  • + 2
 HT all the way, not perfect but I have both T1 & M1 with 13degree cleats give me want improved float and mud shedding then spd but better feel then crankbrothers.
  • + 3
 XTs are good I will grant you all that, but they are certainly not the be all and end all of pedals. Personally I find the HTs suit my style better because of the better modulation of release. I hear Time also offer great release feel. Do struggle with the price though
  • + 3
 Goddamnit Time..... You get me excited about a new set of pedals and then you go and price AL and steel pedals at $350?!?!?!?!?

Look I have your MX4 pedals and they are the bomb, but they are $99 and I've beat the shit out of them....because they are pedals and they get smashed by my feet at the very best and by rocks at the very worst.

i understand that AL is more expensive than composite but for the love of Pete DONT CHARGE $#%) FOR A SET OF PEDALS!!!!
  • + 1
 Yea the price is a bummer...Time makes a hell of a good pedal, and I bet these are good, too. Just over priced.
  • + 6
 These look dope but $350? Wtf.
  • + 4
 I like Time. Good pedals dating back more than a decade. Don’t think I’ll invest $350 in any pedal though.
  • + 1
 Seriously things are getting skittle crazy. There's also been expensive stuff but seems to becoming common place. Who's next, Garmin enduro power pedals? I'd like to see someone have another crack at hammerschmidt since doing unnecessary things seem to be in vogue.
  • + 1
 I'm still loving my hammerschmidt setup.
  • + 1
 @mrgonzo:

At times I miss mine, paired with a short cage derailleur it created a pretty useful setup with good clearance.

I'd even have it just run off a wireless button option attached to my dropper actuator.
  • + 5
 No way in hell anyone should spend $350 on these.
  • - 5
flag karoliusz Plus (Oct 7, 2017 at 1:08) (Below Threshold)
 You might be terribly wrong...
  • + 2
 Are they user serviceable? I loved my ATACs till I smacked a rock and learned that I couldn’t order spare parts to replace the springs or bars.

And yeah. The price is insane.
  • + 1
 *cough* DMR clips... spd esque but can be set soo lite you just use the pins.. but for the bad knees brigade ( me to) your foot is always in the one place. with float. best of all worlds and with the spring loaded engagement proud profile combined with shimano AM9s its actually easier to get in than gain good foothold on a flat pedal with 5 tens. And get out. i cannot believe why they are not product of the year. i have used near every flat / pedal combo there is in the last 8 years, and time / mallets / shimano XT.. ( this has cost me a fortune) and I'm now not going back from DMR and shimano shoes, with multi release cleats. Don't waste your money, I did that for you.
  • + 2
 I love the feel of Time pedals, and don't find SPD to have the same feel that I enjoyed in the Time, but durability lead me to Shimano. I would be down to try these if they weren't $350 USD!
  • + 1
 I've been on Time's since '97. Cant say enough good things about them. The last gen I got in about 2013, the carbon ones, allows the spring pins to "walk" out after use. You can tap them back in, but then they become more susceptible to sliding out. I hope they fixed that on these.
  • + 1
 Happy to add to the stack of "WTF? 350?" comments: I was half interested until I saw the price...and I'm the guy with a Hightower and the BMW! There's a point where it is just f**king stupid, like a joke to see who will actually bite for something like this. Are the marketing people in this industry just not good with numbers or are we just completely unaware of some group of people that gobble this sh*t up outside the realm of popular mountain biking?
  • + 1
 If platform trail pedals weigh half of what XTs do, then maybe I could see charging that much. I still wouldn't buy them, but it would make it more justified. Awfully sneaky that they put the weight per pedal rather than for the set like everyone else does.
  • + 2
 Time weights for no man.
  • + 2
 I still have my first Shimano SPD 747 & 520 from..uhmm... 1993?
Time cleats wear faster than shimano.
PS - how much time can I buy for 350usd? Could use better on the trail than bling-bling pedals
  • + 2
 My last Time ATAC's blew up after just a few rides. Went back to their older models from ebay. Hopefully, these last! Look cool.
  • + 1
 im at 4 years of the latest xc8 time atac.. i hit trees.. rocks.. and i use them 5 days a week
still in normal working order, except for the scratches ;-)
  • + 4
 One rock strike and my DH4s were toast, with no spare parts available. I’m back on Mallets now.
  • + 1
 @bankz: maybe they were made better 4 years ago - my new xc8s spring pin fell out after a few months.
But I still like the Time engagement, MX4 are cheaper than XT (£50 in UK), and lasting well - wouldn't buy more expensive pedal from Time now.
  • + 3
 Time should stick with what they're good at.... whatever that is I dont know. 350.00 for 400+gr pedals?
  • + 1
 Great pedals if you like blowing out unexpectedly all over the place and possibly crashing. Oh definitely get them if you like buying cleats all the time too.
  • + 1
 I wish I had seen this comment on Time's pedals a few weeks ago. Purchased the mx6 recently. First ride was ok, but they have come unclipped many times now in the least convenient of times, i.e. Mainly when throwing some English on jumps, rough trail sections, and linking back to back corners.
  • + 1
 Looks like they use the same interconnected clip (bottom + top) like their XC pedals, so if the bottom clip scraps a rock it may unclip the top. Their older design with ROC/MX ATAC had separate springs/clips that were not interconnected so scraping a rock on the bottom would not unclip the shoe.
  • + 1
 @mtnbykr05: Your cleats are not symmetrical. Swap the cleat that has the "R" stamped on it to the left foot and the "L" to the right foot. This makes it harder to release. It's how I ride mine.
  • + 1
 @mtnbykr05:
Yeah it’s total bullshit. Doesn’t matter how tight you set them or what you do with your cleats.
On the adjustable versions tight enough is still not tight. And on the non adjustables. They’re set in the looser setting.
I think ht’s are the way.
  • + 1
 @ShredlyMcShredface: they're already set for the most amount of float, 20deg. I'm coming off of Crankbrothers, where I ran the 17deg release, and felt way more confident in the platform support and almost never had accidental release until I started having malfunctions with the spring, about 4 years in. Decided to try Times based off of my previous experience years ago on the atacs, and after getting sick off bearing and wing/spring issues on the CB. HT's or Funn's are next.
  • + 3
 Wtf! $350? The French make new cars that aren't worth that much...
  • + 1
 Are the photos, the engraving the wrong way round? Looks like they the complete opposite angle for ground strikes on the leading edge an what looks like a spring guard?
  • + 0
 Forget my comment, just up an suffering pressure coffee derp
  • + 3
 Flats... I'm just saying!
  • + 0
 I bought a pair of ATACs when they were first released 20isj years ago. I still use them on my hard tail. The mx6s on my FS bike are still going strong after 2 years of abuse, these are way over priced but do look smart
  • + 1
 Waaaay over priced, buy the MX8's (£75 on Ebay) and use the money you save over these to buy a flight to the Alps!
  • + 2
 Could buy a top end pair of flat pedals and some five tens for $350.
  • + 2
 For that price they should have a titanium shaft
  • - 2
 Love it when people think they will ride better because they spend big $$$$. Go head spend all your money on over price stuff and be stuck at home ride the same trails over and over again while i travel all over with the money I save getting durable plane all shimano stuff. hahaha living the dream
  • + 5
 Has anyone said that they would ride better if they bought these? Who are these fantasy riders you know the thoughts of?
  • + 1
 @DrPete: I think he referring to the “plain old riders” that can spell properly ????
  • - 2
 the price on these is silly but hopefully this will lead to an affordable mallet style pedal.
  • + 1
 Of course you will ride faster if you spend more money on a components, physiologically if I drop $350 on pedals it will cause a symptom known in the medical field as the placebo effect. .You believe, therefore you are faster.
  • + 1
 I think PB showcases nonsense like these pedals on purpose just to get the Trolls fired up. Cool!
  • + 1
 Are Time pedals still sold in Canada? I can't seem to find a Canadian distributor.
  • + 1
 Yep. Through Rossignol. They are running Time as a separate division.
  • + 1
 by ek not cheap...seems you pay more just for using enduro in the title. Too expensive for me....
  • + 1
 They ARE MADE IN FRANCE. Labor costs there versus Taiwan. The multiplier is many Times more.
  • + 3
 It's about Time!
  • + 1
 Dear Pinkbike, I believe you have a typo on the article title. Your friend, Typo Police. Cheers.
  • + 3
 Flava Flave approved
  • + 1
 ^^^^ dope comment ^^^^
  • + 1
 At $350 USD I guess I'll have to stick with rebuilding my Crank Bros every 6 rides.
  • + 1
 I need more TIME to save the dough. By the TIME I do, I don't have the TIME to use them. Then again, only TIME will tell.
  • + 2
 I bet they've been working round the clock on these
  • + 3
 350???
  • + 1
 Props to Time for cranking this thing out
  • + 1
 screw your plastic end caps!!
  • + 1
 Finally something that is cheaper in Europe...
  • + 1
 I need to pull more teeth!
  • + 1
 I only count 4 pins per side. Where is 5 and 6?
  • + 9
 Rc fixed it. We should get paid for all the proofreading we do for the contributors on this site
  • + 1
 @onemind123: or at least an extra entery or two into the holiday give away.
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 That "T" icon looks just like the Turner "T"
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 I guess I am the only one shelling out the money for tgem
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 “So I’m out window shopping....with a brick at 3 in the morning”
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 Hopefully they have better bearings tha! the atacs
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 any mountain biker who works hard for a living and can afford cool sh!t is a sell out!!!!

i'm so rad cuz i ride 26" and flat pedals!!
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 It costs so much to make stuff in a bankrupt nation Hmmm
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 "Made in france"
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 i am very sad about this...
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 Weird time to announce a clip pedal for enduro, so close to Sam Hill clinching the series championship, Makes me think that they don't even care about enduro,
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 What is this a pedal race on who can make the most expensive pedal...
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 about TIME you guys make this.
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 lol i'll stick with shimano
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 Yeeeeeeeeeeeees!!!! After all those years, it's about time!
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 $350 ????????????
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 Can it come in yellow?
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 It’s time to move on.
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 GTFOOH
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 After Sam Hills EWS series win, watch manufacturers start listing flat pedals as enduro specific!

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