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Time Impact(7 posts)

Time Impactpaulj
Jun 20, 2002 10:12 AM
I see that Colorado Cyclist now has them listed in their online catalog. Backordered till 6/28/02. Looks like an interesting design. I plan on trying a pair myself.
Yeah, I'm anxious to see how these pan out.Sintesi
Jun 20, 2002 10:17 AM
Maybe next year. Always liked Time's pedal design.
Spendypmf1
Jun 20, 2002 11:47 AM
The top of the line ones are selling for $350. Yikes, that's a lot for a pair of pedals.They are lighter, supposedly easier to walk in and have cleats accepted by a 3-hole drilled shoe. These are improvements.

I also noticed CC was not selling the older versions. Dammit, I've now got 3 pairs of obsolete pedals. Better stock up on cleats.
You ain't kiddin'.Sintesi
Jun 20, 2002 12:24 PM
I'll actually wait for the reviews to come in and still not buy it. 'Course I could always sell my mountainbike.
You ain't kiddin'.pmf1
Jun 20, 2002 12:33 PM
Well, the Look CX-7 (or whatever they're called) appear to have dropped a bit in price. They're probably just trying to capture that gotta have the newest thing now customers. Hell, in 6 months, they'll be down to $300 a pair. What a deal. Truly an item that the uninitiated to biking would be shocked at. Tell your mother that your bike pedals cost $350. Or the guys that say "oh, are you one of those guys who rides those really expensive $500 bikes?"
US pricing = hosejobboneman
Jun 21, 2002 4:30 AM
Parker International has them listed for £160 including 17.5% VAT. Less VAT and at the current rate of exchange that's less than $200 before shipping and US import duty.
re: Time ImpactMr Good
Jun 20, 2002 7:01 PM
I can't help it...I want them just because they're new. (even though I'm perfectly happy with my current pedals). Let's see, what can I sell for $350?