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Time VS Speedplay VS Beebop(4 posts)

Time VS Speedplay VS BeebopBAM
Sep 3, 2001 8:12 AM
Has anyone used Beebop pedals in mud?? For those that use Time attacks, Do any of you have knee problems?? If so is there enough float in them?
re: Time VS Speedplay VS BeebopMJ
Sep 3, 2001 9:03 AM
I've got Time ATACs - but no knee problems - there's plenty of float - 15 to 30 degrees depending on the pedal (left or right)

haven't used Beebop
I have Bebops, who has Keywin MUDMANs?Jan Gerrit Klok = "TUFO-man"
Sep 3, 2001 9:53 PM
I have a pair of Bebop Crmo's. It all sounded very promising, but they just don't work well in the mud. Furthermore, I soon got problems with the cleat. The spings seem to lose clicking power, after a while I just lost contact all the time, I need new cleats, but wonder if these will remain good.

Has anyone ever used Keywins MUDMAN? I am about to order 2 pair of MUDMANs. They seem like TIMEs with much lower weight...
I've been using Time ATACs for 4-year and ...SS_MB-7
Sep 4, 2001 5:43 AM
I've been using Time ATACs for 4-years with excellent results in all conditions. I ride 12 months a year, so my pedals see everything from hot-n-dry conditions to slick-as-grease mud to thick-as-molasses-mud to snow-n-ice. Under all conditions, my ATACs perform consistently and reliably.

In efforts to shed some weight, I bought a pair of BeBops. Yes, they are damn light but I had to sell them after 2 weeks. They were very inconsistent in the mud mostly because the cleats would clog with mud. I'd either be locked-in or locked-out of them in all but the driest conditions. Also, there was no "clicking" sound or feeling when entering the pedal so I could never tell for sure if I was even in the pedal. Lastly, there was way too much float for my liking -- I felt like I was on ice.

I sold my BeBops and quickly went back to ATACs.

Ride Hard,
Mike B.