Mar 26, 2002 8:54 AM
|Does anyone have any experience with the Campy Record or Chorus clipless pedals? Can you tell me what you think. How does the float compare to Looks, Time etc? Thanks.|
|re: Campagnolo pedals||ColnagoFE|
Mar 26, 2002 10:42 AM
|like em. have the chorus. float very similar to look and they are lighter. no complaints so far.|
|I have Record Pro-fit. Very happy with them. I used Look 236||bill|
Mar 26, 2002 10:47 AM
|previously. The Looks were perfectly fine; so why did I change? The Pro-fits were on sale, they were "triple-sealed" (ooooohhhhhh!!!! ahhhhhh!!!!), and I said what the hey. |
As for the float and feel. Pretty similar, actually. I felt that the Pro-fits gave about the same amount of float but were more precise at the end of the float, which gave me a more secure feeling somehow. I also felt that the platform was overall a tad more solid. Whether these are defensible conclusions is difficult to say; I wanted the Pro-Fits to feel better (the cleats also were brand new, don't forget), and voila, they did, funny how that works sometimes.
Can't go wrong with any of them I think is the truth. Never tried Times, but, you know, fourteen million frenchman can't be wrong.
Mar 26, 2002 11:58 AM
|The Chorus work great, and I like the style. The finish gets scratched pretty easily & I would hope the Records are better in that regard. They stayed in good shape mechanically after one season & I haven't had to adjust them or seen any probably with the release. I also got a good price from ColoradoCyclist which helped.|
|Have- Recod Had Time||jawa|
Mar 26, 2002 8:02 PM
|I now have the record profit pedals. I had time mag pros prior. I like the campy pedals so far. The times were a little easier to get into but I had them for a long time. So far they feel good|
Mar 27, 2002 7:08 AM