TIME bike pedals
High-tech for your bike – pedals for cycling pros

The company TIME has long been popular among cyclists. Products like bike pedals and cleats are the result of intensive research and development works. They are designed and constantly further developed in cooperation with cycling pros, sports scientists and technical experts. TIME was founded by Roland Cattin in 1986. Ever since then the bike accessories and products of the manufacturer can be found at the feet of cycling pros. The further development of already existing products is characteristic for the company’s philosophy and helps set new standards in quality, technology, workmanship, functionality, durability, comfort and design. TIME pedals and cleats are designed to improve performance of the pros on the race track.

High-tech for your bike – pedals for cycling pros
TIME pedals are high-tech products that are used in international cycle races. The bike pedals are technically state-of-the-art. They are designed to perfectly position foot and heel without offering too much freedom of movement. The release angle was chosen to ensure you will quickly, easily and safely be on firm ground. The clipless pedals are made with steel and carbon so that they are lightweight yet robust. As the platforms are made from durable material, they even offer good performance in continuous use.

Specifically designed: Cleats for your bike pedals
TIME also offers cleats that perfectly match the respective bike pedals. These lightweight high-tech cleats are characterized by a low stack height. The short distance between axle and sole ensures great hold on all tracks and when riding out of the saddle in sprints. The freedom of movement is well balanced and kept as low as possible. The cleats are easy to install. Dimensions and weight promise maximum performance. Appropriate screws for proper cleat installation are included. The size of the cleats is carefully selected to guarantee firm hold in extreme conditions. The release angle is designed to perfectly combine functionality and performance.