The Look Keo 2 Max pedals offer a big step up from the entry-level Look Keo Classic with a much larger pedal platform and pedal body . Look invented the clipless pedal in the early 80s based on equipment for ski bindings, and they've become a staple of modern road cycling.
Look pedals offer a single-sided interface and three-bolt design to attach the cleat to your cycling shoes. Look cleats offer three float options with a fixed position black cleat, 4.5 degree gray cleat, and 9 degree red cleat. Look pedals are easy to use with easy engagement and predictable release, making them appropriate for new cyclists while still offering performance options for the bike racer and competitive triathlete.
The Look Keo 2 Max pedal has a chromoly spindle and composite body like the lower cost Keo Classic, but the platform area is 2 and a half times larger than the Classic 3. This provides the rider with a larger pedal interface for better power transfer improved feel. The Keo 2 Max weighs in at around 130 grams per pedal, making it just a bit lighter than the Classic.
The Keo 2 Max is also offered with a carbon body, shaving a little more weight form the Keo 2 Max but otherwise offering the same interface and spindle.
You can adjust the engagement tension of the Look Keo 2 Max to suit your preferences with a 3 mm Allen key. Increasing tension will make the pedal more secure, but also require more effort to disengage the foot.
The Look Keo 2 Max is perfect for the cyclist looking for the easy entry and exit of the Look Keo system but want a larger platform than the Keo Classic.