Over the years, Time has gained a lot of followers for their pedals thanks to the buttery float and ATAC springs. Like all things solid competition from other pedal makers is keeping them on their toes and updating products like the new MX line of trail pedals. Much smaller than the X-Roc, but bigger than the standard ATAC, the MX continues to look like the perfect pedal for Time fans who want a little more platform under their shoes.
Actual weights after the jump.
New pedals will be displayed in premium packaging and adhere to the new 2-12 naming system where 12 is the highest level of pedal and 2 is entry level. The MX line will be offered in a 12 with a Ti spindle and carbon body, the 8 with a steel spindle and carbon body, and the 6 with a steel spindle and poly body as well as a 4 and 2 (not shown).
The new designs weigh in at 160g for the 12, 185g for the 8, and 193g for the 6.