Take all the bio mechanic goodness from the top of the line Iclic2 Carbon pedals and use less expensive materials and you get the standard Iclic2 pedal. It functions just the same as all other Iclic2 pedals except it is not quite as light. It is perfect for the rider who wants the Time design at a top value.
What makes the Time system unique is lateral float. While almost all pedal systems have angular rotation built into the cleat, Time offers both angular float and lateral float working in tandem, built into the pedal. In short this means the shoe/foot is permitted to rotate/pivot and move side to side (laterally) to naturally adjust during the pedal stroke. The fact that both of these mechanisms are built into the pedal greatly reduces any friction that occurs. The cleat moves around during the pedal stroke and the rider is unaware that it is occurring.
These standard Time Iclic2 pedals employ a fiber blade instead of a carbon blade used in other, higher end Time designs. The clip-in action is incredibly easy and virtually friction-free. The Iclic2 pedal feature a large 447mm wide pedal surface that generously supports the foot for solid power transfer.
Construction of the pedal is a composite body with a steel axle. These materials help keep the cost down to a minimum while still bring the pedals in at a respectable 264 grams per pair.
Included are a pair of Time Cafe cleats. These one-piece cleats have three integrated non-slip stabilizers that grip the ground and provide excellent stability. They are not part of the engagement system, so they do not effect entry and exit when worn down. The engagement cleat is tucked away underneath and inside the cleat so it will not come in contact with the ground while walking around. The cleats also adjust the Q-Factor or the distance between your shoes - depending on which cleat you put on each shoe, you can vary the distance from 51.7mm to 54.3mm. This is a very simple and clever way adjusting the Q-Factor without the hassle of a mechanical adjustment.