Wahoo Speedplay Pedals: All You Need To Know

Stu Bowers Tuesday, March 16, 2021 - 12:31 After laying practically dormant for a few years the takeover by Wahoo should see Speedplay re-emerge as a major player in the pedal market £134.99-£379.99 Speedplay founder Richard Bryne is said to have such a passion for bicycle pedals that he has a personal collection of well over 300 pairs, none of which, however, look like the ones he actually designed and created back in the late 1980s. Often referred to as the ‘lollipop pedals’, Speedplay launched in 1991, but the design wasn’t an instant hit. Their form was based entirely on solving the cleat-pedal interface from an engineering standpoint, rather than paying lip service to trends and/or predisposition over how a pedal ‘ought’ to look. Watch: First look at the new Wahoo Speedplay pedals But the pedal’s diminutive size raised questions over whether it could offer sufficient support, compared to the ...

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