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    Keywin pedals

    Anyone using these?
    Keywin Bicycle Pedals USA

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    Last edited by Camilo; 03-25-2013 at 06:14 PM.

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    I can't find anything!

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    The mechanic at my LBS. Mr Keywin happens to be a nice guy as well!

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    Keywin is actually manufactered by a New Zealand company. I use to use them. Fantastic pedal that come in different axle lengths. Comfortable on feet. Good for Trackies also as you can get a cleat lock for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rickard Laufer View Post
    I can't find anything!
    ??
    I typed "keywin" in the search box and got dozens of threads.
    http://forums.roadbikereview.com/sea...searchid=14112
    Eppur si muove.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rickard Laufer View Post
    I can't find anything!
    I don't know why the search link I posted doesn't work. But just type Keywin into the search box and you'll get plenty of user's feedback. It's not a new subject.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camilo View Post
    I don't know why the search link I posted doesn't work. But just type Keywin into the search box and you'll get plenty of user's feedback. It's not a new subject.
    No, it was weird. But i guess i should have done that search before starting the thread. Thanks for the input

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    I used them several years ago and liked them, found that they're light peddles and easy to disengage but not prone to accidental clip outs, clipping in is little different but once you've used them a little its no problem.
    I'll probably go back to them when my Looks wear out.

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