Product Comparison: SpeedPlay X1 vs SpeedPlay Zero Titanium

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General Specifications
About the Product
The Speedplay X Series' innovative design and unrestricted float changed the shape of clipless pedals and continues to prove that user-friendliness, comfort, and improved performance are all attainable in a simple, lightweight package.
High-quality Speedplay Zero pedal with titanium axle and 0-15° free float. The Speedplay Zero Pedal System introduces a new concept in pedal design that allows you to choose either a fixed position or up to 15 degrees of float. Zero pedals maintain the traditional feel of a fixed system while incorporating all the well-known advantages of Speedplay X Pedal Systems.
Zero Titanium
Key Specs
Pedal Weight
75 g.
82 g.
Click pedal
Click pedal
Body Material
Intended Purpose
What customers say about "Key Specs"
SpeedPlay X1 Titanium Pedals Black
  • Super light weight which was an essential component to completing my sub 6kg bike.
  • These pedals are incredibly light with enough "float" to take any stress off the ankles and knees.
  • I purchased the X1’s and absolutely love them. Entry is a breeze. You pretty much just step down and you’re in.
  • Clipping in at a busy intersection, on an upward slope, or at the start of a crowded race, is no longer an issue – just step down and that’s it.
  • These pedals are great, easy to get into, easy to get out of, lightweight, and ultra cool look.
SpeedPlay Zero Titanium Pedals White 2016
  • Durability (no maintenance or replacements after 7000km), easy in/out, holds when cycling.
  • Float adjustment, low profile, lots of room for cleat positioning, easy exit, easy entry when it works.
  • Lightweight, ease of use.
  • Bearings need constant re-greasing or they will seize after a few rides.
  • The cleats pick dirt easily.
Size & Weight
0.6 in.
0.6 in.
0.33 lbs.
0.36 lbs.
2.8 in.
2.8 in.
6 in.
6 in.
Pro White
Length: 50mm
6-4 Titanium
2 Cartridge; 1 Needle
2 Cartridge; 1 Needle
Dual-Side Entry
Cleats Included
Accessories Included
Pair of cleats
Pair of cleats
Easy dual sided entry, Stable cleat-to-shoe connection, Non-centering free float
Grippy, rubberized tread covers the cleat for improved traction, Zero Aero Walkable™, Fits all standard 3-Hole and 4-Hole shoes
What customers say about "Features"
SpeedPlay X1 Titanium Pedals Black
  • The pains in both knees, specifically the right knee have gone. Quite amazing. So much so, that both bikes now have these wonderful Titanium pedals.
  • Expensive but they are worth it. good colour choice quality always excellent.
  • I now clip in faster and easier than I could with my Look or Shimano cleats mainly because you can clip into either side of the pedal.
  • Light, easy to maintain, dual sided for easy entry, transfers energy well.
  • I love the fact that I can step into the pedals without worrying about getting into the "right" side.
SpeedPlay Zero Titanium Pedals White 2016
  • Great product and great service as usual. Used these pedals for a while and replaced them for my Slate. Love them!
  • The springs are very tight at first and needed a touch of dry lube. You do have to push down quite hard in order for them to click in.
  • Free float is the best, light, solid foot hold.
  • I own the Shimano dura ace pedals as well as these and I like these more because it is easier to clip in and out of these.
  • If you want to use them in cyclocross, don't. The cleats will get clogged. Just stay on the pavement.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer warranty
2 year(s)
2 year(s)
Other Information
330.00 $

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