Product Comparison: Time ATAC XC4 vs Shimano SPD (EPDM520S)
- Simple, effective pedals. Been riding time for 20+ years and they just work.
- Great pedals, super durable and great price.
- I do expect these pedals to last a really long time, hence why I dropped the beaters.
- Time ATAC pedals are the best. I have been using them for two decades since Look broke up.
- This pedal system is highly recommended for good reason. Having the ability to clip on both sides is very important for a newbie like me.
- The engage/disengagement is super smooth and they look practically the same as 747's.
- These pedals clip securely but are also easy to get out of.
- The quality is excellent and looks like they should last for a long time.
- These are rebuildable, but are so cheap to buy when you can catch them on sale, and last so long, it seems rediculous to think about rebuilding them.
- Sheds mud like a champ and no cleat hang ups like Shimano SPD's.
- I like how the newer, more square-like edge on the binding/release mechanism feels when clicking in.
- They are the most reliable in foul weather conditions.
- The pedals are great looking and are easy to clip in.
- I liked that they came with cleats for my shoes so that I did not have to guess which kind would fit.
- This system works great and you'll immediately notice a better power transfer.
- I use these pedals on my road bike, and love them. The accompanying shoe design lets me walk without using cleat covers or damaging the cleats.
- They held up over the season and even when the mud built up, clipping in wasn't too hard.