LOOK has had a big presence in the cycling world for many years, but they’re best known for their road, track and triathlon pedals rather than their MTB product. This year LOOK decided to jump back into the mountain bike game, and they’re currently assembling a lineup of Trail Roc flat pedals. With expertise in spindles and bearings, it was just a matter of developing new bodies for LOOK to launch their flat pedals with full confidence in their internals.
At Crankworx Whistler LOOK invited the media to check out the development behind their new MTB pedals, get a sneak peek at the incoming Trail Roc + range-topping model, and go for a few laps in the bike park with special guest Thomas Genon! In this article we’ll check out the Trail Fusion composite pedal, preview the Trail Roc + and discuss how both models felt on the trails. The Trail Fusion pedal features a composite body that measures 107x105mm and is 18mm thick. For traction they offer eight pins per side, and the pin heads are all hidden so they won’t get damaged and become difficult to remove.
Inside the Trail Fusion’s bodies are full-length chromoly spindles, with two sealed bearings on the outside and one plain bearing on the inside, all protected by premium seals to keep dirt and water out.
With their lightweight composite bodies, the Trail Fusion pedals weigh just 329g per pair. They retail for $60, and come in Black, Ice Blue, Lime, Purple or Red. This […]