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Cycle Components - Time ATB pedals

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Time Sport International was started in 1987 by Jean Beyl, formerly of Look, and his son-in-law Roland Cattin, in Isère, France. Beyl was also the founder of Look, maker of the first truly successful clipless pedal. It was Beyl who understood that modern clipless pedals (including his own Look products) did not allow the foot to rotate laterally through the pedal stroke and that this could cause tendinitis.

The cleats used on quill pedals with toe clips and straps usually had enough slop to allow the foot to follow its natural tendency to twist a bit on the pedal. But the extraordinarily popular Look clipless pedals did not have that rotational freedom, now called "float". For those riders who needed float (and not all riders do), using a pedal that locked the foot in one rotational position caused knee and ankle problems.

Beyl could not convince Look's management to solve this problem and left the company to form Time with Cattin.

In 1988 Time introduced the TBT pedal. The TBT had float with a spring mechanism that would tend to re-center the foot. The pedal was a hit. Soon thereafter, Look introduced cleats that also had float. Now all high-end clipless pedals now have some sort of float availability.

Time also makes excellent shoes and we have more than a few in stock. You can find them here.

In 1993 Time branched out to carbon-fiber frames and forks, which are also highly regarded and have been used to great success in professional racing.


Time ATAC XC 2 pedals. New, $100.00

Part# 65122

  • Steel Axle
  • Pedal body made of glass-filled composite
  • ATAC engagement system automatically clears debris from cleat as bike is ridden.

Time XC 2 pedals

Simple, clean design


Time ATAC XC 4 pedals. New, $110.00

Part# 65128

We have five pair in stock

  • Hollow steel axle
  • Pedal body made of glass-filled composite
  • ATAC engagement system automatically clears debris from cleat as bike is ridden.
  • 294 grams for the pair

Time XC 4 pedals

The XC 4's have hollow steel axles.


Time ATAC XC 6 pedals. New, $170.00

Part# 65156

  • Hollow steel axle
  • Pedal body made of glass-filled composite
  • ATAC engagement system automatically clears debris from cleat as bike is ridden.
  • 3 different spring tension settings
  • Depending on cleat choice (ATAC or ATAC Easy), release angle can be 10, 13 or 17 degrees.

Time XC 6 pedals

Time XC 6 pedals


Time ATAC XC 8 Carbon pedals. New, $250.00

Part# 65157

  • Hollow steel axle
  • Carbon-fiber body
  • ATAC engagement system automatically clears debris from cleat as bike is ridden.

Mountain Bike Action said: "The Time ATAC XC 8 Carbon is a serious pedal for the serious trail rider or cross-country racer looking for great power delivery, awesome clearance and a secure cleat-retention system."

Time XC 8 carbon pedals

Self-cleaning, light, secure cleat engagement


Time ATAC MX 4 pedals. New, $110.00

Part# 65154

Time says this about these pedals: "Fat bike, trail and enduro riders will all enjoy the ATAC MX 4. With its large platform and ATAC system, the ATAC MX 4 is the perfect everyday, off-road or gravel road pedal. Cleat engagement is easy and positive in every condition and for every skill level. The hollow steel axle makes the pedal light yet durable. The open design keeps you rolling, clearing mud and debris every time you clip in."

The MX 4 utilizes Time's self-cleaning system than clears out debris when you step into the pedal.

Time self-cleaning

Time's self-cleaning system

Time MX4 pedals

The MX4 gives the foot a good, wide stable platform.


Time ATAC MX 6 pedals, white. New, $170.00

Part# 65156

We have two pair in stock.

Time says this about these pedals: The ATAC MX 6 is the perfect pedal for mountain, trail explorers and fat bike riders. With its oversized hollow steel axle, it's light and rugged enough for any trail conditions. The ATAC system makes clipping in super easy and by swapping the cleats you have 2 release angle options (13º or 17º). ATAC's open, self-cleaning design means you'll always be able to clip in – even in the muddiest of conditions.

Time MX6 pedals

Time's self-cleaning system makes clipping in to these pedals easy, even under muddy conditions.


Time Peak mountain pedals. New, $150.00

Part# 65120-P

TMT pedals have an enclosure on the backside for the front point of the cleat to slide into—holds the shoe in place, but allows for quick, easy disengagement.

Time Peak mountain pedals

Top and bottom view


Time Sierra TMT mountain pedals. New, $150.00

Part# 65120-S

TMT pedals have an enclosure on the backside for the front point of the cleat to slide into—holds the shoe in place, but allows for quick, easy disengagement.

Time Sierra pedals

Top and bottom view


Time Sierra TMT mountain pedals. Used, $80.00

TMT pedals have an enclosure on the backside for the front point of the cleat to slide into—holds the shoe in place, but allows for quick, easy disengagement.

Time Sierra TMT pedals

Lightly used

Time ATB pedals

Both pedals flipped over for another view.


Time Atac Carbon-Titanium pedals. New, $350.00

Part# 65124-B

Atac Ti-Carbon pedals

New, with cleats (under the pedal on the right)


Time Atac Alium road/mountain black pedals. New, $90.00

Part# 65126

Here's what road.cc said about these pedals:

"Time Atac Alium clipless Pedals are extremely versatile cost conscious versions of the classic design. For the uninitiated, ATAC is an acronym for 'Auto tension adjustment concept' which in lay speak means masses of knee friendly float and remarkably dependable entry/exit since the twin bar expels mud with tremendous panache.

"Cyclo crossers and mountain bikers are the obvious audiences but the pedals' qualities coupled with reasonable ground clearance lend themselves very nicely to road duties too."

Time Atac-alium

New in the box. You can see the brass cleats under the pedal on the left.

Tima Alium pedals

Another shot, showing the Time box.


Time Atac Alium road/mountain green pedals. Used, $45.00

Time Atac Alium pedals

Used, but with many miles left in them


Time Atac Alium road/mountain yellow right pedal. Used, $25.00

Tima Atac right pedal

Need a right one? Here it is.


Atac Alium road/mountain red right pedal. Used, $25.00

Atac Alium red right pedal

A red one for the right side.


Time Atac Alium road/mountain black left pedal. New, $45.00

Atac Alium black left pedal

Missing a left Atac pedal? Here's a replacement.