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Cycle Components - Time pedal cleats

Time Pedal cleats on this page: TMT cleat set (SPD drilling) | TMT shoe adapter for Shimano SPD cleats | TMT shoe adapter plates for Shimano SPD cleats | TWT cleat set | TBT carbon front cams | ATAC to SPD Adapters PD2046 | RXS/RXE Cafe cleats | Impact Cafe cleats | Time Cafe Cleats installed on shoe

Time road pedals are posted here
Time ATB pedals can be found here
Time pedal spare parts are posted here

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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 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 TMT cleat set for Shimano-SPD drilled shoes. New, $30.00

Part# 22503

We have 30 sets in stock

Time-TMT-sPD-drilling-cleats


Time TMT shoe adapter for Shimano SPD cleats. New, $15.00/set

Part# 22515

  • We have two sets in stock
  • With these adapters you can mount Shimano SPD cleats on earlier Time shoes.

Time spd adapters


Time TMT shoe adapter plates for Shimano SPD cleats. New, $20.00

Part# 22515

For shoes with the same drilling spacing as Shimano SPD cleats.

Time TMT shmano adapters


Time TWT cleats. New, $30.00

Part# 22504

Tie TWT cleats


Time TBT carbon front cams. New, $10.00/pair

Part# 22509

Time carbon front cams


Time ATAC to SPD Adapters PD2046, $15.00/set

These convert early Time ATAC drilling to Shimano SPD.

Time ATAC adapters

Here's a close-up.

Time Atac adapters

Here's some more info.


Time RXS "Cafe" cleats. New, $25.00/set

We have pictures of a "Cafe" cleat installed on a shoe here.

  • These Time RXS cleats are designed to be a bit safer, less slippery. They will allow you to walk into your coffee shop, hence the "Cafe" name.
  • These cleats work on Time RXS, RXE and Impact pedals.
  • They have a three-bolt shoe mounting.

Time RXS Cafe cleats

Top and bottom of the cleats shown here.

Time RXS cleats

New, in their factory packaging.


Time Impact "Cafe" Cleats. New, $25.00/set

We have pictures of a "Cafe" cleat installed on a shoe here.

  • These Time Impact cleats are designed to be a bit safer, less slippery. They will allow you to walk into your coffee shop, hence the "Cafe" name.
  • These cleats work on Time Impact RXS & RXE pedals.
  • They have a three-bolt shoe mounting

Time Impact Cafe Cleats

On the right you can see the raised portions of the cleats keeping you from walking only on the metal pedal interface.

Time Impact cleats

Ils sont neufs et accompagnés d'instructions. They are new and come with instructions.


Time Cafe Cleats installed on shoe

Here's how a Time Cafe cleat looks on a shoe:

Time cafe cleat

You can see how the raised sections of the cleat keep you from walking on the metal cleat.

Time cafe cleat

Even more clear now, we hope.

Time cafe cleat

One more shot.