Speedplay, Inc. announces the release of the Zero Pavé Pedal System. Originally developed for Speedplay’s sponsored professional cycling teams, the Zero Pavé features a patented, minimalist design built specifically to handle the harsh and unpredictable conditions of the legendary European cobbled classics. Based on Speedplay’s popular Zero technology, Pavé pedals shave non-essential material to ensure entry and release in wet and dirty environments.
The Zero Pavé was first ridden to victory by Fabian Cancellara in the 2006 Paris-Roubaix. Since then, the pedals have been continually tested and proven with victories in the world’s toughest races including Paris-Roubaix, Tour of Flanders, Ghent-Wevelgem, and Strade Bianche. The Zero Pavé was most recently used in the rainy, cobbled Stage 5 of the 2014 Tour de France. “I knew that harsh conditions could play a decisive role in determining the outcome of races on pavé,” says Speedplay CEO, Richard Bryne. “My goal with the design was to provide our riders with the best equipment for such unpredictable conditions.”
Zero Pavé pedals have become a mainstay of Speedplay’s sponsored teams competing in the Spring Classics. Now the company’s quintessential Classics pedal is available to everyone from gravel racers to mixed-terrain enthusiasts.
All Zero Pavé Pedal Systems are hand-built at Speedplay headquarters in San Diego, California and include special Zero Pavé Edition cleats.
Zero Pavé Stainless: $339.00
Zero Pavé Titanium: $499.00
Zero Pavé Edition Cleats: $ 49.00
Speedplay Designs and manufactures user-friendly, high performance pedal systems for road and off-road cyclists. For more information about Speedplay pedals call 858/453.4704 or visit Speedplay.com.