The Iconic Speedplay Pedal Returns With a Wahoo Upgrade

The New Wahoo Speedplay Line Offers Five Options for Road Cyclists and Triathletes Looking for High Performance, Dual-Sided Entry, and Pedal-Based Power Measurement.

 

Wahoo_SPEEDPLAY_Family.jpg

ATLANTA, March 16, 2021 -- Wahoo is proud to announce the first major refresh of the iconic Speedplay brand since the pedals were invented in a California garage 31 years ago.

 

The new Wahoo Speedplay line grows from technology first designed in 1989. Speedplay pedals are the world’s only high performance pedal designed specifically for road cycling and triathlon without relying on concepts and technology from other sports -- and the only one to offer approachable dual-sided entry. Wahoo is also excited to announce the world’s first dual- sided, pedal-based power meter, the highly anticipated POWRLINK ZERO.

 

Wahoo_Speedplay_SellSheet_Rd17-01.jpg

 

Refinements across the whole line will improve the performance and durability of Speedplay pedals. Revamped models have lower stack height and better aerodynamics than other systems, as well as adjustable float, spindle-length options, and the premium-level user experience that all Wahoo products are known for.

 

The new Wahoo Speedplay line includes the COMP (R 2 999), Speedplay ZERO (R 3 999), Speedplay NANO (R 7 499), Speedplay AERO (R 4 999), and the Wahoo POWRLINK ZERO power meter (price to be announced). The Speeplay line includes two cleat options: Standard Tension (included with ZERO, NANO, AERO, and POWRLINK ZERO), and Easy Tension (included with COMP). Both cleat options are compatible with all pedals in the new Speedplay lineup and are backwards compatible with all earlier Speedplay Zero models. The COMP, ZERO, NANO, and AERO are available for purchase soon from Wahoo dealers.
POWRLINK ZERO will be available in summer 2021.

 

shoe_easycleat_comp.jpg
SpeedplayRenders-12.png

 

Performance upgrades include adjustable float on all cleats from 0-15 degrees, sealed bearings with no need for regular maintenance, and increased durability through a revised pedal body. Wrench flats have been eliminated in favor of installation via a hex wrench. The ZERO is also available in four spindle lengths from Speedplay dealers and fit specialists to ensure that all rider fit needs are covered.

 

Comp_LeftFront.jpg
SpeedPlayComp_TopViewBoth1.jpg

COMP (R 2 999)

 

I’ve trusted Speedplay for much of my career for their reliability and ample opportunity to custom fit the position of my foot. I ride 20,000km in a year and the improvements Wahoo has made to the pedals gives me the confidence to know that my pedals will work perfectly still ensuring that my biomechanics work on the most important contact point with my bike. Ironman World Champion Jan Frodeno

 

Wahoo_WFPRZ1S53_SPEEDPLAY_ZERO_Hero.jpg
ZERO (R 3 999)

 

Speedplay pedals give us an advantage over other pedal systems in weight, aerodynamics, and the adjustability of their cleat system. This combination gives our riders full confidence in their equipment on race day and lets them focus on the race ahead. EF - Education First Nippo Team Performance Manager Nate Wilson

 

Aero_DualPerspective2.jpg
Aero_LeftPerspective.jpg

 

SpeedPlayAero_TopRight.jpg
SpeedplayAero_PerspectiveDual1.jpg

AERO (R 4 999)

 

In 2020, the Education First -- EF Pro Cycling Team rode Speedplay pedals to top finishes in World Tour races, including a podium finish at the Vuelta a Espana, picking up the World Tour legacy of a pedal that has won multiple monuments, including the Tour de France, Paris- Roubaix, Liege-Bastone-Liege, and Paris-Nice. In 2021, EF -- Education First Nippo and Canyon//SRAM will continue to ride with Speedplay. Joining them in the pro peloton are Alex Dowsett and Owain Doull. Speedplay has also seen unparalleled success in triathlon, as the winningest pedal at the Kona Ironman World Championships and the choice of World Record holder Jan Frodeno.

 

Wahoo_Speedplay Nano_WFPRN1S53_PerspectiveDual1.jpg
Wahoo_Speedplay Nano_WFPRN1S53_TopLeft.jpg

NANO (R 7 499)

 

The new pedals are being supported by Wahoo’s existing sales organization, ensuring that cyclists can easily access Speedplay pedals via Wahoo dealers.

 




4 Comments

Smartie, Mar 18 2021 09:04

Nice. Price on the standard tension cleats only?

urbanroyal, Mar 18 2021 12:29

Love my Speedplays....

Schnavel, Mar 19 2021 08:51

Love my Speedplays....

 

Same here! I wonder if these will be backwards compatible and work with Speedplay?

openmind, Mar 24 2021 10:35

Same here! I wonder if these will be backwards compatible and work with Speedplay?


Yes, they will.