Coombe Millennium Pro - high performance bicycle  pedals - precision made in the USA

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COOMBE MILLENNIUM PRO cleats are
designed to put -
maximum power to the pedals.

The cleats can be mounted in three different
fore-aft positions, yellow, green and blue,
depending on which cleat insert is used.

The "green" line insert mounting holes are drilled
on center as shown in the side image. This positions
the axles in-line with the bolt hole centers of the
shoes, providing higher efficiency, with less ankle
strain than the once traditional red-line positioning.

An optional cleat insert is made with the mounting
holes drilled 4mm offset from the center. This cleat
insert can be flipped to provide either the yellow
or blue line axle positions.

The cleat inserts provide 3 degrees of float, either
heel-in or heel-out from center, depending upon
which shoe they are installed on.

In the picture above, the lower right hand dot is to
the outside, so the heel will float 3 degrees from the
center to the outside, away from the crankarm.

If this same insert is put on the other shoe, the
lower white dot will be to the inside, so the heel
will float 3 degrees towards the crank from center.

Cleats sets are typically sold mirrored, such that
both feet float either heel-in or heel-out. However,
they can also be ordered matched for cyclists who
ride with one foot heel-in and the other heel-out.

This side image shows the approximate line of
force with an axle mounted in the once traditional
red-line position (2). This position is the number one
cause of "hot spots", and provides virtually no arch
support, making custom shoes and orthotics mostly
ineffective, since the arch of the shoe is essentially
floating beneath the foot, not pressing up into it.

The axle (1) corresponds to our blue-line position
which reduces pressure on the ball of the foot,
while providing greater arch and ankle support.
For many cyclists, particularly triathletes, this is the
most efficient and comfortable position, as it keeps
the lower legs fresher for the running stage.   
   
Stack Height: 11.5mm (pedal + cleat)
Cornering Clearance: 36 degrees
Bearing System: 2 rows needle & 1 row ball (patented)
Float Angle: +/- 3 degrees from center
Retention Mechanism: Tongue and groove step down to engage (patents pending)
Pedal Weight: 124 grams each (all stainless steel)
Cleat Weight: 46 grams each with carbon insert
Q Factor: 50.5 or 53.5mm* (with supplied 3mm spacer)

* Note: Longer axles with 58.5mm or 61.5mm Q Factors (with the 3mm spacers) are also available.

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The COOMBE MILLENNIUM PRO pedal system is the result of
listening to years of customer feedback, taking a step back,
and designing a new pedal system from the inside - out
to achieve an unrivaled level of performance, functionality
and durability over any other pedal system on the market.   

Precision manufactured in the USA from the highest
quality materials, no expense has been spared
in building the world's finest pedal system.   

For maximum durability, the pedal bodies and axles are precision
manufactured from high strength stainless steel, and the pedals
incorporate a low friction, high efficiency, triple row bearing design
built to last for the lifetime of the pedals with minimal maintenance.

The pedals have a large, circular platform area that is
fully stable in all directions, front to rear and laterally,
making them rock solid and secure under pressure.

The cleats are easy to walk on and provide maximum power transfer
and comfort with the largest contact area between the cleat and
the shoe sole of any clipless pedal system on the market today.

The mating portion of the cleat is recessed, so it is not affected by
wear from walking, and the recess is open in design, without
undercuts or pockets that can trap dirt and debris.

The cleat retention pads grip the pedals in all directions, making
the connection completely silent, with no clicking, creaking
or looseness, even after thousands of miles of use.    

The patent pending retention mechanism is simple to engage
and can be disengaged in multiple directions, making it
potentially safer in an accident or an emergency stop.

Learn more below...
COOMBE MILLENNIUM PRO pedals come with a 3 year warranty against defects in materials and
workmanship (normal wear excluded).

Contact your local dealer, or order direct with our risk free, unconditional, 60 day money back
guarantee. Try the pedals for 60 days, and if for any reason you would like to return the pedals,
email us for a return authorization, then ship them back for a full refund, minus shipping costs.  

When ordering direct, please thoroughly review all of the information above prior to ordering,
and contact us at
info@coombe.com if you have any questions. Thank you.
MILLENNIUM PRO Pedal Set with Cleats  $399.00
COOMBE MILLENNIUM PRO pedals
are fast and easy to engage by simply
pressing straight down on either side
of the dual sided pedal body.

The cleats are a two piece design
consisting of a high strength, light
weight, carbon fiber reinforced
cleat insert that securely retains the
walking/retention pad to the sole.

The cleat pad is made of a resilient
grade of high tech
Dupont Hytrel
polymer, which is wear resistant,
non-slip, aerodynamically shaped
and easier to walk on than other
road pedal cleat designs.

The cleat pads incorporate front
and rear inwardly projecting tongues
which securely snap into engagement
with the rims on the pedal body.  

The cleat inserts are right and left
handed, providing either 3 degrees
of float to the inside or to the outside
from center, depending upon which
shoe they are installed on.
The cleat inserts are marked with white dots to show which way the heel will float from center. In the
picture above, the lower left dot indicates that the heel will float inward. This is also true if this insert
is rotated upside down, since the dots will still be in the same place. Therefore, for heel-out float this
same insert would be installed on the opposite shoe, thus putting the lower white dot to the outside.

Unlike most other pedal systems, the pivot point of the heel-in/out float is directly in the center of the
cleat, beneath the ball of the foot, thus reducing how far in or out the heels move per degree of float.
This makes the feet more solid and stable on the pedals than other pedal systems, such as Look
and Shimano, which position the float pivot point in front of the ball of the foot, closer to the toes.

The resilient cleat pads firmly squeeze the pedal bodies, so there is no free play or looseness in the
connection, providing maximum power transfer without any clicking or creaking.

The tongues of the cleat do not require lubrication, but it is recommended to apply a light coating of
dry cleat lube to make it easier to engage and disengage the pedals during the first few rides.      

A noteworthy design feature of the retention mechanism is that when pushing down on the pedals,
the heel-in/out float range is positively stopped, because the downward force prevents further rotation.
This can be beneficial in a sprint where there may be a tendency for excessive heel-in/out movement.

With the feet unweighted, the pedals can be disengaged by rotating heel-in or heel-out, with enough
force to cam the cleat up and away from the pedal body.

However, the pedals can also be disengaged by rolling the cleats sideways in a supination manner.
This "roll out" method of release is quite natural with practice and potentially safer in an accident.
The best way to do this is to push the knee a little to the outside, then roll the foot to disengage.

The "Competition" cleat pads work well for most
competitive cyclists. However, stiffer "Track" pads
are available for exceptionally strong cyclists and
track riders. These pads provide some resistance
to floating even when they are dry lubed.

Additionally, more resilient "Commuter" pads
are also available. These pads are the easiest
to engage and disengage, making them ideal
for commuting around town. They also work
well for Junior cyclists and light weight riders,
weighing under about 120 pounds or less,
as well as elderly and physically challenged
cyclists who may have difficulty engaging or
releasing from other pedal systems.     
Coombe Millennium Pro - ergonomic cleat positioning
Coombe Millennium Pro bicycle pedals - high performance - precision made in the USA
Coombe Millennium Pro - biomechanical axle position
Coombe Millennium Pro - walkble cleat design
Built to last a lifetime, COOMBE MILLENNIUM PRO pedals incorporate dual rows of full complement
drawn cup needle roller bearings, having a load rating of 900+ pounds each, in conjunction with
an outer row of ball bearings.

The dual rows of roller bearings are located side by side, beneath the ball of the foot, to enable these
bearings to carry the entire radial load applied by the cyclist, such that the outer row of ball bearings
only carry the relatively low, side to side, thrust loads, thus providing
balanced loads on the bearings.

The patented design is extremely compact, yet provides low friction and maximum durability
, with
more than double the
load carrying capacity of most other pedals systems on the market today.

The axles are precision manufactured in the USA using high strength, heat treated aircraft grade
stainless steel. They are generously sized for maximum rigidity and power transfer to provide
greater efficiency, with less deflection under load, than most other "high end" pedal systems.

Note: while some pedal companies offer pedals with titanium axles, when these are made to the
same dimensions as steel axles, titanium axles are only about 60% as rigid as steel, so the small
weight savings is more than offset by the energy lost due to the increased flexing of the axles.
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Coombe Millennium Pro - aerodynamic walkable cleats
MILLENNIUM PRO Cleat Set  $39.95
Ordering note: the "mirrored" cleat set enables both feet to float
either heel-in or heel-out. The "matched" cleat set is for cyclists
who ride with one foot heel-in and the other foot heel-out.
 
Coombe Millennium Pro walking pads
MILLENNIUM PRO Cleat Pads  $19.95
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Note: the "Track" pad is only recommended for very strong riders.
Coombe Millennium Pro Carbon Cleat Inserts
MILLENNIUM PRO Cleat Inserts  $19.95
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The MILLENNIUM PRO cleats come
with shims which can be used to adapt
to shoe soles having more curvature.

Additionally, one or both of the shims
can be used to increase the release
tension, and/or increase the useful
lifespan of the cleat pad.

The shims are simple to install on
the backside of the pads, and are
keyed to stay in place.
Ordering note: the "mirrored" cleat set enables both feet to float
either heel-in or heel-out. The "matched" cleat set is for cyclists
who ride with one foot heel-in and the other foot heel-out.
 
Ordering note: the "mirrored" inserts enable both feet to float
either heel-in or heel-out. The "matched" inserts are for cyclists
who ride with one foot heel-in and the other foot heel-out.
 
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Coombe Millennium Pro Clipless Bicycle Pedals. High performance, low profile, aerodynamic road bike pedal.
The Millennium Pro pedals are installed by using a 6mm hex key. The left pedal has a groove in the
end of the axle for simple identification, and the pedals are supplied with 3mm axle spacers (not shown)
to increase the Q factor when desired. Longer axles are also available as described further below.  

Greasing the pedal bearings is quick and easy by simply unscrewing the lubrication port screw and
injecting grease into the port with a conical tipped grease gun. With regular lubrication intervals, of
about every two to five thousand miles, depending upon the conditions, the bearings will last for life.   
Coombe Millennium Pro Clipless Bicycle Pedal - High Strength - Low Profile Bearing Design