If you're an aggressive rider, and you don't want to deal with the weight penalty that typically comes with platform style clips, you'd do well to consider the Mavic Crossmax XL Ti pedal. At 340g, it's lighter than many XC oriented options, but it has an enormous pedal body for added security when the trail gets wild. And with Time's renowned ATAC interface handling the retention, you can be sure that your feet will stay put through the roughest terrain, and you'll be able to unclip even in peanut butter mud. Whether you're an Enduro racer, or you've just been calling it mountain biking all along, these puppies will help to keep you in control when you need to remind yourself what scary fast feels like. When you're pushing your skills to the limit, you need pedals that are both completely secure, and quick to disengage if the need should arise. As you probably know, neither of the aforementioned factors is in question with the ATAC interface. The parallel bars that hold the cleat in place allow for 2. 5mm of lateral float. That works in conjunction with 10 degrees of angular float, which keeps your knees tracking smoothly, and pain free. By flipping the cleats, you're able to achieve a generous 17 degree release angle, or a more conservative 13 degree angle. And you're able to choose from three spring tension settings, which operate independently of your chosen release angle. In other words, you get the tools you need achieve the setup that works best with your body, and for your personal tastes. To achieve the svelte 340g weight, Mavic has chosen to build the Crossmax XL Ti on a robust composite body. The result is a massive platform that will shrug off all but the hardest rock strikes. It's identical to the Crossmax XL, with the obvious exception of a lighter weight titanium spindle. It saves a generous 45g over its steel spindled sibling, making it ideal for Enduro racing. The Mavic Crossmax XL Ti pedal is available in one size, and in the color Black.