Keywin Pedals has added 1.5mm stackers (right), which is about half the thickness of some from other brands, and they interlock with each other and the cleat. That last bit means they won’t slide around between cleat and shoe.
They also offer a wedges that interlock, both for varus and valgus, in 1.5º angles, the design of which is licensed from BikeFit. Both the flat and angled spacers match the cleat profile, so it’ll look pro even if you’re stacking a bunch of them under there to handle different leg lengths. Both come in packs of 10 and are meant for retailers that are doing bike fits and selling Keywin’s pedals.
Another part of their fit kit pedal pack with axle spacers. Shown after the break, it includes three sets of pedals with extra long threaded sections and 3, 4 and 6mm spacers to let the fitter get things lined up just right…
Keywin offers six spindle lengths for their pedals (49, 51, 55, 58, 61 and 65mm – the 64 is a typo). The kit above uses the spacers shown below to let bike fitters figure out the appropriate spindle length for the customers with only three sets of test pedals with extra long threaded sections.
Not familiar with Keywin? Check out the story here for details…it’s a unique system.