|Price:||£37.52 - £73.80|
- Ideal pedal for recreational riders who commute and tour
- Combines SPD mechanism on one side and a concave stable platform pedal body on the other, you can ride with cleats or normal shoes
- Serviceable cup and cone bearings add to long life of the pedals
- Extra easy engagement and release, and turn up the tension as you progress
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Ideal pedal for recreational riders who commute and tour Combines SPD mechanism on one side and a concave stable platform pedal body on the other, you can ride with cleats or normal shoes Serviceable cup and cone bearings add to long life of the pedals Adjustable cleat tension means you can start off with loose tension for extra easy engagement and release, and turn up the tension as you progress
Top customer reviews
The black one I bought in November 2016, put them on a Specialized Diverge, yet because of the heavy winter I didn't use them much. Today I made my first longer ride, and the left pedal started making cracking - squeaking noises. After 2 hours of riding, it became so worse, it became embarrassing to ride through villages.
I haven't use them for more than 100 km, and they are already failing. Shame on you, Shimano!
I really like the concept, pedals that allow to use both 'normal' shoes and spd shoes, and I just hope the chrome colored pair will not fail as quick as this one, as the chrome colored pair was bought after the black one.
By the way, this are the first pedals that fail me in 15 years. Before I had cheap metal pedals that came with a Merida MTB, some egg beaters from Cranckbrothers, all are in working condition after all these years.
So this says nothing good about the quality of Shimano engineering.
The pedals can get a bit slippy in the extreme wet, but then you are probably going to use your shoes if doing a long trek where that would happen so I won't take a star off for that.
In short: Quality construction, excellent price and versitile .. What more could you want?