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Rated5out of5byGatorcoltfromFantastic Pedals!!I just bought a second pair of these pedals for a new bike. I love them, easy to get into, easy to get out of! They are durable and I've had zero problems. You pop out pretty easy when you wreck too!! These are great pedals!!
Date published: 2013-12-15
Rated4out of5byJeremy BellfromGood Pedals, But Not For MeThese pedals are great for what they are. I had them on my commuter bike for about a week and then decided to get the spd520a instead since I rarely ride without clips. They were much lighter and gave a sleeker look. I you do a good 50/50 with regular shoes and bike shoes, these would be great for you.
Date published: 2013-09-10
Rated4out of5byJD OFBikerfromShimano M324 SPD PedalsAs an OF (Old Fart) newer biker I was more than a little leery of making the transition to clips. Has been generally unproblematic getting used to clipping in and the ever so important remembering to get unhooked in a timely fashion. No doubt the embarrassing "tip-over" is still in my future, but so far so good. Having the dual nature is great when I'm riding with the grandkids and sneakers.
Date published: 2013-07-17
Rated5out of5byrocket beastfromWorth the doughI was hesitant to pay for snap-ins but have become a believer. I'm primarily cycling for fitness. Pedal efficiency increased from 50% ish to at least 90% ish. Easier to keep feet on pedals in high vibration terrain. Allows more focus on speed and navigation, particularly when fatigued. Having feet snapped in is awkward at first but became second-nature within 4 miles of the first ride.
I bought these for the ability to take gravel and debris without paint chipping or highly visible scratching. The non-clip-in side is good for having more control / availability to demount on tricky technical moves (stream crossing, steep decent).
Date published: 2013-05-19
Rated4out of5bydave124fromJust what I wanted.At first I feared clipping in to my Mountain Bike because I crash so often. I recently went over the handlebars with these puppies and I remember thinking, "Oh no, I'm going to be still connected to the bike as I go face first into the ground." It wasn't so. I was able to get off and out away from the bike and minimized injury. I love these pedals because you can use a normal shoe or a clip shoe to ride around. I have had these for a couple years and if they ever need replacing, I will get the same ones again. One star off because of the price and the weight.
Date published: 2013-04-06
Rated4out of5byharrymurpheyfromI have installed these pedals 2 bikesLiked first set, purchased second set, installed on a Trek 8.6DS and a Hard-Tail Mountain Bike. Easily Adjustable, can set cleat release down to nothing ... up to extremely hard ... very broad range. Extremely durable/tough ... cost: slightly heavy but seems indestructable. Very Pleased Will purchase third set if ever needed (another future bike ???)
Date published: 2013-01-05
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