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Shimano M540 SPD Bike Pedals

The Shimano M540 SPD bike pedals feature an open pattern that helps shed mud for worry-free riding. See details

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The Shimano M540 SPD bike pedals feature an open pattern that helps shed mud for worry-free riding.

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The Shimano M540 SPD bike pedals feature an open pattern that helps shed mud for worry-free riding.

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The Shimano M540 SPD bike pedals feature an open pattern that helps shed mud for worry-free riding.

  • Fluorine-coated binding claws allow for easy entry and release
  • Pedals are dual-sided for easy entry and feature strong, durable chromoly spindles with 8mm Allen wrench mounts
  • Low-maintenance sealed bearing cartridge axles
  • Shimano SH51 cleats included
  • 8mm Allen wrench is required for installation, sold seperately

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Shimano M540 SPD Bike Pedals Specs
Specification
Description
Best use
Mountain biking
Clipless
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Chromoly spindle
346 grams
Pedal design
SPD compatible
SPD-SL compatible
Time compatible
Look compatible
crankbrothers compatible
Speedplay compatible
Material(s)
Weight

Shimano M540 SPD Bike Pedals

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Shimano M540 SPD Bike Pedals is rated 4.6667 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Workhorse SPD I originally bought these pedals for my Cannondale Prophet, for light freeriding, cross country, and epic day rides. The all-metal construction isn't the lightest, it sure makes these babies stand up to some heavy abuse. Pedal strikes on rocks, laying the bike down: whatever you can dish out, they'll take. After awhile, I installed these on my track bike to commute to work. They stood up to abuse in Boston, New York, and Atlanta. I crank the tension WAY up to keep me locked in, and I like the minimal float (I sold a pair of speedplays because they felt comparably sloppy, float-wise). The real cons for me? I guess to shave a few grams, Shimano removed the traditional pedal-wrench-compatible where you could remove and install these with a pedal wrench. You're left to install these with only an allen wrench on the inside of each spindle�??so if they get stuck on, you're in for some work. A local bike shop installed a new drivetrain on my bike, forgot to lube the threads, and I was left with a stuck pedal, and eventually a cracked spindle. Hence, I'm on my second pair of M540s. I'll be mounting them to my Ti road bike soon. Bottom line? These things are tough enough for the trail, and reliable enough for daily commutes in slush, rain, and muck. They're my go-to for pretty much everything on a bike.
Date published: 2014-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Bought these to replace my old SPD pedals on my vintage Fuji touring bike. That pair was over 20 years old and saw a lot of hard use in the past 5 or 6 years. Gotta say the last pair made me a believer in Shimano pedals. The new pedals are easier to adjust, easier to get in and out of and overall a major improvement. They have a little more free play while still feeling very solid under foot which makes them overall more comfortable for me. I like the feel of SPD pedals in general and these pedal are a definite step up in terms of comfort. Highly recommended.
Date published: 2014-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent pedals I have a pair of SPD pedals on each of the bikes I use. They are great and easy to use. Never had any adjustment issues or difficulty in clipping-out. They work exactly as desired. These particular pedals are rugged and light-weight for everyday used.
Date published: 2014-03-21

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