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  • Not only are the A600 pedals lightweight, but they allow the use of recessed-style shoe soles for comfortable cleat engagement and walkability when your off the bike
  • Clipless pedal technology transfers more power from the body directly to the bike; shoes and pedals perform as a single, highly efficient unit
  • Aerodynamic, single-side SPD design; wide platforms provide efficient power transfer from SPD shoes
  • Adjustable entry and release tension setting

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Specs

Best Use Road Cycling
Pedal Design Clipless
Cleat Design 2-hole
SPD Compatible Yes
Material(s) (Spindle) chromoly / (body) aluminum
Weight 286 grams
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Alternative road pedals I recently purchased these for use with a Giant Defy Advanced 1. Just finished a 120 mile two-day event and appreciated the stable platform and effecient pedaling. I really appreciated being able to walk away from the bike at the end of the second day with recessed cleats. Fortunately, I have a nice stiff pair of cyclo-cross shoes although some people would find them heavy. I figure it's easier to drop a few pounds off the body than spend lots of money to drop a few grams off equipment.
Date published: 2012-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent SPD Road Bike Pedal I have been using Shimano SPD pedals exclusively for more than 5 years on 2 different bikes. I purchased these SPD Pedals to put on my new carbon road bike. These are one of the lightest SPD pedals on the market, lighter than many higher end SPD-S pedals, and their performance has been excellent. Like all Shimano SPD pedals if you turn the tension spring all the way loose, your shoe will never pop out even under the most oppressive climbing conditions and should you need to get out the clip in an emergency, just a slight movement to the right disengages. Very helpful for city riding. While the entry is only on one side, after riding a while it should become "second nature." I was concerned about this at first because my other SPD's are 2 sided. If you need to ride sometimes without clip shoes, you can put sneakers on, and pedal either side because the platform is relatively flat and wide enough. These pedals are the perfect color match for Shimano Ultegra drive-trains but can be used with any drive-trains. Just one note: The coating on these pedals scrapes off easy and shows wear, but does not effect performance. That look does not bother me and I am particular about the condition of the my bike.
Date published: 2012-10-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great pedals for spd on a road bike I have been using these on my road bike for about six months and I am completely happy with them. Currently building up a new bike and I will use these again. I use SPD style because my biking often incorporates errand-running and SPD cleats/shoes allow you to walk with minimal interference compared to traditional road racing cleats. Most SDP pedals are optimized for off-road use which requires lots of clipping in and out quickly and not for road use which generally requires keeping your feet clipped in and spinning for long periods. Previous to this I was using Shimano M324 pedals which are dual sided but the platforms are not as big and I was getting hot spots through my shoes. Since switching to the A600 my feet feel great. These are single sided and can be a little tricker to clip into than off-road style SPD pedals, you need to flip the pedal forward as you put your foot on. Not a big deal for me but definitely something to be aware of.
Date published: 2010-10-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Seamless transition from mtn. SPD pedals I'm an avid mountain bike rider, so when I got my first serious road bike I wanted to stick with entry/exit I'm familiar with and use my mtn. bike shoes. These SPD pedals fit the bill. They look good with Shimano Ultegra components, are comfortable for hours, and feel predictable. Only very minor issues are learning to flip the one-sided pedals over and entry/exit which is stiffer than my mtn. pedals. I expect that will improve with tension adjustment and break-in.
Date published: 2014-01-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Transitional Pedal Can't say much because this is my first pair of clipless pedals, but so far I love them! It's a great pair to transition from regular pedals to clipless. Also, compared to the earlier models (e.g. Shimano A530), this one has a small and sleek design, and weighs close to nothing IMO. The one drawback is that the exterior scratches too easily... then again I am a beginner clipless user and that might just be the case with all pedals...
Date published: 2010-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lightweight larger base pretty Although you can only clip in on one side that was fine with me because it was an easy way to cut the weight. It's the larger platform that my feet ride on that I like. Although I'm riding a road bike I wear mountain bike shoes which are not rigid on the bottom like regular road bike shoes. My complaints, not there fault, is that I've already adjusted them as tight as they can go. I need to switch to a different style if I want it tighter. I've only used these on a couple of rides, it winter, and I'm hoping when things warm up the pedals will spin easier. I'll figure out getting clipped in if the pedal is consistent. Right now it try's to hold a position, so I have look each I need to clip in or fumble around a little. Even if it's upside down I can still easily pedal. Finally, these don't use a wrench but large hex key and pedals require a lot of torque. These were exactly what I was looking for. The lighter weight and larger base, and finally they look good.
Date published: 2014-03-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from SPD Pedals with a Road Bike Aesthetic For rides during which you are on and off your road bike a lot (e.g. extended tours), these pedals allow you to use recessed SPD cleats and mtb shoes for easier walking around and not wearing down the usual non-recessed cleat for road pedals. Unlike typical mtb pedals, this is a sleek pedal that looks good on a road bike.
Date published: 2014-03-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Just OK I have used Shimano products for years and this is the first time I have been disappointed. Clipping in and out is a chore, even with tension set at its lowest and the pedal cleaned and fully lubed. Probably will return as soon I as I obtain an replacement pedal
Date published: 2013-04-16
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Do these include a pair of cleats in the package? If so, which ones?

Asked by: YeOldeBuzzard
The A600 SPD Sport Road Bike Pedals come with SH-51 Lateral Release SPD Cleats.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-09-18

is this best pedal for the shimano shoe R107?

Asked by: rhpster
Yes these are a good match.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-05-20
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