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#2 out of 20 Clipless Pedals
Brand: Shimano



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  • cavedweller
    ***

    I had these until I converted to Crank Bros, which sheds mud and snow better, and weigh less.

    Pros
    easy to adjust, easy to clip in/out

    Cons
    heavy, doesn't do well in mud or snow mix

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  • Steve Mehne
    *****

    replace any pedal you have with this one if you ride xc.

    Pros
    Bomb proof, adjustable tension, rebuildable (if you ever have to)

    Cons
    none

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  • UtPreacher
    *****

    I would recommend these.

    Pros
    Easy install and set up, low maintenance, durable

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  • ryno131
    *****

    These are great.

    Pros
    Works great in all conditions.

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  • chetatkinsdiet
    *****

    What to say that hasn't already been said. These are amazing. They work as they should...the adjustments are great...they handle the mud well. If you can afford to get the XTR, by all means do it as they just do everything better and at less weight. But, for 99% of us, this is the alpha dog here. Currently (end of 2014), the pricing is around $75 most places online. That's an absolute steal.

    Pros
    light
    function flawlessly
    strong

    Cons
    none

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  • JBX
    *****

    never fails you

    Pros
    The standard

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  • herlsy
    *****

    I've been an SPD rider for the better part of 10 years. I decided instead of using non-series pedals i would give these a chance since they were on sale. In terms of build quality they are pretty much the same as the PD-M540 with less weight. The internals appear to be the same. My recommendation is to check for axle play after your first ride, these don't appear to be set well from the factory.

    Pros
    Durable. SPD. Easy to maintain. Easy to adjust.

    Cons
    Heavy compared to other brands.

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