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Look Keo Classic
Upgrade to clipless pedals and you'll benefit from increased efficiency, comfort and safety. Look's Keo Classics boast wide contact areas for easy entry/exit and excellent efficiency so that all your energy goes into forward motion. The Classics are made from durable composite materials and feature dual bearings for incredibly long life. They also have adjustable spring tension so you can set the amount of effort required to click in and out.
Shimano PD-R540 Pedal
The PD-R540 Pedals are affordable and easy to ride! Entry and exit is natural so you'll have no trouble starting and stopping. And, when you're clipped in you'll pedal with more power and comfort. The R540s are light, too, so they make a nice upgrade.
Shimano 105 SPD-SL Pedals
With Shimano's 105 SPD-SL pedals, you get Dura-Ace features without the price tag. They sport extra-wide platforms with stainless-steel plates, which improves pedal contact, and reduces wear and flex, too, for even more efficient power transfer. These fine pedals boast sealed cartridge bearings so they'll last year in and year out, too. Plus, the adjustable entry and release tension lets you dial-in the perfect feel.
Shimano Deore XT SPD Pedals
Based on their race-winning XTR design, Shimano's Deore XT SPD Pedals deliver super easy entry and exit, wide, stable and comfortable platforms and an open, mud-shedding design. They're also built to last with tough chromoly axles and low-maintenance sealed bearings. And the cleat tension is adjustable so you can dial in the perfect setting.
Shimano Ultegra SPD-SL Pedals
Shimano's Ultegra SPD-SLs afford you all the luxuries you expect from competition road pedals. These wonders sport extra-wide platforms with stainless-steel plates, which both improve pedal contact, reduce wear and provide awesome power transfer. These low-profile pedals also bring you closer to the axles for more efficient pedaling. And, the near-vertical hanging position makes getting in after stops and on starting lines super easy. Plus, the adjustable entry and release tension lets you dial-in the perfect feel.
Shimano PD-M970 XTR Pedals
Shimano's XTRs are the pinnacle of off-road pedals. They're easy to enter and exit, offer wide, stable and comfortable platforms, feature an open design for excellent mud shedding and are nice and light, too. They're also built to last with tough chromoly axles and low-maintenance sealed bearings. And the cleat tension is adjustable so you can dial in the perfect setting.
Speedplay Light Action Chromoly
Speedplay's Light Action Chromoly pedals are the easiest Speedplays to get into, so they're the perfect solution for seasoned cyclists with delicate knees, and first-time clipless-pedal users alike. They provide 15-degrees of knee-saving float without the self-centering action inherent in most pedals, so you don't work against spring tension. Their compact and low-profile design positions your feet closer to the axles for maximum power transmission and excellent cornering clearance. They boast chromoly axles with needle and cartridge bearings for smooth spinning and feature dual-sided entry and early release for super easy starts and stops.
Speedplay Zero Chromoly
Speedplay's Zero Chromolys are fantastic pedals for road cycling thanks to their low weight, cornering clearance, adjustability and easy entry and exit. This means you'll be the first out of stop signs and start lines and the least likely to pop a pedal when flying through a corner. So adjustable that your doctor or physical therapist might recommend them, the Zero's let you choose a fixed cleat position or up to 15-degrees of float. And, they also boast needle and cartridge bearings and a cleat-based engagement mechanism that ensures you won’t clip out when going hard.
Speedplay Light Action Stainless
Speedplay's Light Action Stainless pedals are the easiest Speedplays to get into, so they're the perfect solution for seasoned cyclists with delicate knees, and first-time clipless-pedal users alike. They provide 15-degrees of knee-saving float without the self-centering action inherent in most pedals, so you don't work against spring tension. Their compact and low-profile design positions your feet closer to the axles for maximum power transmission and excellent cornering clearance. They boast durable stainless-steel axles with needle and two cartridge bearings for smooth spinning and feature dual-sided entry and early release for super easy starts and stops.
Speedplay Zero Stainless
Speedplay's Zero Stainless are superb pedals for road cycling thanks to their light weight, cornering clearance, adjustability and easy entry and exit. This means you'll be the first out of stop signs and start lines and the least likely to pop a pedal when flying through a corner. So adjustable that your doctor or physical therapist might recommend them, the Zero's let you choose a fixed cleat position or up to 15-degrees of float. Plus, these pedals are exceptionally light, making them a great choice for your prized road rocket. And, they also boast needle and cartridge bearings and a cleat-based engagement mechanism that ensures you won’t clip out when going hard.
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