Shimano Ultegra 6800 SPD SL Carbon Pedals - £64.79 with TDF10 Code RRP £124.99. @ Ribble Cycles - HotUKDeals
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Shimano Ultegra 6800 SPD SL Carbon Pedals - £64.79 with TDF10 Code RRP £124.99. @ Ribble Cycles

£64.79 @ Ribble Cycles
I appreciate this is expensive for a set of pedals to those that don't take their cycling seriously, but for those that do, this is a great deal. These are only about a tenner more than the 105 pedals…
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2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago
I appreciate this is expensive for a set of pedals to those that don't take their cycling seriously, but for those that do, this is a great deal. These are only about a tenner more than the 105 pedals and are lighter plus stainless steel spindles, plus they come with a set of cleats which are usually around £15.
Just replaced my old 105s with these and now matches my new Ultegra 6800 groupset.

Shimano Clipless SPD-SL 6800 Ultegra Pedals

The short carbon fibre body construction offers low weight, is super stiff and offers efficient power transfer. The PD-6800 features many of the same technologies as the flagship Dura Ace pedals with the PD-6800 only weighing 8g more.

Top Features of the Shimano Ultegra 6800 SPD-SL Pedals
- Carbon body construction
- Extra-wide platform for a much more efficient transfer of power
- Durable stainless steel body reduces flex and pedal body wear
- Adjustable entry and release tension settings
- SM-SH11 (floating) cleats included

- Axle Material: Stainless Steel
- Cleats Included
- Float (°): 3
- Weight: 260g

Lightweight. Efficient power transfer. Durable and solid interface quick and easy entry bindings. Adjustable entry and release tension settings. These pedals are also durable with a replaceable stainless steel plate that sits across the width of the pedal, protecting the carbon from minor abrasions and pressure caused during clipping and pedaling.
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#1
Cold - doesn't come with a bike (_;)
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How much bhp do they add?
#3
Not sure whether to go for these or 105 for £53...
#4
I've got the 105's and they are fantastic. But for an extra £10 I'd go for the ultegra...just for the poser factor! Heat added.
#5
Got these on my summer bike, there a bit poncy really. Saving of 60 grams over the bog standard ones at 20 quid, no real other difference in use. RRP is a bit of a joke, never ever seen these over about 90. Still, good price if weight saving (or being a bit poncy) is your bag.
#6
chrisbass
Cold - doesn't come with a bike (_;)

If it did at this price, how good do you think it would be? :p
#7
Im looking to upgrade my pedals on my hard rock MTB trek marlin 29er been reading good things about clip-ons pedals can any one recommend some also what shoes to go for don't want to spend to much. I got the cycle bug now been nearly riding 2 months and easy average 20 miles a day now but not ready for Road bike yet that probably be next Summer or i come in to some spare £££.
#8
How much lighter is this compared to the 105?
#9
TypicalAsianFindingDeals
How much lighter is this compared to the 105?

105: 285g
Ultegra: 260g
#10
pothead13
Im looking to upgrade my pedals on my hard rock MTB trek marlin 29er been reading good things about clip-ons pedals can any one recommend some also what shoes to go for don't want to spend to much. I got the cycle bug now been nearly riding 2 months and easy average 20 miles a day now but not ready for Road bike yet that probably be next Summer or i come in to some spare £££.

You can't go wrong with the PD-M520's (http://www.wiggle.co.uk/shimano-pd-m520-pedals/ - not sure if you can get them cheaper)

With regards to shoes - what's your budget as they really range a lot in price. I've got some Mavic Alpine's which are around £70 but can be worn on and off the bike and still look good (obviously not to be worn on a night on the town!). To get a good idea of what's out there just have a look at the Wiggle site http://www.wiggle.co.uk/offroad-shoes/
#11
Cracking price that is - I moved from Look's to Shimano a few years ago and so glad I did!
#12
really good price, I bought these for my carbon fibre road bike a year ago and paid over 100 for them. Heat!
#13
Thanks, bought. Another bargain!!
#14
Are these worth the extra over the R540. Had them for a while like them a lot.
#15
Definitely worth it over the r540's
#16
pothead13
Im looking to upgrade my pedals on my hard rock MTB trek marlin 29er been reading good things about clip-ons pedals can any one recommend some also what shoes to go for don't want to spend to much. I got the cycle bug now been nearly riding 2 months and easy average 20 miles a day now but not ready for Road bike yet that probably be next Summer or i come in to some spare £££.



don't confuse these road type pedals with MTB types. You want double sided pedals, the most common is Shimano SPD, even the very cheapest ones are excellent, functional and bomb proof. Can be had for about 17£ on Wiggle, I run the cheap ones and some XT ones, all function the same, just weight saving vs cost.

I would try shoes and see what suits you, you can get some really funny fits with cycling shoes, from dead narrow to wide, all in the same size. Either try your local bike shop or Decathlon have a range in Shimano/Northwave brands.
#17
pothead13
Im looking to upgrade my pedals on my hard rock MTB trek marlin 29er been reading good things about clip-ons pedals can any one recommend some also what shoes to go for don't want to spend to much. I got the cycle bug now been nearly riding 2 months and easy average 20 miles a day now but not ready for Road bike yet that probably be next Summer or i come in to some spare £££.
Ive always ridden Time pedals, so picked up a 2nd hand pair of atacs off the internet auction site and a pair of off-road shoes from sports direct.
They were £20 which is all I wanted to pay for off road kit (cyclo cross bike).
So impressed was I that I then also forked out £50 for the top of the range muddy fox shoes from sports direct too...

And before anyone gets on their soap box about sports direct, ive been racing for 30 years and these shoes compare favourably with Time, Scott and Specialized shoes ive bought before...
#18
thanks all for great advice
#19
What float of cleats do these come with?
#20
It says 3 degree of float but that doesn't match any shimano cleat I can see
#22
TDF10 isn't working for me
#23
Code still works, but price now upped so comes in at £70.19.
#24
Anyone have any codes for rubble?
#25
Ribble lol.
banned#26
Alternatively for 50p

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