Shimano clipless M520 SPD pedals just £13.99 delivered @ ProBikeKit
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Shimano clipless M520 SPD pedals just £13.99 delivered @ ProBikeKit

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Found 28th Jul 2015
These are really great for this price, I've not seen them close for a long time. I've ordered a pair as spare. they come with cleats too.

Available in black, silver and white.

Free delivery too.

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Good price. Hot.

Great price for those. Pro bike kit have some good Shimano deals at the moment.

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Awesome! Just been looking for my first clipless! These will do nicely!!
Heat added!!

toucheroar

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Beat me to it....

Great deal! Can you recommend any shoes in their sale to go with these? and sizing of the shoes? any advice would be gratefully accepted

Bullit proof pedals, no brainer at this price (yet another spare set....)

ODonnyBoy

Great deal! Can you recommend any shoes in their sale to go with these? … Great deal! Can you recommend any shoes in their sale to go with these? and sizing of the shoes? any advice would be gratefully accepted


If you're going for shimano shoes go a size up, check out crc and wiggle too.

Anyone recommend some basic shoes to go with these?

Shoe recommendations would be welcome here too.

Don't know why people advise to buy a size up in Shimano shoes. I'm a size 10 and bought Shimano MT34's in size 45 which is a size 10 to 10 1/2 and fit perfect. If you want to wear 10 pairs of socks in the winter, then maybe..

If you have a shop nearby, probably best just to go try a pair on and see how they fit, but I personally wouldn't want to wear a pair of cycling shoes that would be sliding around as I pedal

I paid about £40 for my MT34's and no issues after a few months, would recommend. Not sure what's available for less
Edited by: "nathanlt89" 28th Jul 2015

great entry level spds

I've got a pair of basic tour style Shimano (bought a size up - still a close fit!) for about £45 in the sales. I also bought a pair of Aldi SPD cycling shoes for about £15. I worn both for 7 years now and frankly they are both great. If anything I wear the Aldis more as they are easier to get on.

What do you mean by clip less?

dealerxxx

What do you mean by clip less?



Attached to the pedals without this

[img]images.duckduckgo.com/iu/?u=http%3A%2F%2Ff.tqn.com%2Fy%2Fbicycling%2F1%2FS%2FN%2F1%2F-%2F-%2Fpedalclips.jpg&f=1[/img]

And would it fit on any mtb ?

Thanks for the fast reply

Try wiggle for shoes they do a pair for £33

Would they fit any Nike or just shimano?

come with cleats so fit any shoe

almost worth getting just for spare cleats at that price.

Wiggle do a great shoe for £33 just check there shoe size guide first their dh 1s

just bought, good offer. It will be my first clipless pedals

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tomzo

just bought, good offer. It will be my first clipless pedals



good luck. make sure you practice where you can hold on, or on a turbo trainer. but tou wont look back, they make cycling much easier

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toucheroar

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fantastic thatnks for adding that in there. i jumped in too early and kissed out

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nathanlt89

Don't know why people advise to buy a size up in Shimano shoes. I'm a … Don't know why people advise to buy a size up in Shimano shoes. I'm a size 10 and bought Shimano MT34's in size 45 which is a size 10 to 10 1/2 and fit perfect. If you want to wear 10 pairs of socks in the winter, then maybe.. If you have a shop nearby, probably best just to go try a pair on and see how they fit, but I personally wouldn't want to wear a pair of cycling shoes that would be sliding around as I pedal I paid about £40 for my MT34's and no issues after a few months, would recommend. Not sure what's available for less



i also bought the same size

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also keep an eye in local paper and ebay etc... for shoes as you can get some good buys. i recent got a pair of specialized sport mtb shoes with cleats for £20 and they looked brand new, the retail at £75.

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markcocko

come with cleats so fit any shoe

markcocko

come with cleats so fit any shoe



make sure they are spd compatable as some shoes are spd sl specific and will not be compatable

First timers get an Allen key and unwind to the loosist setting, and hold onto a wall fence and practise that click out heal manoeuvre,

Shimano size up, I'm a 9 in everything except in shimnano where I'm a 10 (44) in summer, in winter I need a bigger shoe to stop the frostbite

Do they fit any bike I meant....?

Another vote for Aldi shoes here.
I use them with these pedals on my hybrid.

Check your local, mine has a couple different types reduced from their special buy events at the moment.

dealerxxx

Do they fit any bike I meant....?



Yep, pretty sure pedals are standard

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dealerxxx

Do they fit any bike I meant....?



yes

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phil001

Another vote for Aldi shoes here.I use them with these pedals on my … Another vote for Aldi shoes here.I use them with these pedals on my hybrid.Check your local, mine has a couple different types reduced from their special buy events at the moment.



I've had a pair of these before and i thought they were utter tripe

rev6

Attached to the pedals without … Attached to the pedals without this[img]https://images.duckduckgo.com/iu/?u=http%3A%2F%2Ff.tqn.com%2Fy%2Fbicycling%2F1%2FS%2FN%2F1%2F-%2F-%2Fpedalclips.jpg&f=1[/img]



Very good deal but I still like my toeclips.. not convinced about the benefits of clipless..pro's don't pull up on them allegedly..

afroylnt

Very good deal but I still like my toeclips.. not convinced about the … Very good deal but I still like my toeclips.. not convinced about the benefits of clipless..pro's don't pull up on them allegedly..



I find it easier to get my feet off the pedal with clipless compared to being clipped in with straps. Also found that the plastic part dug into my toes too.

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afroylnt

Very good deal but I still like my toeclips.. not convinced about the … Very good deal but I still like my toeclips.. not convinced about the benefits of clipless..pro's don't pull up on them allegedly..



they tend to use the horizontal movements of the foot too, especially the pullback of the foot

atppkr

Anyone recommend some basic shoes to go with these?



ferritmaster

Shoe recommendations would be welcome here too.



Yes, I definitely recommend wearing some basic shoes with these type of pedals oO

The best 'upgrade' you can buy for a bike, once you go clipless you'll never want flats again.

Ordered. Thanks OP! Now to find some cheap shoes for the commute to work...
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