Shimano M520 SPD pedals £ 13.06 with free delivery @ Amazon
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Shimano M520 SPD pedals £ 13.06 with free delivery @ Amazon

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Found 16th Nov 2013
Black and silver available at this price.
Brilliant price for a set of these pedals.
Looking at the reviews cleats are also included!

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Nice

ps3business

Nice



Plus 7.35% Top cash back also on sports goods inc cycling

Banned

Fantastic price especially with TCB - cheapest I have ever seen these. Free cleats basically - nice one

Paid £15.49 a few weeks back, but it seems Merlin wiggle etc have gone backup to £17.49, then amazon lower to the lowest ever
The cleats are a tenner so absolute bargain

whatyadoinsucka

Paid £15.49 a few weeks back, but it seems Merlin wiggle etc have gone … Paid £15.49 a few weeks back, but it seems Merlin wiggle etc have gone backup to £17.49, then amazon lower to the lowest everThe cleats are a tenner so absolute bargain



Paid the same last week from Evans

V good price

hot

awesome thanks!

cycleman

V good price



I have my new bike

MrToast

I have my new bike


What you got?

Great price for a really good set of pedals with cleats included, had these on my MTB for a couple of years now, still going strong

MrToast

Check the cycle thread … Check the cycle thread :Dhttp://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/official-cycling-thread-965001?page=17#post19679943



Ummm..I'm jealous!
Really fed up with my kona band wagon, got this weird noise from the rear hub, replaced the freewheel but still there, can't track it down.

cycleman

Ummm..I'm jealous! Really fed up with my kona band wagon, got this weird … Ummm..I'm jealous! Really fed up with my kona band wagon, got this weird noise from the rear hub, replaced the freewheel but still there, can't track it down.



I bought a pre built bike, and already I am changing the brakes from avid to XT, and from 3x10 to 2x10, must learnt to buy a frame and build from the ground up

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would these be okay for my boardman mx race? not got the proper shoes yet mind.

I recommend these and use them for both my MTB and road bike.
Aside from the 100gr or so extra weight, with a pair of carbon soled shoes to stiffen up the pedalling platform, you'll notice no difference over non-SPD road pedals. The upside is it makes walking and changing between MTB and road bikes easy.
Bargain pedals.

Gambler

would these be okay for my boardman mx race? not got the proper shoes yet … would these be okay for my boardman mx race? not got the proper shoes yet mind.


I use spds on all my bikes, carbon road included, never could get on with spdsls

Edited by: "cycleman" 16th Nov 2013

can anyone recommend shoes to go with this?

Amazing price cheers sir

I have Look Keo Exustar pedals on my Giant Defy 5 are these suitable for road bikes?

I the Keo ones have only one side for clipping in, fancy trying these as both sides are clip-able

cheets

I have Look Keo Exustar pedals on my Giant Defy 5 are these suitable for … I have Look Keo Exustar pedals on my Giant Defy 5 are these suitable for road bikes? I the Keo ones have only one side for clipping in, fancy trying these as both sides are clip-able


I use these on my giant rapid, which is basically a flat bar version of the defy, great for commuting when you're clipping in and out all the time.

Yeah I've got them on my giant defy 2, easier to have spd's on my mtb and road bike so i can use the same shoes

Cheers OP, just bought some. Have some heat!

They're no egg beaters.

fatreg

They're no egg beaters.



wow thanks for that

but yes they are not egg beaters they are Shimano SPD Pedal E-PDM520L clipless pedals
Edited by: "cheets" 17th Nov 2013

cycleman

I use these on my giant rapid, which is basically a flat bar version of … I use these on my giant rapid, which is basically a flat bar version of the defy, great for commuting when you're clipping in and out all the time.



might get a pair then, put them on my road bike and also need clipin pedals for my mtb

Just to confirm, these will be ok to go on my Road Bike? (New to all this) Thanks in advance.

CarlGordon

Just to confirm, these will be ok to go on my Road Bike? (New to all … Just to confirm, these will be ok to go on my Road Bike? (New to all this) Thanks in advance.



So long as you can get on with clipping in/out with traffic, yes. Take a ride in a park, have a friend (or 3) chase you around, be awkward and generally get in your way till you take the inevitable fall as you can't unclip fast enough. By this point you should have the muscle memory needed to get out more or less sorted
Edited by: "mercutio98uk" 17th Nov 2013

CarlGordon

Just to confirm, these will be ok to go on my Road Bike? (New to all … Just to confirm, these will be ok to go on my Road Bike? (New to all this) Thanks in advance.


Put them on the slackest setting to start with and a couple of drops of lube on the springs.

cycleman

Ummm..I'm jealous! Really fed up with my kona band wagon, got this weird … Ummm..I'm jealous! Really fed up with my kona band wagon, got this weird noise from the rear hub, replaced the freewheel but still there, can't track it down.



The noise is probably/possibly the bearings. Pretty easy to change if you have the right tools which are quite cheap also smear loads of grease on them, assuming they are ball bearings and not sealed. If sealed even easier. Koan and pretty good bikes so probably worth spending a little time and love on her.

fatreg

They're no egg beaters.



Crank brothers stuff is overpriced junk imo

rent-a-tent

The noise is probably/possibly the bearings. Pretty easy to change if you … The noise is probably/possibly the bearings. Pretty easy to change if you have the right tools which are quite cheap also smear loads of grease on them, assuming they are ball bearings and not sealed. If sealed even easier. Koan and pretty good bikes so probably worth spending a little time and love on her.


Yeah, thank you, I'm guessing that's what it is, think I've got a cone spanner somewhere, will have a go this week.

ichayan

can anyone recommend shoes to go with this?



I got these pedals from wiggle a while ago and bought these shoes to go with them. Would recommend. Delivery is from Spain so not the quickest, but no import duties since within the EU. Only a fiver or so for postage I think.
bikeinn.com/bik…6/p

They have others cheaper, but I wanted the top ratchet strap instead of just Velcro.

Excellent find. I don't need these at the moment, but they will come in handy in the future.

Just ordered a Giant Defy 4 on the Cycle to Work scheme so these will go nicely with. Thanks for posting, voted hot. Just need to source some shoes to go with them now, any suggestions?

Why would you need these? Don't bikes come with pedals?

sundog

Why would you need these? Don't bikes come with pedals?



Yeah but most bikes come without clipless pedals.

gizmodo.com/599…als

Been thinking about trying these things for a while. For this price they're worth a punt... just bought a cheap pair of Shimano MTB shoes to go with them too on Chain Reaction Cycles.... a few decent offers on there with a bit of TCB. Hot from me.

Why would you need these? Don't bikes come with pedals?
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