Shimano PD-M530 MTB SPD Trail Pedals £19.99 delivered @ Wiggle
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Shimano PD-M530 MTB SPD Trail Pedals £19.99 delivered @ Wiggle

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Found 1st Oct 2017
Good price for the money, including delivery as over the £9 mark. Same at Halfords but no free delivery there. The white version are £21.98, you just need to select the colour, just under the review section and price

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Value for money dual-sided SPD pedal, perfect for cross country trail riding. This trail pedal is ideally suited to tackle single track and ultra-technical descents with control and confidence.

Top Features of the Shimano PD-M530 MTB SPD Trail Pedals
Available in Black or WhiteOpen design helps to shed mudWeight: 455g (pair)
Product DataMTB:Yes Weight (g):455

Features
The large integrated cage provides excellent pedal to shoe contact increasing stability and control.
Sealed cartridge bearing spindle keeps out water and mud for a smooth action, and makes for a durable pedal.

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Hot for "ultra-technical descents" is that a stunt or a technique for falling off?

Ehh.... they forgot their bikes
Edited by: "nougat" 1st Oct 2017
Spds don’t give me confidence on anything remotely technical
Cheers . Ordered for collection at Halfords. Time to get off my fat......and get fit.
I have these pedals and Shimano SPD shoes and they are ideal for tracks and trails.
Really good pedals - I've been using these for a few years now, and other than a few bumps and scratches they are as good as new and there is no need to replace at all.

You can also ride your bike wearing trainers for a quick ride to town, etc ... not ideal as the SPD element is slightly raised, but its good to have a decent sized pedal around the SPD element.
I've had the same M520 spds on my commuter for 20 thousand km of riding. Brilliant pedals, same as these but without the cage/platform.
Halfords and Evans will price match in store.
I'm going to be in the minority here I'm sure but I really dislike these pedals to the extent that they put me off clipless pedals except on gym spin bikes. I bought the M530s to complement a pair of M088 Shimano spd shoes. The shoes are excellent but the cleats are recessed and the black cage on the edge of these pedals catches on the shoe as you try to unclip. The only way to make un clipping viable was by butchering the shoes to the extent that I should be just bought some road shoes.

Unfortunately I've tested out the M530s with a pair of 069 road shoes (my wife just bought them yesterday for spin classes) and the pedals are so stiff it's almost impossible to stay on the bike and twist your foot to un clip.

Obviously I don't recommend these but I have voted hot as it's a good deal.
KitKatFox36 m ago

I'm going to be in the minority here I'm sure but I really dislike these …I'm going to be in the minority here I'm sure but I really dislike these pedals to the extent that they put me off clipless pedals except on gym spin bikes. I bought the M530s to complement a pair of M088 Shimano spd shoes. The shoes are excellent but the cleats are recessed and the black cage on the edge of these pedals catches on the shoe as you try to unclip. The only way to make un clipping viable was by butchering the shoes to the extent that I should be just bought some road shoes. Unfortunately I've tested out the M530s with a pair of 069 road shoes (my wife just bought them yesterday for spin classes) and the pedals are so stiff it's almost impossible to stay on the bike and twist your foot to un clip.Obviously I don't recommend these but I have voted hot as it's a good deal.


i can only assume you have left the pedals as is and not untightened the spring with an Allen key, I have these m530 (as well as the m520 no surround and the m540 (premium of m520)) on different bikes and I have untghtened every pair to 1/2 a turn from the loosest setting. I also wear the m088 Shimano shoes I'm on my 2nd and 3rd pair and they work perfectly fine with these pedals .
darksideby1821 h, 24 m ago

These would work with these …These would work with these pedals?https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/specialized-cadet-shoe-deep-black-or-blue-2899-delivered-ebayrutlandleisureoutlet-2795775?page=1&newcomment=32057019#comments-new



Yes - the SPD cleat attaches to the shoe (where the 2 stripes are)
Edited by: "Macdory" 1st Oct 2017
Macdory42 s ago

Yes - the SPD cleat attaches to the shoe (where the 2 stripes are)


Thank you.
whatyadoinsucka42 m ago

i can only assume you have left the pedals as is and not untightened the …i can only assume you have left the pedals as is and not untightened the spring with an Allen key, I have these m530 (as well as the m520 no surround and the m540 (premium of m520)) on different bikes and I have untghtened every pair to 1/2 a turn from the loosest setting. I also wear the m088 Shimano shoes I'm on my 2nd and 3rd pair and they work perfectly fine with these pedals .


Definitely have them on the lowest setting, I have tried 520s on the same bike that a mate let me borrow and they were absolutely fine.
Hot price, I've got a couple of pairs of M520's on different bikes that I snapped up for £15 a piece (hot). Great upgrade for an extra fiver which provides more sole/pedal contact.
Just been to pick up the A530 which is a normal pedal on one side. They bring the price for £42 to 19.99 when I showed them the online price.. EDIT, I made an honest mistake and showed him a link to the M530 and he couldn’t tell I was buying the A530 which is listed as £34.99 online. Result!.
Edited by: "Be79n" 2nd Oct 2017
For anyone who hasn't noticed, these pedals are now 50p cheaper.
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