Shimano SPD M520 MTB Pedals £13.99 (reserve and collect) Halfords
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Shimano SPD M520 MTB Pedals £13.99 (reserve and collect) Halfords

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Found 15th Jul 2013
Great value mtb pedals. Shows as £17.49 but extra 20% taken off at checkout. Link is for silver, they may have black and white too.

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Original Poster

Link to white here.

Cant find the black though.

Original Poster

Edited by: "2003bluecat" 15th Jul 2013

I've been using these on my daily commuter for last 18m, still a good positive action when I click in and at this price they're a bargain.

great pedals, I use them on my road bike as I wanted shoes I could walk in.

so what shoes go with these?

are these just for special bike trainers or are one side for normal shoes, trainers

I bought them with these wiggle.co.uk/dhb…oe/ , pretty good reviews.

Original Poster

These are double sided SPDs so will work with SPD compatible (generally MTB) shoes. Although they will work with some road cycling shoes that take 2 bolt cleats.

Please note also these come with the cleats provided, so you just need some compatible shoes and a bit of courage

Also just pointing out that this is the usual Amazon price, although they are out of stock at the moment.

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darkfish

Also just pointing out that this is the usual Amazon price, although they … Also just pointing out that this is the usual Amazon price, although they are out of stock at the moment.



Could you provide a link please as the only one I could find was £20+. Would be useful for those who would rather use amazon.

Many thanks

darkfish

I bought them with these … I bought them with these http://www.wiggle.co.uk/dhb-m10-mountain-bike-cycling-shoe/ , pretty good reviews.



What size should I go for? im a size 10, euro size is 45 so its a uk 9.5 and 46 is a 10.5

2003bluecat

Could you provide a link please as the only one I could find was £20+. … Could you provide a link please as the only one I could find was £20+. Would be useful for those who would rather use amazon.Many thanks



amazon.co.uk/gp/…8-1

first one on the list

2003bluecat

Could you provide a link please as the only one I could find was £20+. … Could you provide a link please as the only one I could find was £20+. Would be useful for those who would rather use amazon.Many thanks



amazon.co.uk/Shi…als

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paulj48

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B000KC3Y0Q/ref=dp_olp_new?ie=UTF8&condition=new&qid=1373901571&sr=8-1first one on the list



Thanks, for some reason that wasn't showing up on the mobile site (_;)

NOT_WORKING

What size should I go for? im a size 10, euro size is 45 so its a uk 9.5 … What size should I go for? im a size 10, euro size is 45 so its a uk 9.5 and 46 is a 10.5



If you're planning on walking/running in the shoes for more than a few hundred meters you may be better getting something like this.

Shoes with stiff nylon or fibreglass soles aren't a lot of fun to walk in as your foot won't bend as it normally likes to.

Cleats are included too.

I have these or similar on my roadie-biased hybrid (mtb shoes) and they've done me fine so far.
Edited by: "_g_" 15th Jul 2013

These are an absolute bargain. Ordered. Thanks

Remember an additional 10% if you're a british cycling member (click and collect to pay in store only)
Edited by: "hallamhash" 15th Jul 2013

This is a good deal but I prefer the Shimano M424 pedals because you can wear ordinary shoes with them as well as cleats.
£20-25 from a whole bunch of places
[img]wigglestatic.com/ima…jpg?w=350&h=350&a=7[/img]

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elbrownos

This is a good deal but I prefer the Shimano M424 pedals because you can … This is a good deal but I prefer the Shimano M424 pedals because you can wear ordinary shoes with them as well as cleats.£20-25 from a whole bunch of places[img]http://www.wigglestatic.com/images/shimano%20m424%20pedals%2004.jpg?w=350&h=350&a=7[/img]



£18.39 at Halfords

elbrownos

This is a good deal but I prefer the Shimano M424 pedals because you can … This is a good deal but I prefer the Shimano M424 pedals because you can wear ordinary shoes with them as well as cleats.£20-25 from a whole bunch of places[img]http://www.wigglestatic.com/images/shimano%20m424%20pedals%2004.jpg?w=350&h=350&a=7[/img]



Yeah, same here. Just bought from Halfords with the discount. As above - £18. Bargain.

elbrownos

This is a good deal but I prefer the Shimano M424 pedals because you can … This is a good deal but I prefer the Shimano M424 pedals because you can wear ordinary shoes with them as well as cleats.


Do you find you can still get the cleats in just as easily?

How does it feel peddaling with normal shoes? I had some like that at some point before I used cleats and can remember it being a bit annoying - the bit that held the cleat always kinda stuck up in to your foot (not the same model).

these are great. can anyone recommend a bike I can put them on? I bought them but not sure they'll work with my bike. should have checked first really.

I have a racer.

I have mine on my Charge scourer - which is near enough a racer bar the flat bars and disc brakes.
It has a road 'compact' front crank setup and they work fine. I also have tri bars for getting leant forward.
I use mountain bike 'boots' on it and they work fine - got these many years ago on a bike to work scheme, but never used them with the cleats before last year.

darkfish

I bought them with these … I bought them with these http://www.wiggle.co.uk/dhb-m10-mountain-bike-cycling-shoe/ , pretty good reviews.



Thanks ordered these to, seem a good price.

getsemail

these are great. can anyone recommend a bike I can put them on? I bought … these are great. can anyone recommend a bike I can put them on? I bought them but not sure they'll work with my bike. should have checked first really. I have a racer.



Almost all bikes have 15mm pedal threads, you should be fine.

When fitting just be mindful that the left hand pedal is reverse thread so you have to tighten it the opposite way to the right hand pedal.

Also it's really useful to put a bit of grease on the pedal thread, if not they can be an absolute nightmare to remove later on.


Edited by: "LouO" 16th Jul 2013

Got 2 pairs of these from fleabay 3 years ago for £19 a pair (cheapest at the time).
I uses them on my hybrid and road bike.

Both my sets came boxed with the black plastic clip-on adapters to give one side of the pedal a usable platform to use normal shoes on so making them dual puprose. This is of course removable if they annoy you.

This link shows you a pic of what I mean. amazon.co.uk/Ped…520

Original Poster

Can we unexpire this as it's still working?

Great pedals, use them on my commuter bike. You can get MTB shoes which have recessed cleats so you can still walk in them. Wouldn't recommend for a roadie though.

also looking for a decent pair of shoes for these pedals

so you all reckon these: wiggle.co.uk/dhb…oe/ ?

Has a pedal freak come to peddle his pedals on HUKD, this is about the third this week!?

_g_

Do you find you can still get the cleats in just as easily?How does it … Do you find you can still get the cleats in just as easily?How does it feel peddaling with normal shoes? I had some like that at some point before I used cleats and can remember it being a bit annoying - the bit that held the cleat always kinda stuck up in to your foot (not the same model).



I have both the M520's and the M424's. Yes the M424's are very easy to clip into and yes you can feel the pedal in the bottom of your foot if you wear normal shoes.

I bought the M424's because on extreme off-road trails using M520's I would ride unclipped with the arch of my foot on the pedal. The trouble is my foot would slip off too easily so I thought the M424's would be an ideal solution. To be honest, the M424's don't really solve this issue as I find it's too easy to accidentally clip back into them.

I found it was better to either ride with either the M520's or flats. However, because it's become second nature to unclip without falling I haven't used the flats for a couple of years.

Bouncypete

I have both the M520's and the M424's. Yes the M424's are very easy to … I have both the M520's and the M424's. Yes the M424's are very easy to clip into and yes you can feel the pedal in the bottom of your foot if you wear normal shoes. I bought the M424's because on extreme off-road trails using M520's I would ride unclipped with the arch of my foot on the pedal. The trouble is my foot would slip off too easily so I thought the M424's would be an ideal solution. To be honest, the M424's don't really solve this issue as I find it's too easy to accidentally clip back into them. I found it was better to either ride with either the M520's or flats. However, because it's become second nature to unclip without falling I haven't used the flats for a couple of years.



Try the M324s, I bought them as I like the option to just wear normal shoes ie to popto the shops or work, yet clip in on sports rides. They have a proper flat (normal) pedal on one side. Easy also to get away from the lights etc without clipping in.

No stock in any colour.

NOT_WORKING

What size should I go for? im a size 10, euro size is 45 so its a uk 9.5 … What size should I go for? im a size 10, euro size is 45 so its a uk 9.5 and 46 is a 10.5



I realize this is very late. I'm a size 10 too and the pair of size 46 I ordered were slightly too big, now waiting on a size 45 as well to compare

OOS sadly

elbrownos

This is a good deal but I prefer the Shimano M424 pedals because you can … This is a good deal but I prefer the Shimano M424 pedals because you can wear ordinary shoes with them as well as cleats.£20-25 from a whole bunch of places[img]http://www.wigglestatic.com/images/shimano%20m424%20pedals%2004.jpg?w=350&h=350&a=7[/img]

£15.99 from Halfords at the moment with the promotion.

darkfish

I realize this is very late. I'm a size 10 too and the pair of size 46 I … I realize this is very late. I'm a size 10 too and the pair of size 46 I ordered were slightly too big, now waiting on a size 45 as well to compare



Hmmm ordered the 46's also have to see how they fit me, keep me updated with how the 45's fit

Thanks

Try go outdoors also, price match plus extra 10% off!
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