Shimano SPD Pedals Great Prices at Halfords at the moment M530 £19.99 @ Halfords
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Shimano SPD Pedals Great Prices at Halfords at the moment M530 £19.99 @ Halfords

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Edited by:"davidjmansfield"Found 1st Aug
they are £35 in store and not this cheap anywhere else online. click and collect available

Free delivery from Wiggle
wiggle.co.uk/shi…ls/
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I got these about a year ago and they're brilliant. Heat from me.

great price wiggle on it too, i saw bikeradar post last week with a video how to repair these, seems an expensive waste of time when they are this cheap

Nice pedals, much prefer the look of this than the 520's too

whatyadoinsucka19 m ago

great price wiggle on it too, i saw bikeradar post last week with a video …great price wiggle on it too, i saw bikeradar post last week with a video how to repair these, seems an expensive waste of time when they are this cheap


was it how to repair them or how to maintain them?

Nice price, I have 520's not sure it looks worth the upgrade, anyone else have any thoughts?

te72159 m ago

Nice price, I have 520's not sure it looks worth the upgrade, anyone else …Nice price, I have 520's not sure it looks worth the upgrade, anyone else have any thoughts?


I've had these on my bike for years. Very good - ok to unclip if required to give that extra bit of stability over 520s.

I've fitted mtb peddles on my road bike as I thought these would be better for when commuting to work though I've heard that spd's are better for long distance cycling. Can someone explain why this might be? Does it really make a difference?

LemonHead12 m ago

I've fitted mtb peddles on my road bike as I thought these would be better …I've fitted mtb peddles on my road bike as I thought these would be better for when commuting to work though I've heard that spd's are better for long distance cycling. Can someone explain why this might be? Does it really make a difference?

Thinks it's to do with the positioning of the cleat under your foot. These have a smaller contact area than other types

I have spd pedals on my commuting road bike but only because I can walk as normal in my spd cycling shoes. For long distance then road pedals may be better but opinions differ.

LemonHead39 m ago

I've fitted mtb peddles on my road bike as I thought these would be better …I've fitted mtb peddles on my road bike as I thought these would be better for when commuting to work though I've heard that spd's are better for long distance cycling. Can someone explain why this might be? Does it really make a difference?


I use MTB SPD pedals on both of my road bikes with no problems. Roadies may stare a bit but they are much easier to walk on, you look proper t1t walking in roadie shoes.

Great price, thanks O.P but ordered from Wiggle as free delivery opposed to Halfords £2.99.

LemonHead1 h, 3 m ago

I've fitted mtb peddles on my road bike as I thought these would be better …I've fitted mtb peddles on my road bike as I thought these would be better for when commuting to work though I've heard that spd's are better for long distance cycling. Can someone explain why this might be? Does it really make a difference?


The pedals dictate which type of shoes can be used. MTB shoes with cleats are fairly easy to walk in, but road shoes with cleats are very difficult. Road shoes are much lighter than MTB though, and so are better for long distances and speed. SPD versions are both pretty easy to clip in and out of. For commuting to work MTB shoes/cleats/pedals are probably best.

Any recommendations for a lightweight comfortable shoe to use with these pedals?

Pedals are great I have two pairs. It has been this price since I bought them in may. I also got another 10% off with my British Cycling membership card when I collected them

SpamJavelin1 h, 23 m ago

I use MTB SPD pedals on both of my road bikes with no problems. Roadies …I use MTB SPD pedals on both of my road bikes with no problems. Roadies may stare a bit but they are much easier to walk on, you look proper t1t walking in roadie shoes.


Yeah, like banana boots. A proper t1t alright.

Thanks guys

ronnie_m1 h, 13 m ago

Pedals are great I have two pairs. It has been this price since I bought …Pedals are great I have two pairs. It has been this price since I bought them in may. I also got another 10% off with my British Cycling membership card when I collected them


Pedals are pretty good, certainly easier than trying to turn the cranks without

Have these pedals. Excellent buy at this price.

I always put the A530s on my MTBs. Need to keep them lubricated though.

Just bought it the other day for £35 didn't know about this deal!

afroylnt9 h, 59 m ago

Any recommendations for a lightweight comfortable shoe to use with these …Any recommendations for a lightweight comfortable shoe to use with these pedals?

the m089 Shimano are great, get a size up from regular footwear, Merlin cycles have orange ones for £4

chrisbass14 h, 26 m ago

was it how to repair them or how to maintain them?


Maintain really, but it involved opening them up, cleaning the ball bearings, then Greasing up, resetting and fastening it all back togeather.
im not a massive fettler and so if I have a spare hour I'll ride my bike over fettling.

Most people have time or money not both so an easy decision for me to buy these over fixing

SpamJavelin13 h, 27 m ago

I use MTB SPD pedals on both of my road bikes with no problems. Roadies …I use MTB SPD pedals on both of my road bikes with no problems. Roadies may stare a bit but they are much easier to walk on, you look proper t1t walking in roadie shoes.


Or you just pop a tread cap over them and walk like normal

whatyadoinsucka6 h, 48 m ago

the m089 Shimano are great, get a size up from regular footwear, Merlin …the m089 Shimano are great, get a size up from regular footwear, Merlin cycles have orange ones for £4

£4??? Was going to buy the whole stock

richje10023 h, 46 m ago

Thinks it's to do with the positioning of the cleat under your foot. These …Thinks it's to do with the positioning of the cleat under your foot. These have a smaller contact area than other types


The smaller contact area can certainly be an issue. I used to wear mtb shoes on my road bike for a few years and enjoyed the superior walking ability it brought, particularly when navigating railway station stairs. However, when holidaying in the mountains I found that after a day of climbing my feet would sometimes be quite sore from standing up on the small cleats so much. I didn't have the same issue with road cleats/pedals/shoes. i can't be bothered to swap them over and 'remember' how to clip in/out so I don't use mtb ones anymore. Plus my mtb shoes really are very heavy. True story.

I thought these had always been this price?! I've fitted them on my bike about 2 years ago and still going strong. Decent pedals but still the same price as always.. no heat from me.

fuzzyskwerl15 h, 39 m ago

I thought these had always been this price?! I've fitted them on my bike …I thought these had always been this price?! I've fitted them on my bike about 2 years ago and still going strong. Decent pedals but still the same price as always.. no heat from me.


All Shimano stuff went up in price a lot in the last year, mostly due to exchange rates but also to do with raw material costs. To get them new today for the same price as 2 years ago makes this a pretty good deal.

phew nearly mentioned the dreaded Brexit word in my post. Oh wait there it is...

Can I fit these to an exercise bike?

robertvan113 m ago

Can I fit these to an exercise bike?



Depends if the pedals on the exercise bike are standard bike pedals. Most of the exercise bikes I've used have standard bike pedals.
I have these on my hybrid as sometimes don't always wear my SPD shoes and the M540 on my Diverge road bike and have to say the extra platform was good when first getting used to cleated shoes.

upcreek2461st Aug

Great price, thanks O.P but ordered from Wiggle as free delivery opposed …Great price, thanks O.P but ordered from Wiggle as free delivery opposed to Halfords £2.99.




Click n Collect for free in store - Plus then get another 10% discount British Cycling = £17.99 plus some of us have discounted Halfords vouchers £16.20 - thanks for sharing OP

afroylnt1st Aug

Any recommendations for a lightweight comfortable shoe to use with these …Any recommendations for a lightweight comfortable shoe to use with these pedals?


If you want a reasonable price try the Shimano M065 MTB shoe £53 at Halfords but you can get them for £30 free delivery at Halfords own ebay shop (depending on your size availability) here:

Shimano MTB shoes via Halfords eBay

n3m3s1s5 h, 41 m ago

Click n Collect for free in store - Plus then get another 10% discount …Click n Collect for free in store - Plus then get another 10% discount British Cycling = £17.99 plus some of us have discounted Halfords vouchers £16.20 - thanks for sharing OP


???????All I can say is congratulations. I'm so pleased for you.

Flats 4EVA

upcreek24615 h, 3 m ago

???????All I can say is congratulations. I'm so pleased for you.


whatyadoinsucka2nd Aug

the m089 Shimano are great, get a size up from regular footwear, Merlin …the m089 Shimano are great, get a size up from regular footwear, Merlin cycles have orange ones for £4



many tks

n3m3s1s4th Aug

If you want a reasonable price try the Shimano M065 MTB shoe £53 at …If you want a reasonable price try the Shimano M065 MTB shoe £53 at Halfords but you can get them for £30 free delivery at Halfords own ebay shop (depending on your size availability) here:Shimano MTB shoes via Halfords eBay



Many tks

These are back in stock.Just ordered for collection. Thanks OP - couldn't vote though
Edited by: "fishz" 11th Aug
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