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Delta Bicycle Strapless Toe Clips

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  • Strapless toe clips for cycling
  • Molded from unbreakable nylon
  • Includes mounting hardware
  • 1 size only, no straps required
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Product Description

Product Description

Strapless Toe Clips

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Bike securely with the Delta strapless toe clips. Molded from unbreakable nylon, the clips quickly release your foot when you need to stop. One size only, the clips include mounting hardware.

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Molded from unbreakable nylon.

Unordinary Gear for the Practical Cyclist

For more than 20 years, Delta Cycle has designed elegant cycling accessories and storage solutions to complement a multitude of spaces and lifestyles.

Delta Bicycle Strapless Toe Clips

One size, no straps required

Improve your cycling pattern and input energy while pushing pedals down and pulling up. Easy foot entry and exit, perfect for commuting in cities or when making frequent stops. Clips work well with any footwear, on any pedal.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 3 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000FSQQMS
  • Item model number: TD7100
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (187 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,671 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

These clips are great - very easy to install.
Michael L. Wilson
The toe grips will bend so its easy to find with your foot whenever your going to lock in with the pedals.
Brady J Jackson
I bought these but the mount plate holes were too small for the screws that were provided.
Jason DeVoe

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

62 of 62 people found the following review helpful By T. Quinlan on February 29, 2008
I ride my bike to work. It's an eight mile ride so I don't change clothes, I just bike in with whatever I'm wearing to the office. I wear dress shoes and these clips really allow me climb hills without scuffing or wearing out my nice shoes. I find that I'm also able step out of these at a red light with ease.
They only took a few minutes to attach to my pedals. I've been using them for about eight weeks with no trouble.
When I'm really climbing, I can feel the flex of the plastic. This doesn't present a problem for me, but I suspect a serious mountain biker would probably want something more rigid. But for riding to work; these are a great fit.
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62 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Jane Healy on September 6, 2011
Toe clips are nice for improving pedal efficiency which is why I wanted a pair. I bought these because they are inexpensive, and I honestly wasn't sure what type of clip I wanted to put on my workhorse bicycle. Most toe clips have straps, which I find a pain in the butt for my style of commuting. They rot. They break. They make it hard for commuter riding because you are always getting caught up in them when trying to put your foot down at lights and stop signs. One of the best things about these clips is that there are NO straps you have to worry about! Sure, I could go with techie clipless pedals, but I like the freedom of being able to have clips while at the same time being able to wear any shoe that I want. I don't like having to dump $50 on clipless pedals followed by $100+ for special foot gear that I'm trapped into wearing whenever I want to ride my bike.

These top clips are easy-peasy to step out of at traffic lights, etc. I find that I slide my feet into them almost all the time that I ride; it's so intuitive for me that I don't even consciously do it anymore. Another wonderful feature: I can wear any shoes that I want including monster "mickey mouse" boots that I wear in the dead of winter AND dress pumps when I'm going to the ballet or symphony. You can't do that with clipless pedals!

They attach best to standard platform pedals with a couple of screws. It takes about 5 minutes to mount them. Make sure you really tighten the screws as I lost one of them within about 2 months of first installing them and had to replace it at the hardware store. I retightened all attachment points good and tight and have never had a problem since.
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69 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Juk Luk on June 26, 2009
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I started biking again 2 months ago. When I bought my Trek bike it came with a set of Crank Bros Eggbeaters, which I didn't find practical for NYC urban riding. The first thing is that you have to make sure you have platform pedals with the proper screw holes which will allow you to install these clips. I bought a pair of MKS Sylvan Touring Pedals from Amazon.com and I'm very satisfied.

As soon as I put my feet inside the clips I could feel a difference. Yes, it does help you a lot when you pedaling. My pattern is now more uniform, and I'm inputting energy whether I'm pushing the pedal down or pulling up. It's very easy to take my feet out of them too, which is very importing if you bike in a area like NYC. It took me less than a few minutes to learn how to insert my feet in the clips and although this was my first ride with them I can do it without even looking down most times.

Also, I keep my right foot in when I have to stop and only take my left foot out, when it's time to start pedaling again I then insert my left foot. The good things is that if you have two-sided platform pedals when can pedal on the opposite side of the pedal just to get you going, and once you're moving again then you can proceed to insert your foot, so yes, very easy to use, and they do give you more speed.

If you do pedal on the the side opposite to the clips, do not do it on a curve, as you will scratch them against the pavement.

On this ride I was wearing sneakers, but I also put on my dressy shows size 10 (USA) while I was at home and didn't have any problem doing any of the things that I mentioned above.

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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Michael L. Wilson on December 18, 2007
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These clips are great - very easy to install. The provided hardware makes them fit just about any pedal, and are adjustable in and out so your feet clear the cranks. You cant beat them for the price, and I find them far superior to the older strap style.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Bird Legs on April 5, 2011
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Bought these for the MKS Sylvan Double Sided Touring Pedals. Adapter plates are provided, but not needed on this pedal as the holes line up perfectly. They are mounted on a Schwinn Midmoor bike which I ride on the beautiful 30 mile long American River Bike trail here in Sacramento. The bike trail is completely separated from the road and parallels the American River from downtown Sacramento to Folsom Lake. There is even a turnout overlooking Folsom Prison on this trail for Johnny Cash fans. But I digress.

For me these strapless clips work well. I tried Power Straps, but found them a little fussy to get in and out of, although they might work for someone else. I find these strapless clips are easy to get in and out of, and do enable the rider to get some power into the upstroke. Not as much as the clip-in pedals or toe clips with straps, but I am not Greg LeMond or Lance Armstrong with spandex multi-coloured tights, frog legs, and a $5000 dollar carbon fiber bike. These Delta Clips work fine for a casual rider like me on a recreational bike trail. I rate them four stars instead of five, because they are just barely big enough for my men's size 11 New Balance trail running shoes. I doubt if they would fit size 12 or larger.
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