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Shimano PD-M324 SPD Dual Platform Pedal
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- Combination clip/clipless pedals ideal for multipurpose use
- Fully featured SPD-specific clip interface on 1 side of pedals
- Other side features standard platform for use with street shoes
- Aluminum body with barrel finish; cleat retention adjuster
- Includes pair of 2-bolt cleats; pedals weigh 1.17 pounds total
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|Item Dimensions||2 x 5 x 7 inches|
|Item Display Weight||1.5 pounds|
|Item Weight||1 pound|
|Material Type||stainless steel, aluminum|
|Shipping Weight||1.35 pounds|
- Material: stainless steel, aluminum
- Cleat Type: SPD
- Entry / Release:
- Spindle Diameter:
- Pedal Wrench Type: 15 mm
- Compatible Components:
- Weight: [pair] 568 g
- Recommended Use: commuting, pub crawls
- Manufacturer Warranty: 2 year
Top Customer Reviews
Being clipped in makes a BIG difference. More power, feels great.
You can get out of these really easily. I haven't fallen over or had any major scares. The tension was set right already when the pedals arrived.
The versatility of being able to ride either clipped or clipless is great. I rarely ride without being clipped in anymore, but when I need to, it's great to be able to do so comfortably.
The not so good:
A very few times, I've grounded out these pedals while riding fast around a hard corner while pedaling. They do have a little less clearance than a pure clip pedal. Not like it's a huge common problem, but it's happened a few times. Only happens when I'm really pushing hard. Now that I'm used to it, I can easily avoid. But if I was a super-serious rider, this could be a problem.
I've had mine for a month, they were ready to go straight out of the box.
If you want some casual clipless pedals that will make your work-out riding a bit more effective, these are what you're looking for.
The outer area of the pedal is a very strong steel. The pedal's alloy core is colored exactly like the LX group, and as that is a trekking / touring group with the strongest materials and this is a trekking / touring pedal that has the same coloring and theme, then I believe that these are LX trekking pedals. As such, that means they work perfectly, all the time, and they're designed to last at least as long as a bike or two.
Worthy of note is that these are a bit easier to access the platform side, albeit the methodology isn't typical. Instead of flipping it or "scuffing" with your toe, you can just pedal "around" and set your foot right down on it when it's up. This is a bit faster than typical, so its possibly less distracting in city traffic. Also, the SPD attachment is quite strong, so if you happen to mash down with a sneaker, there won't be any damage to the pedal. This is the only "combo pedal" that I've been able to flip while going up a steep hill.
As for the weight, this might be the one SPD pedal that makes your knees feel better instead of worse. The somewhat extra weight adds a beneficial flywheel effect to the pedals which can make it easier to spin a faster cadence. That's quite good for training yourself to do well. It also matches up with the intent of the trekking / touring group in facilitating an easier, lasting, approach to a long distance ride.
quality materials - solid construction, feels like it'll last forever
simple installation - simple instructions, simple installation, quality components
evenly balance - weight difference between flat versus clipped side is minimal so the pedal does NOT rotate (forcing clipped side to always be down)...makes a big difference so that you're not always flipping pedal and then clipping in - can be the difference between that awkward fall, or not being able to get off the line fast enough. HUGE BONUS compared to some other dual platform shoes.
ease of clip in/out - i had never used clip in pedals before so i have no comparison, but i was able to get the hang of it within 2 minutes. stock tension seemed to work just fine for me...to date i haven't had any falls ;)
fairly heavy - should not be an issue as the only people i can imagine looking to cut weight on their bikes are very competetive riders who wouldn't even be considering a dual platform pedal to begin with - so not really a negative in my mind.
OVERAL VERY HAPPY WITH THE PEDALS AND LOOK FORWARD TO REHAB EACH AFTERNOON 25 MILES AT A TIME!
BEING CLIPPED IN REALLY HELPS - CHANGES RIDING FROM STRICTLY A PUSH MOTION TO A PUSH AND PULL TO REALLY WORK ALL OF YOUR LEG - REALLY CAN NOTICE THE DIFFERENCE IN LOW GEARS WHEN GOING UP A STEEP INCLINE WORKING YOUR HAMSTRING.
Once you're clipped in, they do their job nicely. I've pedaled pretty hard uphill and I've never slipped out of these pedals. I don't know how the "float" works on them but I've never experienced pain or discomfort because of the pedals. I've only fallen once on the bike since putting these on and it was because the cleat was loose on my shoe and I failed to clip out in time with the other foot so aside from that little mishap they are really easy to get out of.
I prefer to be clipped into the pedal and I find that I use the platform side seldom. If you use a platform pedal a lot a but want to clip in occasionally, I'd highly recommend these. But if you prefer to be clipped in more so then using a platform pedal then I would look at a road specific pedal.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These pedals are really nothing short of amazing. My bf has them on all his bikes and I finally purchased my own. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by Lauren L.
I use this pedal for my stationary spinning bike and now I can use my clip shoes or regular tenis shoesPublished 13 days ago by Armando
As a first time clip-in rider, I should have done this a long time ago! These are perfect for the casual rider, and the paired shoes are passable for short errands off the bike... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Jim B
These pedals fit my need perfectly. I ride with both clip and clip less shoes when I mountain bike (depending on terrain). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Typhoon
Brilliant compromise pedals for your beater bike. If you mostly cycle with clipless but want your town bike to be flexible, get these.Published 1 month ago by Andrew Lovett-Barron