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Commuter Road Bike Pedal Reversible Dual Sided Clipless Shimano SPD / Platform Pedals

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  • Body: Aluminum Black
  • Spindle: Cr-Mo
  • Cleat: 98A or Shimano 51 Compatible (included)
  • Size: 93.5 * 66 * 28.5 [mm]
  • Weight: 320g/pr
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Product Description

This reversible pedal is extremely versatile. One side is platform, the other offers Shimano SPD clipless.

Features:

  • Body: Aluminum Black
  • Spindle: Cr-Mo
  • Cleat: 98A or Shimano 51 Compatible (included)
  • Size: 93.5 * 66 * 28.5 [mm]
  • Weight: 320g/pr


Product Details

  • Item Weight: 15.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B005ZS0WMS
  • Item model number: 001-WP-C099BK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #129,481 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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I started to get more into riding road bikes last year and bought a new one for a decent price and went to putting on new components. I'm a graduate student and don't have a lot of money to spend so I am and was constantly looking for deals. I didn't want true road bike pedals because I use my bike as a everyday commuter and didn't want to wear cleats everywhere. So dual-sided pedals seemed like the way to go. Like the mullet of pedals...business on top, party on the bottom.

Pros:
- Metal (as opposed to plastic or plasticky feeling)
- Nice teeth on the normal pedal side. This is good for everyday riding or having some grip during inclement weather
- Comes with SPD cleats, which worked great (once I got used to clipping in and out)
- Low profile. A lot of dual-sided pedals are HUGE, and these are comparatively smaller, but not too small.

Cons:
- One of the pedals fell off after 3 months of use. I was at the top of a pedal stroke, heard a loud crack, and the pedal came right off. It wasn't even fixable. Had to buy a new set that day.

3 months is obviously not nearly long enough. Maybe I got a bad set, or maybe I got what I paid for.

They were great while they lasted, so hopefully they work out for you if you take that risk.
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Typically I read reviews prior to purchase, but for some reason I didn't do that this time. I had pressed the buy button to quickly and started to have buyers regret after reading many of the reviewers comments. However, my expectations have been truly impressed. I think that I am a fairly aggressive off road MTB rider and have put these pedals through the paces, so to speak, on rides throughout Mt Diablo, Tilden, and my personal favorite Annandale (Disneyland for Mountain Bikers!). The vast majority of times I wear Shimano clip in shoes (a hiking boot style). However, every once in a while I just want to take a short ride to the store or something and want to just wear regular footwear. This pedal has worked great for me. The clips work perfect (better than the $80 pair I returned several months back) and I love having the flat pedal side for use as I approach extra challenging terrain or obstacles.

Many reviews indicated bad bearings, amongst other things. But it has just not been my experience with these pedals. I have been very pleased with their performance and you can't beat the price that I got them for. I highly recommend them.

Shipping was prompt, as promised, no problems.
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These pedals are fantastic with one caveat. The reflectors on either side of the pedal often (its happened to me three times in three weeks) pop out when I'm trying to put my cleat into the pedal and miss. So if you accidentally bump it the reflectors are sure to fall off .
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I had low expectations, knowing that Wellgo is at the lower end of the market, but was very pleasantly surprised. With Shimano SH56 SPD cleats, these pedals are exceptionally easy to get in and out of. I haven't had any unwanted releases, but I'm not sure I'd want to sprint in these pedals. Definitely secure enough for commuting, but not, I think, for racing.

The pedals themselves are very well constructed, lightweight yet metal and not plastic. The bearings, as many have noted, were "crunchy" out of the box, and I took away a star for that. Knowing what to expect, however, I adjusted the bearings before mounting the pedals, and they are reasonably smooth now. The bearings aren't bad, but the adjustment QA at the factory obviously is. You'll need a 15mm flat pedal wrench and a 10mm socket to make the adjustment--just pry up the plastic cover on the outer end of the spindle, and back off the 10mm nut a hair or two until the spindle runs smoothly.

These are slightly less convenient than double-sided entry pedals, as you do have to flip them over to clip in, but they are easy entry even so, and I'm not sure I'd be willing to trade off additional weight for the convenience. (I should note that I have over 30 years experience in clipless pedals of many types, so if you're new to them, you might not find them quite as easy as I do, but they are far and away the friendliest SPD-style I've used, including other Wellgos, genuine Shimano, and Ritcheys).

The non-SPD side doesn't have a lot of "bite" on leather soles, owing to the painted finish on the teeth, but they'll likely improve with time and wear, and they work just fine on rubber-soled sneakers as they are.
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Reversible dual sided gives you the option to either use regular shoes or cycling shoes when using these.
I have them on my indoor bike I use with my trainer. Great for a quick warmup when wanting to do other workouts and not bothering with cycle shoes. When doing and indoor ride using my cycle shoes, clip in and go.
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Purchased two sets to install on one hybrid and another set on a mountain bike. Both have good float and are easy to lock in and out of. We noticed that we lost one of the reflector tabs from one of the pedals. Not a huge deal, but we will be placing some epoxy on the other set so they do not have the same fate. Good overall and it fits our needs of wearing a tennis shoe for a quick ride to the market or a cycling shoe for a longer ride.
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