SHIMANO 105 PD-5700 Road Bike Pedals (Black)
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- Pair of Shimano 105 PD-5700 road pedals with three-bolt SPD-SL cleats with six degrees of built in float
- Durable stainless steel body cover and extra-wide stainless steel platform for efficient power t
- Low maintenance sealed cartridge axle unit
- Large binding target for quick engagement
- Adjustable cleat tension with indicators; two-year warranty
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Featuring an ultra-wide stainless steel pedal platform and adjustable cleat tension, the Shimano 105 pedal performs at a high level without breaking the bank. The durable sealed bearings and stiff cromoly axle mean this pedal stands up admirably to the rigors of competitive riding. Includes one pair of three-bolt SPD-SL cleats with six degrees of built in float.
Updated in 2011, the Shimano 105 PD-5700 road pedals shave off weight while maintaining and improving upon durability and performance. Designed for ease of use and efficient power transfer, the pedals offer an extra-wide stainless steel platform and a large binding target for quick engagement. Thanks to adjustable cleat tension with indicators you can set the cleat system up easily to suit your ride needs. Made to last the pedals feature a low maintenance sealed cartridge axle units with durable sealed bearings and stiff cromoly axles to stand up to the rigors of competitive riding. The pedal set includes one pair of three-bolt SPD-SL cleats with six degrees of built in float. The 105 PD-5700 road pedals carry a two-year warranty to be free of defects in materials and workmanship.
- Stainless steel body cover
- Extra-wide stainless steel platform
- Low maintenance sealed cartridge axle unit
- Durable sealed bearings
- Stiff cromoly axle
- Large binding target
- Adjustable cleat tension with indicators
- Three-bolt SPD-SL cleats with six degrees of built in float
- Weight: 325 grams
- Two year warranty
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I installed the 105 on my road bike over the weekend and did some road test for 10 miles and was generally happy with the product but I need to get use to clipping in only one 1 side. I have to look down several times to see if it on the upward position before I clip it and it is dangerous at intersection since you need to look at the road for cars. I was able to clip out on the right pedal easily but not on the left pedal. I need to reduce tension on the left until I am comfortable. I have not ride fast to see if it will unclip at high speed but will try this week when I commute to work. It does take a bit of getting used to clip in with single side. Overall, this is an older model I think but what the heck, I save $$$.
I'm glad this is what I decided to get for a few reasons.
1) the return to center "float" feels a lot better than the Wellgo's free-float. It feels significantly more solid without causing knee pain.
2) clicking in and out is about as smooth as I can expect. They come adjusted to the lowest tension, and I've considered upping the tension, but haven't had any issues with them coming out accidentally.
3) the cleats are awesome, the "rubbery" contact points aid in traction. I usually just take my shoes off when walking much anyway, but even when stopping the wellgo cleats would slip around.
4)These are much easier to click into, it seems like you don't have to be perfectly lined up to get it to work right, just close enough.
My only con so far is that they come completely coated in grease, it doesn't make any sense to me at all. I had to wipe them down repeatedly to get the rest of the grease off to prevent dirt and grime buildup.
These pedals are installed on my Specialized Roubaix Elite, which has complete Shimano 105 components. So, naturally, the 105 level pedal fits nicely.
It has been nearly six months since my purchase. The pedals have held up nicely against a few falls. The cleats, however, have already been worn down completely. But from what I've read and from what other owners have told me, it is a normal thing to have to replace your cleats about every year or so. Also, there is a great cover made for these cleats that a friend recommended to me "Shimano SH45 SPD-SL Cleats Covers (pair)". They have helped to keep his cleats from wearing down, when walking with them.
-Great for entry level- advanced riders on a budget
-Cleats wear down quickly without covers
The only thing I wish were different would be that they automatically rotate upwards. It's tricky to get clipped into these because they will point downwards and you have to rotate them prior to clipping in. I thought I saw a review saying they auto-rotated, but that isn't true.
Would buy again, but might consider the model down to save some $$.