Shimano PDT400 Clickr Pedal
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- Reduced effort offers the efficiencies of a clipless system with little fuss? to put a foot down fast for unexpected stops
- Because of the easy-to-use design, these also work great for bike touring, commuting, leisure riding or any other riding where you make frequent stops.
- Dual-side entry; pop-up cages within the pedals grab cleats for fast
- Spring tension can be adjusted to your preference.
- SPD cleats are included
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Designed for ease-of-use, the Shimano Click'R PD-T400 bike pedals feature an easy-to-engage pedal/cleat interface for riders wanting to try clipless pedals for the first time. At the heart of the Click'R design is a light, easy-to-engage cleat spring that makes it quick and simple to clip in and clip out of the pedals. .Please note that the SPD cleats will only work with 2-hole SPD-compatible shoes.Couple this pedal with the Shimano shoe CT40 (campmor # 54667).
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The PD-T400 pedal is the latest design offered by Shimano and features an upgraded spring mechanism that provides better reliability. The shoe clips into the pedal easier and is less likely to pop out during upward motions, when the pedal spring tension is properly set. Pulling the shoe out is easily accomplished with a twisting motion in any direction. The SH-51 cleat was less likely to release during twisting motions. The combination of the PD-T400 pedal with the SH-56 cleat is a super way to go if you're going to be riding in a start-stop route, such as a route with periodic street corners or other disruptive elements.
The PD-T400 pedal supports a recessed cleat, which makes it easier to walk around using a shoe fitted for this pedal. Some shoes don't have the cleat fully recessed, which gives the feel of having something stuck to the bottom of your shoe when you're walking around (the cleat hits the ground).
For compatibility, I purposely chose all Shimano, so these pedals cleanly replaced the former stock Shimano pedals on my Raleigh bike. Installation was super easy. Remember, when removing your LEFT pedal, rotate your wrench CLOCKWISE, not counterclockwise! The left pedal contains reverse-direction threads to keep the pedal from coming loose while riding. Conversely, when installing the pedals, thread the left pedal onto your bike counterclockwise. The right pedal is threaded clockwise during installation.
After installing these pedals, I was happy to find that I didn't need to adjust anything. All I did was thread them onto my bike, tighten them down, and the spring tension was just right with no adjustment. My Shimano shoes clipped right into the pedals and were a perfect fit. A simple twist and they pop out of the clip. When grinding away at a cadence of 110+, these hold tight without any slippage.
Highly recommended for those looking to upgrade to a clipped and cleated ride.
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