Shimano SH51 SPD Cleats
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I do not walk on the cleats other than up the basement stairs and into the driveway, and I ride exclusively on rural roads without much stopping at all. I estimate that the cleats have maybe seen 100 click-in, click-out cycles, and they already need to be replaced.
I think it should be possible to design a better, more durable cleat for the 105 pedals.
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I ordered these original replacemanet cleats and installed them along with the included new hardware. Everything feels like brand new again and this time I think I'll make an effort to treat my cleats a little better.
These fit perfectly and seemed to be a good deal. I'm happy.
I've used all pedal systems from the major manufacturers- these are easily at the top. These provide some float- and though nowhere near as generous as Speedplays (which are junk pedals, in my opinion), they are reasonable and are gentle on knees. If you need the fixed cleat, Shimano offers it as well.
Keep them clean, as any dirt in the screw insets will cause issues with operation.
All in all, nothing to complain about- they are standard issue with Shimano pedals sold nowadays. Easy to install and maintain.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Like that these SH-12 blue cleats give me a little wiggle room, but not too much. Good solid clip in on older Dura-Ace pedals.Published 14 months ago by Wm
These are very good cleats. Remember to re-tighten them to the bottom of your shoes from time to time. They can work loose after several hours of riding.Published on January 30, 2013 by uncle-buck
Package was opened and missing metal washers that are on intrical part for attaching cleat to shoe. Without the washers the cleats are unusable.Published on January 3, 2013 by Martin E. Norcini
The cleats are great but you wear them out quickly if you walk on them. If you plan on doing hiking in your bike shoes get covers! They'll pay themselves back quickly. Read morePublished on August 30, 2011 by Magnus Gille