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- Shimano PD-M520L MTB Sport Pedals w/ Cleats.
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Shimano M520 Clipless Pedal has an all Alloy Body with cartridge bearings. Chrom-Moly spindle, SPD cleat mechanism. Weight 380gms.
Color: Black | Style Name: 2016
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MTB: Half park riding, half XC. Crashes happen. ;)
Cross bike: Gravel and road in sometimes slippery conditions, crashes happen
I live in the PacNW, in the winter we ride but it's wet and muddy. These pedals perform very well for this. They don't collect much mud and are easy to clear. They're not the lightest but on the upside that means they fairly durable in crashes. I've crashed them in the dirt and the road, neither have ever caused a failure and I'm still using both sets. They're also cheap enough that if they do fail at some point you're not going to cry over replacement.
However, they are excellent pedals for a commuter cyclist who doesn't want to be miffed by a single sided SPD, like myself. I've got these both on my road bike and on my fixie now and haven't yet had the problem of missing the pedal. You can literally just mash your foot into it and you'll clip in. They're also big enough to allow you to get up to speed and then clip in should you need to.
As for their mechanical longevity--it's about as good as any Shimano product. The weight of the parts is the only factor, and these aren't particularly special, so there is more steel, which means they'll last longer--at least until a bearing failure happens, which shouldn't unless you're 500 pounds of pure leg muscle.