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Shimano R540 SPD SL Pedals

Shimano R540 SPD SL Pedals

Same fundamental shape and technology as Shimano's £125 Lance Armstrong-approved PD-7800

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This product is available in the following stores:
  • Aberdeen In Stock
  • Bruntsfield In Stock
  • Canonmills In Stock
  • Leeds In Stock
  • Newcastle In Stock

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Shimano trickle-down technology works again. The new PD-R540 shares the same fundamental shape and technology as Shimano's £125 Lance Armstrong-approved PD-7800 pedal.

  • Wider platform than traditional SPD pedals. For most riders, this makes for a more comfortable and stable foot platform.
  • Wide binding section for more efficient pedaling.
  • Sealed cartridge bearings.
  • Approximate weight: 330g.

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Would these pedals be a good first timer, always had normal pedals before.
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Do they include cleats?
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Hi I have a set of these pedals and although I like them I've fallen off a few times generally having to do emergency stops for cars or bikes and not being able to unclip in time. Would I find it easier with atb style pedals?
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Can you clip into these pedals from both faces or only one?
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I have bought these pedals but have come across a problem. It seems to mounting bolts that come with the cleats are to small to screw into the shoe. The shoes are Muddyfox RBS100 Mens Cycling Shoes which do say that they are SPD SL compatible. Is it possible to use the mounting bolts supplied with the shoe on these pedals or do i need to change the shoe. What would you recommend?
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