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  • DMR versa pedals
  • heebyjeeby
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    Clip one side, clipless the other…an old idea worth rehashing?

    Anyone tried these?

    They certainly look better than the old Shimano ones….

    Poopscoop
    Full Member

    Hmmm… Certainly look better than the shim ones.

    I suppose it will polarise opinion along the usual lines. “Worst of both worlds” or a good compromise solution.

    Bit pricey though.

    Yak
    Full Member

    I rode a mate’s bike the other day briefly and I think these were on there, or something very similar. Firstly they were very hard to clip into. Maybe my cleats were too recessed? – don’t know. But having to look down, flip the pedal over and then clip? Nah. So I am in the worst of both camps on this.

    heebyjeeby
    Full Member

    Yeah thought this might be the case really.

    Quite a good idea in theory but in the real world not very practical…..

    zezaskar
    Full Member

    Some years ago I had Surly LHT which I used as a commuter and utility bike (miss it dearly). Since I also used it to grocery runs and such I installed some Shimano A530 hybrid pedals.

    They were absolutely awful, the side I needed was never up, no predictability whatsoever which what you need the most on pedals. And this was only on road, paths and very light trails.

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