Dual sided pedals Home › Forum › Bike Forum › Dual sided pedals Viewing 6 posts - 1 through 6 (of 6 total) Dual sided pedals stumpyjonSubscriber Have you used dual sided before? Hateful things, real pain to clip into. Posted 4 years ago houndlegsMember No,not tried them before,but I thought I could have the best of both worlds. Just jump on in my trainers to pop to the shop,or SPD’s for longer rides. Posted 4 years ago TiRedMember 324’s are great. Son2 rides road and off road, then rides to school on them. Very robust. We’ve never killed a pair despite trying. I never found them a pain to clip into. They don’t sit one way or the other, you just feel for a bump and if you have flat shoes, flip the pedal over. Posted 4 years ago CraigWMember I like the Shimano A530 pedals. They are a lot slimmer and lighter than the M324. Posted 4 years ago tomhowardSubscriber I thought I could have the best of both worlds. You’ll get the opposite of that. Posted 4 years ago houndlegsMember Evening all I could do with some multi use pedals,the ones with a flat one side and SPD clip the other. Anyone used either shimano m324 or shimano pd t780 xt? Anything else worth looking at? Ta Posted 4 years ago Viewing 6 posts - 1 through 6 (of 6 total) The topic ‘Dual sided pedals’ is closed to new replies.