- road bike pedals. Any reccomendations?
If you don’t like shimmys, try looks (might be much the same) or times.
Speedplay are the worst kind of litigious corporate a-holes possible to imagine:Posted 6 years agoDanWMember
I really can’t fault Look Keo Classics and have even been using them on my MTB for the last year. Definitely durable, solid and have all the adjustments you could ever need.
Speedplay are to be avoided IMO (‘lovely’ company plus far too much float)- Shimano is another good optionPosted 6 years agoRo5eyMember
Chaps, as a road newbie, what’s the difference between road and MTB pedals?
I’m just using a set of spair SPDs I had knocking around (which means I can use the same shoes for both MTB and road) I am however thinking of getting some Triathlon specific shoes, so should I get different pedals as well?
What the advantage of road specific pedals over MTB pedals?
ThanksPosted 6 years agoFuzzyWuzzySubscriber
I switched from SPD-SLs to speedplay zeros a few months ago and no regrets so far (dodgy left knee was the main reason although I’d advise getting a bike fit first as you could just be masking a problem). They feel a bit odd at first (heel can move around when you get out of the saddle until you adapt) but you soon get used to it. Cleats aren’t cheap but last a long time.Posted 6 years ago
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