- What road-specific pedals?
I like Look KEO and have them on my road bikes. My sons have Shimano SPD-SL – I found the Shimano easier to get into so perhaps easier for the beginner, but to be honest, price was the selecting factor for them. I haven’t tried Egg beaters, Time or other fayre, but did ride with normal SPDs for years, mainly because I liked the grip on the shoes to hold up the tandem at stops.
Clipping into KEOs on a fixed wheel is not for the fainthearted at busy junctions!Posted 6 years agobobloMember
Interesting flyingfox. I use SL’s and get sore outsides of my feet. I put it down to badly fitting Spesh BG shoes…
I find getting into Ultegra SL’s a royal PIA. If the OP is used to double sided MTB pedals, prepare for faffing around to find the ‘right side’ to clip into. The connection is slightly stiffer but that’s probably down to the shoe.Posted 6 years ago
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