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The Shimano M324 SPD/Flat Combination Pedals feature an SPD mechanism on one side and a flat pedal design on the other, meaning you can ride either with cleats or normal shoes. Boasting serviceable cup and cone bearings for easy maintenance and improved life of your pedals, the pedals also have adjustable cleat tension. They're the perfect choice for commuting or touring. - L.M.
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Reall happy with the product, price was best I could find online, delivery was on time,well done.
Good quality pedal ideal for someone learning to use SPD's or who wants to use SPD's and also flats without changing pedals. Put them on my spare bike so my son can use it as he doesn't like SPD's and i can go to the pub wearing normal trainers. Well worth the money and not that heavy regardless of what people say.
To clip in or not to clip in......that is the question????? I would definitely recommend these pedals for those new to the clipping in experience. These combination pedals offer those of us a bit anxious about the whole clipping in experience.. The best of both worlds...they are extremely easy to adjust....even for this novice! and more importantly easy to get out of in a hurry if they are set to the loosest setting...cycling in traffic is made easier with the option of not clipping in on whatever side you normally dismount, making that experience not a nerve wrecking one. Ap
It was really nice and the price was good
I normally run SPD-SLs on my road bike, while my Hardrock MTB has made do with the pedals that initially came with it. I wanted to use this bike for both trails and heading to the shops, and not wanting to have to walk around with SPD cleats (even though they are easier than SPD-SLs!) when doing a few messages kept the original pedals. However being flat on one side and taking cleats on the other, the M324s allow me to use the bike without having to worry about what is on my feet. They allow plenty of float and quick clicking out when on the more technical, twisty and narrow parts of the trail. They would also be very useful for those who struggle to clip in and out under pressure, particularly at traffic lights- if stuck the rider can just flip over the pedal and cycle on until they can get the time and space to get clipped in. They would also be useful if part of your route involves stopping and starting-you could use the flat part for that bit of your journey before clipping in for the longer, straighter parts. These aren't light but when weight isn't a big issue (and let's be honest, if you are going to fit these, Alpe d'Huez or the Ventoux aren't part of your normal cycle route!) and they are sturdy. I fully recommend them if they suit your needs.
Bought a pair of these for use with my Reynolds 531 winter bike.. I concur exactly with the comments made by a previous reviewer. Yes, I was sick of using "el-cheapo" bog-standard, bike pedals (which soon go rough, grind, and need to be binned.) By comparison, these all-metal pedals are smooth, well-made, (genuine Shimano!) - and dual purpose: 1. Allows me to use proper SPD shoes, when out on a winter ride - but 2. Allows "a quick spin" wearing ordinary shoes. But..be aware that they are substantially heavier than say my A-520's. Also, they are prone to surface rust appearing on the cage around the bolts, so keep these surfaces clean with an occasional wipe of WD40/GT85 etc.
Used these pedals on my commuter/ touring Tricross Sport for many years and miles. Use with flat shoes for popping down the shops or use SPDs for longer journeys. Super reliable and robust, if a tad heavy.
The guts of the pedal is a well-finished Aluminium body that houses serviceable cup and cone bearings. A metal cage is bolted on for riding in flats, and on the other side you get an adjustable tension SPD binding for when you've got your cleats on. The pedals are very well finished and run smoothly from the off, and the fact that they're easy to strip down is a bonus. The SPD mechanism is the same as you'll find on many of Shimano's other pedals, with a good range of tension adjustment and enough float for most knees. The cage is nice and grippy and performs well in the wet as well as the dry.