Featuring a wide pedal platform for improved foot and pedal stability, the Shimano R540 SPD-SL Pedals in black have an open profile design for easy cleat adjustment. The pedals are easy to clip into an release, whilst still allowing for maximum transfer of power from the foot. Supplied with 6° float cleats, they're the perfect choice for road cyclists. - L.M.
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Basic pair of pedals, for my "family " road bike so I can use the same shoes that my 1st bike. Good price!
Work great, easy to get in/out off. Love these road pedals, can't stay off my bike now. :))
Typical Shimano quality. Outstanding performance at such an affordable price. Would give 5 stars except the bottom of the pedal underneath the cleat is made of plastic (instead of medal, like in higher-end models). This makes that piece slightly less durable and could need replacing after several thousand K. But at this price, a small piece replacement is no big deal.
The Shimano R540 SPD-SL Pedals is a great price.
I have more than 20 000 km on a pair I bought 5 years ago on probikekit. I did not serviced them. I am more than satisfied with these. (Meanwhile, on my other bike, I changed 2 sets of more expensive look pedals.
My first pedal so not sure what to compare it to. At the beginning they were wonderful and I use them on a 30KM daily commute. I do notice shoe is a bit loose (can move left right) while engaged which I don't like. Also noticed some clicking noise with the left pedal. Both issues I am trying to resolve by tightening the pedal. Because of all this I would like to know how more expensive Shimano or other styles of pedals behave/perform.
A great pedal that is affordable and is an excellent competitor to more expensive ones
Hmmm just on the borderline for Shimano's usual quality. They can develop a bit of slop early on and hard to tighten up or get the bushings/bearings to come good again (i.e. repack). Good beginner pedal
Use them on the track for racing and training and they are absolutely great! Easy to get in and out without much float and just great pedals overall. Also quite light.