Versatile- SPD EH500 is a dual-sided bike pedal with a traditional platform on one side; and a SPD step-in design on the other. Use with SPD cycling shoes or go clipless using regular street shoes. Shimano SM-SH56 multi release cleats are included
Multi-Use- Perfect and convenient for road and mountain touring; commuting; and urban riding. Flat sided platform features removable traction pins that provide excellent grip and control; even in wet conditions
Easy clip in/clip out- Light action binding mechanism makes frequent clipping in and out easier than ever. Best match with CT and MT shoes. Compatible with SM-SH51 cleat. Adjustable entry and release tension settings
Light and durable- 383 grams per pair. Sealed cartridge axle unit. Aluminum pedal body and chrome-moly steel axle
Premium- Shimano R7000 SPD-SL Clipless Road Pedals are high performance; lightweight; cost effective and supremely reliable. The R7000 pedal delivers pro level performance for the cycling enthusiast
Perfect fit and grip- Wide lightweight carbon body provides large shoe contact area to maximize power transfer and support whilst reducing weight. Thoughtfully designed cleat for easy engagement; adjustments and walking
Performance- For advance or pro riders the extra-wide; low-profile cleat distributes energy more evenly over a wider surface and transfers it more efficiently to the bike; under the most extreme pedaling loads. A wide bearing stance provides long lasting performance; and smooth action
Light and durable- 265 grams per pair. Sealed cartridge axle unit. Carbon fiber reinforced body and stainless steel axle
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