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- Great for entry level riders
- Composite construction, metal cleat plate and a wide platform area
- Shimano 5700-C 105
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Fantastic Upgrade -- great for wide feet
These replaced an earlier low-end, steel-body spd-sl pedal from 2007. The design has improved tremendously. The two big improvements are (a) the platform is wider and (b) it's easier to feel which side you're engaging in. Thanks to these improvements, these pedals are much easier to use. The wider p...
Shimano R550 SPD-SL pedals review
Shimano R550 SPD-SL pedals – a great value clipless pedal option David Rome / Future Publishing
Shimano R550 SPD-SL pedals – composite construction, metal cleat plate and a wide platform area David Rome / Future Publishing
The Shimano R550 SPD-SL pedals (back) are heavier, made of a softer mat...
shimano 105 vs Shimano R550 road pedals extra £20 ?
Posted 8 years ago I have the R550s, never used the 105s, so can’t compare, but have had no problems with the 550s, cannot fault them. Posted 8 years ago Nice to know cheers. Probably just 10grams lighter for the sake of 20quid Posted 8 years ago Got a pair of 550’s in the post today, seem ok
[Review] Shimano R550 SPD-SL Pedals
To head a different system, so I choose, I choose: I choose this Shimano SPD SL system over the one from look, because it's a lot wider and the cleat gives you more stability. It's a lot easier to walk with with cycling shoes using a Shimano Plzen. It's with, I had a look before system
Great low cost pedals.
These are great low cost SPD-SL pedals from Shimano, coming in significantly cheaper than the cheapest "series" pedals (105s), but essentially being the same (similar composite body, although not carbon composite) except maybe a few grams of weight and the slightly less fancy bearing mechanism. Any ...
Pin for cleat engagement part came out...
Liked these pedals. Used them off and on for approx a year and a half. The pin that secures the cleat engagement at the rear of the pedal came out while on a ride (the same part that you use to tighten or loosen the cleat release). I could not clip in. I tried to hammer it back in with my aluminum m...
Wider spring tension range