Shimano Saint SPD M820
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  • Great for all-mountain, enduro, and downhill
  • Satisfying SPD feel
  • Not the best for extremely muddy conditions
  • Shimano Saint M820 is Shimano’s enduro and downhill focused pedal

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Great trail clipless pedals
Prefer clipless pedals for MTB but was having issues when landing jumps and drops with xtr pedals. My shoes would sometimes come unclipped when I hit the ground with decent impact. I think not having a flat pedal/base was causing heel to drop too much and disengage clip. Combined these with flat/ska...
5/5
waterdog
1 year ago
amazon.com
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Best Mountain Bike Pedals of 2022 - GearLab
If you care more about your trail, enduro, or gravity bike's performance and stability than how much it weighs, you might want to check out the Saint M820. These gravity-focused pedals were stable and confidence-inspiring on the trail. The Saint is a wide-bodied, fixed mechanism, clipless platform p...
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OutdoorGearLab
9 months ago
outdoorgearlab.com
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Shimano Saint M821 pedals review
Shimano Saint M821 bottom line. Shimano’s Saint M821 pedal may not have the best foot feel of any platform SPD out there, and their 552g weight doesn’t make them the lightest either, but if you’re looking for a really robust set of pedals with a slick clipping action these are well worth considering.
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4 months ago
bikeradar.com
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Pros/Cons & Review: Shimano Saint PD-M820 SPD Pedals
Skip to content We’ve read the reviews across the web for the Shimano Saint PD-M820 SPD Pedals and summarize the results below:. Universal Ranking.
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4 months ago
evolutionbasin.com
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Shimano Saint M820 Mountain Bike Pedal Review - Gear Hacker
Finally, the MSRP on the Saint M820 is $159.99, with sales dipping to around $120. This puts them in a fairly similar price range to the Mallet E pedals as well
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4 months ago
gearhacker.com
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Beatdown: Shimano Saint Pedals | BIKE Magazine
Photo Credit: Satchel CronkFinally, if I haven’t yet convinced you about the benefits of this beautiful pedal platform, I’d like to take a moment to talk about its benefit as armor. At $160, you’ll want your pedals to last, and the burly cage is a nice protection of your investment. On this particular set, I’ve glanced rocks, I’ve pinged rocks, I’ve scraped rocks, and I’ve hammered rocks
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4 months ago
bikemag.com
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The best clipless MTB pedals you can buy
Shimano’s SPD system celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. It’s by far the most widespread clip system on the market. While Shimano renewed their small caged trail pedals several times in the last years, gravity drivers had to make do with the ancient DX pedals. But with the Saint PD-M820 Shima...
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4 months ago
enduro-mtb.com
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Review: Shimano Saint M820 Clipless Pedals - Pinkbike
Pinkbike's TakeShimano took their sweet time creating a pedal worthy of wearing the Saint emblem, but it was worth the wait. The M820 is tough and reliable, a solid option for DH and enduro racers, or for anyone looking for a clipless pedal with a wider platform underfoot.
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4 months ago
pinkbike.com
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Review: Shimano Saint SPD Pedal
We are happy to pay the weight penalty for the trade off. If you are looking for the last clipless mountain bike pedal you’ll need to buy and want to have the most powerful and stable platform to instill your will on the bike beneath you, these pedals are a must. Two thumbs up
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4 months ago
theloamwolf.com
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Tested : Pete's Shimano M820 Saint SPD Pedals.
Here’s what he made of the top-of-the-line downhill offering from Shimano. Key features:. 568g per pair (without pins)

Specs

Average weight

546 g (w/o pins & washers)

Binding

Dual sided

Cleat included

SM-SH51

Optional cleat

SM-SH56