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Under $50, and I use my road shoe for my MTBs as well.
Dual-sided entry makes clipping in and out at traffic stops much easier.
I don't care.
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I use the old ultegra spdr and ...
these give max clearance in the turns, so can keep pedaling - and just skim no problem if you connect
Since the cleat and pedal are so low, I dont have to have my seat very high
They last forever without adjustment ( you can adjust float and release tension).
They are easy to get in or out, even if you get grass on your cleat.
has a clear click and entry so there is no doubt when you are in
The cleat are tiny and have rubber shoes (the small black blocks in the pic) , which give good grip and make it easy to run and walk in them, while protecting the cleat from any wear and keeping them out of the grass
they last forever too just have to tighten the pedal rarely, but never need to replace the cleat and it doesnt start to feel sloppy, always crisp
At present, Time iClic Racers are on my road & TT bikes and Atac on my MTB & commuter. I have had no bad experiences with the Atac pedals, and issues with iClic cleats seem to have been resolved with the introduction of the iClic2. Or, such has been my experience
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Bought a set of Keywin and love them, simple to use (like Look), very light!, super big platform, and most of all the cleat and pedal interface is rock solid. Float is adjusted in the pedal to axle interface (can adjust the resistance of float also).
Give them a look.
Makes life easier when all the bikes and shoes in the household share the same system.
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The only issue with the Key-wins is that (for the OP) you have to order separate axels for different Q-factor.
Just something to consider when buying (I missed this and had to buy the neg 6mm axels after)
What more do you want in a pedal?
I am a devotee of Shimano pedals. Tried just about everything else. For me, nothing is more functional or durable (and for me, pedals - like headsets - should be something that you put on the bike and they operate smoothly and perfectly until the day you die).
Why? because that's what my brother used and I first used clipless pedal on his bike.
Terrible reason perhaps, I am a creature of habit.
Ditto. Except I bought them because they are super inexpensive.
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still riding 3 pairs of look/arc cleat pedals. One of those pairs is a Nashbar Look-alike which I don't much care for..
Planning to go to Shimano 105s next, seem the closest thing to the old-style Look. The Keo is too pricey for me.
Downside is that the cleats aren't compatible with, e.g., spinning bike pedals if you care about that. They're also pretty damn ugly (in my opinion), but I'm cheap so I went with them anyway.
I have considered the Keywin's a couple times but stupid narrow hips mean I haven't, plus I'm cheap and I already HAVE speedplay's. I've used the X and the zero series. Both were good, prefer the Zero's although they were a huge adjustment at first.
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Don't go with an obscure pedal company because you won't find their cleats in stock at your local store.
The Keo Classic and Shimano 105/ultegra pedals are both excellent. The dura ace pedals are overkill