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Shimano A600 SPD Single Sided Touring Pedals

 

The Shimano A600 SPD Touring Pedals feature an ultra-lightweight low-profile design with an aerodynamic, wide platform that allows for efficient transfer of power from shoe to pedal. Because they’re compatible with MTB and Touring shoes they make a versatile pairing with shoes that are easy to walk in when you’re of the bike. The single sided cleat mechanism uses the same technology as Shimano’s MTB pedal system, with user-friendly entry and release as well as tension adjustment to help you keep your feet securely in place while riding hard.

 

Specification:
  • Single sided SPD
  • Compatible with all MTB and Touring SPD shoes
  • Single Sided Design
  • Cleats Included
  • Entry & Release Adjustment
  • Weight Per Pair: 286g
Alex A Ordered these pedals for my new endurance Giant, having used M540 MTBs on my old bike. After reading reviews of the newer ES 600, I opted for the good old A600, as they look much nicer and are better balanced. These look gorgeous, although some of the coating will inevitably go with use. Compared to double-sided pedals, these take some practice to get into, as they tend to rotate mechanism face down. In an ideal world, I'd love the mechanism to be counterbalanced so that it always faces up, but that would come at a price of extra weight. I think overall their versatility and foot support are worth the inconvenience.
Patrick Painted finish. Not anodized. Great for longer rides where foot stability is more important than clip-in speed (e.g. gravel rides). I'd stick with double-sided pedals for cyclocross.
Mr Watson Excellent pedals which are very comfortable. I use them on both road and off-road bikes. A bonus is that you can access the bearings for maintenance and they are also very good value.
Miss Hoare Very happy with the service (arrived quickly), the price (good in the sale) and the pedals themselves (this is my second pair, still using the original pair on another bike with no problems after many thousands of miles).