Designed to transfer more power from the body to the bike, the Shimano A600 Touring Pedals boast an ultra lightweight design with an aerodynamic, wide platform for a more efficient transfer of power from the shoe to the pedal. A highly stable interface is created by the single-sided cleat and binding mechanism, meaning less wasted movement. The A600 pedals are to be used with all MTB and Touring SPD shoes. - L.M.
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I purchased these pedals because I wanted to go back to SPD style pedals. They are light and they look great on my road bike. I like how solid they feel and the medal cleats are more robust than the plastic of most other style pedals. They float very nicely which helps keep my knees happy. I'd recommend these to anyone.
I installed the new pedals and took a quick 15 mile test ride. The clip in process was easy and the release process was the same. The setting for clipping in and out was set correctly so no difficulty as some people had mentioned in their write up. The pedals are lightweight and look nice. I would recommend purchasing these from ProBike who has the best prices around.
For my go-fast-enough bikes, I ride with mtb shoes and SPD style cleats (go-faster bikes hsve Look road pedals). I like the less slippery, when off the bike, benefit of the mtbs. For budget purposes I outfitted my new rando/audax bike with some off-brand, low cost spd-ish pedals from my spare parts box. I planned to upgrade when those wore out. Then PBK had a sale. I idly looked and voila, I could get these for pennies on the dollar / pence on the pound. I orderedn and saw they would arrive (across the Atlantic) in a month. OK, I thought - winter's coming, I'm not riding as much, I've got pedals anyhow. The box arrived in less than ten days. (Many orders here in the USA aren't that quick! ) Pedals are Nice. The side parts coincide with the clears on my shoes, spreading the pressure noticably. (Hot foot hasn't been a problem, this may ensure it won't be, either. ) color of the pedals shipped to me is more a grey/silver than the blue shown online. I like that: blue would have kind of gone with bike color, but new color is a better match for other components. Let me summarize (or summarise): very nice pedals, delivered quickly.