Featuring a lightweight construction and a wide pedal platform for improved foot and pedal stability, the Shimano R540 Light Action SPD-SL Pedals have an open profile design for easy cleat adjustment. The entry level pedals are easy to clip into an release, whilst still allowing for maximum transfer of power from the foot. Supplied with 6° float cleats, they're the perfect choice for commuters. - L.M.
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I ordered these to replace a pair of Shimano 105 Aluminum pedals that were wearing out. These were the closest model to my old 105’s (I didn’t necessarily want (or need) to go to a carbon pedal on this particular bike). The quality of the pedals was actually a little better than my old 105’s, but my complaint on them is that this pedal has more “free” area (for lack of a better term) in them and I was getting more float than I wanted with these pedals (the included cleats are the same ones I already have). In comparing the 105’s and these R-540’s side by side there is noticeable difference in the width of the opening for the cleat at the front of the pedal. I measured the pedal on a dial caliper and it is 1/10 of an inch wider at the front -the width at the back was the same on both pedals. The additional width was creating the increased float that I was experiencing. I had an unused pair of the Shimano “fixed” cleats (SM-SH10) and installed those on my shoes and that took a tremendous amount of the float out and made the pedals much more comfortable to use. I would give the pedals five stars for the quality, but deducted one for the additional width.
If you are looking for a good all around pedal. This is it. looks and feels just like the 105 version just a bit heavier. also the best part is if you are just starting out and you don't have the leg strength for a regular pedal your search is over. I would highly recommend it, especially if your just starting out.