Shimano Ultegra PD-6800 Pedals are made of a carbon composite that's both durable and lightweight. The pedals feature an extra-wide platform for maximum, efficient transfer of power.
The stainless steel body plate reduces flex and wear, and the pedals also feature a wide bearing placement for stable, uniform load distribution.
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Very good product and price, fast shipping!
Very pleased with my new pedals. More challenging to click into than my Shimano T-420's but that is to be expected. Great feel and nice solid platform. Definitely feels like more power transfer. Easy to install.
Dura Ace costs twice and only slightly better. Why purchasing it instead of the Ultegra? Buy Ultegra, it had everything you need from a pedal and save the money for a good dinner and beer with your wife/husbend. Have it on both bikes.
BEST CHANGE TO CHANGE MY PEDAL TO UPGRADING IT is very easy to fit in my shose.
Great product at a very good price
The 6800 pedal is truly excellent and continues to put forth Ultegra as race-grade gear for those of us who pay for their own stuff. Observations: 1.) The platform seems both wider and thinner vertically than the 6700. (I did not measure with calipers.) 2.) Engagement is solid and reassuring as with the 6700. 3.) The retention is quite robust, definitely firmer than KEO's. Set these on the max tension and pulling your foot is unlikely IMO. 4.) The new blue cleat has less float without disallowing lateral movement altogether. I prefer the new blue. 5.) These are aesthetically improved over the 6700. Very sharp. Recommended.
Great price, and quality. Was delivered before the expected delivery date. Will definitely be using probikekit.com for my future purchases.
Got these nice pedals in a few weeks after I had ordered them but well before the scheduled date. Very happy so far with them. Definitely feel solid when I'm out hammering.
The pedals are perfect. Just what I ordered and at a good price. I did not realize, however, that this company is not in the USA and it took forever for my order to arrive - several weeks. I'm glad I did not need these right away.
Found a great deal on the right pedal. They are very well made and very solid. Everything you'd expect from a Shimano Ultegra pedal, I would definitely recommend these to anyone from advance to beginner. Great pedals!
I already own a set of Shimano 105 SPD pedals and saw the great deal this store had on the Ultegra pedals. They were nearly the same cost as my 105 pedals, so I had to buy them. They will either replace the 105's or be used on my next bike purchase.
Excellent pedal for the price. I replaced my Look pedals because they were getting worn and found these to be much better balanced for easy entry.
Replaced Look Keos on two Bikes with these pedals. Love the wider platform. I feel more engaged to the crank arms while using these. They are much easier to clip into as well. I recommend buying the 10mm fasteners when using these cleats with Sidi shoes.....
Replaced a set of older 105 aluminum pedals with these. Very nice, the composite design is very light, sometimes they seem to disappear against my foot, can tell the lower mass rotates more easily. Otherwise, similar to the old ones, snaps in and out easily, no difference there, really. Excellent pedals!
Good quality, light weight, exactly what I expected. Not as light as the Dura Ace pedals, but not as expensive either. Only been on 3 rides for about 125 miles but so far, no complaints at all.
Very pleased. The pedals are stiff, lightweight, and less than half the price that I would have paid in the states. Would highly recommend from probikekit.
these pedels take a lot of adjusting to get right. They are wider than my Excelsior pedals, but worked fine once i got snaped in.
PBK's promotion that brought the price of the Ultegra carbon SPD-SL to a point where I couldn't say no... came at a perfect time. Tho' not consumed by weight-weenie-ness, as a climber, I do try to avail myself of reasonably priced replacements/upgrades (on a $/gram basis). This purchase satisfied that value criterion, and have performed as expected. I suppose the only "Con" -- which has been true for every pair of Shimano SPD-SL pedals I have purchased -- is that I have to dial down the release tension all the way to the MINIMUM to be close to what I can overcome easily enough for an emergency clip-out on either foot (i.e., I have a "dominant" foot... and the other foot isn't as efficient). Not sure if Shimano can... or can't... or won't... expand that release tension range's lower limit just a bit??? That said, the pedal/cleat system provides a stable, large pedaling platform, and the ability to dial in the float with the cleat selection is very useful for riders with varying needs and/or knee issues. Although there are better systems for, say, crit racing where getting clipped in quickly can be crucial (e.g., Speedplay), I have gotten better at hitting the SPD-SL pedal first time and getting clipped in on the first or 2nd stroke. As with all things in life, it's a matter of trade-offs!
I received my new pedals about 2 weeks ago and am very happy with them. Very light and easy to get into/out of. I am a triathlete and I especially like the feel of getting into these after the swim. Nice wide base to plant your foot into that helps prevent hot and dead spots too. I highly recommend these pedals.
So these are actually my first set of clippers pedals after becoming an avid cycler a year ago. Bottom line is they are great and I'd highly recommended them. Also, shipping was much faster than listed by the ship date, which was great since I was using them to practice for a cycling tour. At first I couldn't believe the price that probike listed them, but figured I couldn't miss that deal. It was the lowest price I had seen them for. Buy them, you won't regret it. It comes with the pedals, cleats, screws, and instruction manual in a retail box.