Shimano SM-SH11 Road Pedal Cleat

Shimano SM-SH11 Road Pedal Cleat

Shimano SM-SH11 Road Pedal Cleat
@ SPD-SL cleats are an extra-wide low-profile cleat and binding mechanism. this platform creates a highly stable interface between the shoe and pedal. Choose fixed or floating models.Three degrees of FloatThree-hole SPD-SL/Look-style cleat mountItem SpecificationsColorBlack/YellowUnit of SalePairFitsPD-7810/7800/7750, PD-6620/6610, PD-5610/5600, PD-R600/R540Cleat Bolt PatternSPD-SLFloat3deg

  • Shimano SM-SH11 Road Pedal Cleat Pair ” 6deg float 128851

List Price: $ 29.99

Price: $ 13.29

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Knowing how to set up your cleats will help you to get the most out of your SPD or clipless pedals. Cleat set-up is one of GCN’s most requested videos… Here it is!
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Shimano, Look, Time, all use a standard 3-bolt pattern on their cleats. Other cleats such as Shimano SPD mountain bike pedals use a 2 bolt pattern and Speedplay use 4 bolts.

Despite these differences, the basics of where and how to mount your cleat are all the same. Oli Beckingsale and Daniel Lloyd take you through how to position your cleats for the best performance and least trouble.

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22 Responses to “Shimano SM-SH11 Road Pedal Cleat”

  1. 269 of 275 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great alternative to SM-SH51 cleats, June 27, 2011
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    mike892 (usa) –

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    This review is from: Shimano SH51 SPD Cleats (Sports)
    These multi-release cleats are now my primary cleats.

    If you don’t know, shimano makes two types of SPD cleats — single release clips (the “normal” SM-SH51 SPD cleats) and these multi-release SM-SH56 cleats.

    With both types of cleats you have to twist your feet to unclip, but the single-release cleats only allow a twist to the side. These cleats allow a few more angles of release.

    I started out with the SM-SH51 single-release cleats, and fell off my bike a number of times over the course of two years in unusual situations. It is a horrible feeling to find yourself falling and be unable to unclip the whole way down. In one case, I would have been run over if there had been any traffic in the lane next to me.

    When I found out about these cleats, I ordered them to try out.

    I WILL NEVER GO BACK. These cleats release in multiple directions and it’s like they read your mind. When you want to unclip, you can and do.

    I have had ZERO false releases, and have had several intentional releases in difficult situations.

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  2. Decisiveshopper101 Reply November 28, 2015 at 9:04 pm
    22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Multi directional release spd cleats, June 16, 2013
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    This review is from: Shimano SH51 SPD Cleats (Sports)
    So here is what I know, I ride three days a week 50- 60 miles each day in traffic and out throught the country, and there are times you have to come to stops you did not foresee.Having the ability to turn your foot right or left and get the pedals to release your foot keeps you from ending up on the ground. My first pair lasted a year. If you are a person that pulls up hard on your pedals during your up stroke consider one of the single release spd cleats because these will release. These are what I call cleats for beginners or the forgetful and yes I do forget that I have to unclip sometimes. But thanks to these cleats I have not hit the ground yet. Hope this help you.

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  3. 42 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Solid, Well-Priced Cleats – Instruction Caution, December 19, 2011
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    MG in NY (New York, NY USA) –

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    This review is from: Shimano SH51 SPD Cleats (Sports)
    Not much to say, it’s a basic but effective cleat. Only caveat is that the instructions warn against over tightening. This is actually pretty hard to do by hand and much more of a risk, in my experience, is under tightening. On my first use, they were pretty tight but not cranked down — due to my caution after reading the instructions. In fact, this allowed them to move around slightly, loosening them even more and, finally, popping one off stuck in the pedal. It was salvageable but it did scratch up the bottom of my brand new shoes quite a bit and releasing the cleat from the pedal was a big pain. So, don’t let the instructions fool you, they need to be really tight. It would be pretty difficult for an average size/strength person to over tighten using a hand wrench.

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  4. S “Pauley” Brito Reply November 28, 2015 at 10:52 pm

    I'm having a deficult time finding that sweet spot without having any numbness or knee pain. just went to the ortho and found out that I have mild arthritis from sports on my knees. should I use speedplay instead of these shimano ultegra pedals?

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  5. Can you retrofit Dan with a CGI beard?

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  6. torqued my knee jumping from a 6 to 2 degree float cleat, an average float for most rec. riders is perfect like the video suggests. Jumped back to 6 degrees and the knee pain has eased up to just tension.

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  7. I've been having sharp pain behind my left knee after cycling 15-20mi or about an hours time. I've had a professional fit and have 6? float on my shimano cleats. I can't figure it out but everything else seems fine.

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  8. This channel is brilliant

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  9. I am on the eve of getting clipless pedals. I have de problem that my heel touches the crankset evert stroke when i dont lock my foot with muscles. Should i lock the cleat completely or leaf very little float?

    Btw, i use the original 32 year old toe clip pedals and they are awfull.

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  10. What if my feet angle out when I let them hang

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  11. yhmmm? What are they talking about? Cleats are not clips?

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  12. Look at Daniel 'The baby face Boss" Lloyd

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  13. Can You Show Some Video of Converting SPD-SL to SPD and SPD to SPD-SL…. Tnks

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  14. Hi, my cleat got lose on my shoe and now it's stuck to my pedal. how do I remove it?

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  15. I tried what you said with this video but my fingers got numb couple of times in 50 k ride. And I had to unclip them and shake my feet to get back normal. Why this is happening and what can I do for it? Any suggest will appreciated.

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  16. Wow the viewcount on that one!

    Means there isn't a lot of quality fit instructions out there

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  17. So to allow float, do we not suppose to tighten the rear bolts too tight? Are we suppose to let them be loose? Thanks for the great video

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  18. Can any cleat fit in any pedal? For example can a shinamo cleat fit in a vitus pedal

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  19. To start with, how tight should a shoe be? Im using mtb shoes with a530 pedals and the shoes i picked up seem a bit too tight in the heel cup and side toe area.

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  20. 2degree or 6degree are the options I find. Which should I get?

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  21. Thank you very much for your excellent video. I am new to clipless pedals and just recently installed Shimano Ultegras. I've only got about 50 miles in them but am experiencing some knee pain and numb toes. I will adjust the cleat further back on the shoe to try to fix the numbness but when you talk about "float" in the cleat, what is that exactly? Once I'm clipped in with mine, I can't move my foot more than an 1/8" in either direction. What do I do to increase the float? Thank you.

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  22. Where is the clit ? That is the question

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