Shimano PD-T400 CLICK’R Clipless Pedals (Black)

Shimano PD-T400 CLICK’R Clipless Pedals (Black)

Shimano PD-T400 CLICK'R Clipless Pedals (Black)
@ Shimano’s CLICK’R pedal concept is great for beginners and commuters.

  • Much lighter step-in/out when compared to traditional pedals
  • 60-Percent less step-in force
  • 50-Percent less step-out force
  • Dual sided pop-up cage with built-in reflectors for visibility
  • Similar in quality to Shimano M520 pedal

List Price: $ 23.25

Price: $ 48.00

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Pedales autom?ticos con plataforma de acero, tipo SPD

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  1. Stephen Burkhardt Reply May 2, 2017 at 5:00 pm
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    May be an ideal pedal for city riding., August 4, 2015
    By
    Stephen Burkhardt (Miramar Florida) –

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    This review is from: Shimano PDT400 Clickr Pedal (Sports)
    When a bearing failed in one of the the Crank Brothers pedals that came with my Giant FCR fitness bike, I started reading pedal reviews on Amazon. I was ready to buy a set of Shimano M540’s until I read a review by an experienced rider who made the point that PD-T400’s are far more than a good clipless beginners pedal and had advantages for city riders. I switched to clipless six years ago and agree completely.
    I live in S.E. Florida where there are no “country” roads. There is ocean to the east, Everglades to the west, city in between. I ride on city streets, through gated neighborhoods, in bike lanes, sometimes on sidewalks, and through city parks. I have to stop for traffic lights, to open the pedestrian gates to enter gated areas, avoid traffic congestion, pedestrians, landscaping crews, fallen palm fronds, school busses and other nuisances. I love the 12 month riding season here, but riding in a congested area known for it’s lousy drivers means riding defensively and carefully selecting routes. Like it or not, I’m getting out of the clips plenty of times each ride.
    As Shimano claims, these pedals require very little effort to get into or out of, a little flip of your heel gets you out easily and quickly. I cannot pull out of the pedals by pulling vertically. I have not had an accidental dis-engagement. My Crank Brothers pedals were not close to this easy to use until the brass cleats were nearly worn out. Getting clipped in is a breeze. Slide your foot forward until you feel the engagement….simple. The pedals are “double sided” so you don’t have to manipulate them into position to ride. The cleats fit my old two bolt Bontrager shoes with no problems.
    These are not racing pedals. They don’t look cool when you’re off of the bike. They are relatively large platform pedals. If the high performance you need is the ability to easily get in and out of the pedals, I don’t think you will be disappointed. You get the increased efficiency from being clipped to the pedal without the added difficulty required to get your feet free. I’m not a beginner and am happy with the PD-T400 pedals. If they hold up well, I will be very happy. My local bikeshop owner said I wouldn’t find sealed bearings in a $40 pedal. Found a lot better selection and sealed bearings for $40 from Amazon.
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  2. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Get the SM-SH51 cleats with the pedals, February 17, 2016
    By
    chaznevada (Carson City NV) –

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    This review is from: Shimano PDT400 Clickr Pedal (Sports)
    Relevant info: I am new to clipless pedals and I ride a short wheelbase recumbent so my feet are in front of my hips, not below. I was having trouble with the cleats that came with the pedals (SM-SH56). These cleats will come out with a left or right twist of the foot and lifting the heel. Big cracks in the pavement would throw my feet from the pedal, even after tightening the spring. Sometimes my foot would come off for no apparent reason. I like the pedals better after I bought the SM-SH51 cleats, which only come off from turning your heel out. I rode 22 miles and I stayed attached until I detached myself. I don’t know about a regular bike, but I would recommend buying the SM-SH51 cleats with the pedals.
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