Shimano CLICK'R Pedal

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Product Description

The Shimano MT50 CLICK?R pedal offers a more enjoyable cycling experience to more people, with a lighter, adjustable spring for simple entry and release. The pop-up cage makes it easier step in to the pedal and clip in. These pedals are great for commutin

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