Shimano CLICK'R Pedals Shimano expands Clickr range with two new pedals. The system was developed for those cyclists who want to be stuck in the pedals for better pedaling and power transfer, but not as solid as in an SPD pedal. Clickr reportedly 60 lighter in-and out-of-step than the SPD. is MTB-trail-inspired by quot;cosmetic quot; spikes and has Clickr on both sides. Features: SPD / SPD-SL:Click'R system on both sides Pedal axle:Chromoly steel Sealed mechanism:Yes Adjustable release tension:Yes Pedal body:Aluminum Cleats:SM-SH56 Cleats are optional:SM-SH51 Weight:498 g / pair Buy Shimano CLICK'R Pedals from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.
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