Shimano SPD Cleat Pedal

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Shimano SPD Cleat SM-SH51 is the quintessential genuine Shimano cleat for any SPD compatible pedal. Providing 6 Degrees of float, the SH51 is also of very responsive single-mode release design.

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How often should I replace SPD cleat?

Is there a recommendation for how often a SPD cleat should be replaced on a shoe? Mine look pretty beat up but they still clip into my XT pedals. I do tend to pop out from time-to-time but I'm wondering if this is a pedal adjustment thing or my cleats wearing out. Any recommendations? Sent from m ... Read More »

Correct SPD cleat contact?

I'm using the XTR trail pedals with the multi release cleats, which I just mounted on a new pair of shoes. My question is, should the cleat make contact and sit flat on the pedal? My cleats click in and out with no problem, but when I looked at the interface between the pedal and cleat, they do not ... Read More »

spd cleat question

A couple years back I bought a set of cleats off Ebay as a extra set in case I needed them.Well I just bought new shoes and put them on and clipping in seemed a little hard.When I got to looking at them I noticed the back outside edges were not taperd as they are on my other two sets I have.I have l ... Read More »

SPD cleat position

So here is my problem: 20 years ago I broke my tibia and fibula in a bike accident. My leg healed but I lost alot of the movement in my ankle. For the last few years I have been riding with Bontrager Race Mountain shoes, which I found very comfortable due to a SPD cleat which can be moved very fa ... Read More »

spd pedal/cleat compatibility

so I have decided to buy some spd pedals. I'm going to try these clipless adapters so that I can ride in my normal running shoes(but still be able to clip in and out quickly). i'm not a purist.... I want a setup that I can use for road, trails, and maybe even use them for spin class. For the life o ... Read More »

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