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Product ReviewsTylerman
Aug 31, 2001 6:05 AM
Why doesn't this site have reviews for pedals? The MTBR site has dozens, do roadies not care about such frivolities?

Another way to ask this question, I am looking for a good set of clipless (my first set) for my road bike and the reviews at mtbr.com all talk about mud resistance. Looking to spend about 70-80 bucks so don't go on and on about Time's or the latest kryptonite/titanium alloy cleats.

Thanks
re: Product Reviewsnestorl
Aug 31, 2001 6:39 AM
Campanolo Daytona on clearance for $58 at Excel. before the major change (when they took all reviews away!!!!) these pedals got some of the best reviews!!!! They are working on putting the reviews back on, so if you wait a bit, you may be able to read some of them. I just went through the processes of selecting pedals for a new bike, and read tons of reviews for campanolo's, shimanos, look, and performace (all under $100) and the Daytona won the prize :-)

http://www.excelsports.com/products.asp?BlowOut=1
re: Product ReviewsTylerman
Aug 31, 2001 7:05 AM
What about Shimano M515 Duals? They seem to have decent reviews on mtbr and I can get them for about $30? Are these more of a MTB pedal?
re: Product Reviewsnestorl
Aug 31, 2001 7:23 AM
Those are MTB pedal but you can still use the on the road (just don't let hardcore roadies see you :-)), and for 30 bucks...I'll use anything..that if you don't mind the extra 5 pounds :-)
How does one tell the difference btwn road and MTB? nmTylerman
Aug 31, 2001 7:55 AM
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MTB's have dirt on them !! (nm)Rusty McNasty
Aug 31, 2001 9:18 AM
working on adding pedals category back to the reviews index (nm)gregg
Aug 31, 2001 8:00 AM
nm