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clipless and cleatless pedals question(4 posts)

clipless and cleatless pedals questionPeterRider
Apr 2, 2002 2:31 PM
Hi,

I heard there are pedals you can use both with cleats (one side) and with regular shoes (no clip and no cleats) on the other side. The idea is to be able to ride with my regular shoes if I am just in town and stopping at every traffic light, and to have at the same time pedals with cleats.

What brand makes those, what price do I have to expect for some entry level pedals ?

Thanks,

Pierre
re: clipless and cleatless pedals questionIcefrk13
Apr 2, 2002 2:34 PM
Shimano makes a similar pedal. I use to run the 636's on my mtb but they are heavy. I know the make a few differnt price points on these, chek Colorado Cyclist or Performance

Matt
Shimano M-323's are what you are looking forrobbz27
Apr 2, 2002 2:37 PM
Clipless compatible on one side, platform on the other. Not the lightest, but probably the most practical.
Wellgomwood
Apr 2, 2002 3:48 PM
makes plastic platforms which will clip into a SPD/SPD-R pedal. I use them on my mountain bike when we're riding with the kids or some other casual deal. When you're not needing the platform, just give it a twist and its out. My LBS gave them to me, so they shouldn't be expensive...