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Sidi Road Shoes + SPD pedals = How?(3 posts)

Sidi Road Shoes + SPD pedals = How?JFR
May 29, 2003 4:53 PM
The shoes are from the Nashbar returned bin and the only adapter plate that they came with has only the holes necessary to screw the plate to the bottom of the shoe... other than those, the "adapter" plate is solid and lacks the typical SPD slots or any other holes... and the bottom of the shoe is solid except for the same holes as the adapter plate. Huh? The Sidi site references the 07SPDPLT adapter for SPDs but it's not on their Accessories page. Huh? Were several diff adapter plates supposed to come with the shoes?

Do I need to get out my drill? This can't be right.

Thanks for your help!
re: Sidi Road Shoes + SPD pedals = How?Atombomber
May 29, 2003 5:10 PM
The Side road shoes come with an adapter for Look pedals. For Shimano SPD you will need the proper adapter. When I bought mine, the bike shop gave the SPD adapter for free, but the regular price is around $20 or so. If you go to the SIDI USA website, find one of there dealers, and contact the one closest to you. They will be able to help you.
SPD Adapter PlateAFred
May 30, 2003 12:11 PM
You need the SPD adapter plate. On Sidi's website, it's listed under MTB adapters, but it will fit on a road shoe.