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Description

Shimano's most affordable price point for a dual-sided clipless pedal is the PD-M520. They come with adjustable spring tension to give you full control on the amount of force required to clip in and out. They have a chromoly axle and sealed bearings. The Shimano PD-M520 Pedals come with cleats that are compatible with any mountain bike shoe.

Tech Specs

Material:
chromoly steel, stainless steel
Cleat Type:
SPD
Pedal Wrench Type:
15 mm
Recommended Use:
mountain biking
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 year

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Do these sell by the pair? or is it 35 USD...

Do these sell by the pair? or is it 35 USD for each pair?

5 5

Great entry level pedal

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These served as my introduction to clipless pedals. The offer a great range of adjustment for release pressure that accommodates all skill levels. So if you're looking to get into a clipless pedal and are worried about not being able to "escape" have no fears. Dial down the tension and you'll have no problems bailing.

The bearings are durable, taking the beating from my first two bikes. Not as smooth or silky as some of the high end XTR stuff, but thats to be expected.

I beat them up pretty good and I keep them around even with the new XT Trail pedals I put on the bike. The only reason these were even replaced was I was looking for something with a bit of a platform for when I'm pedaling around campus in regular shoes. Otherwise they're pretty much flawless for a quality pedal at a reasonable price.

Great entry level pedal
4 5

Low Cost Commuter Pedals

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I was looking for something for my commuter, an old Raleigh MTB, and found these to do the job. Heck, I even take it out off road sometimes right after work on the trails nearby and haven't had a problem at all with these. Sometimes I wonder why I spend more on other pedals for my other bikes, but then I do know that the others have better bearings and may be a bit lighter.

You can't go wrong with these.

hi there,on the ?tem #sh10097,to matching...

hi there,on the �tem #sh10097,to matching Price,in nashbarbike.com they have it in $26.99,it would be posible?

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Hi Abel,

Sorry for not getting to your answer earlier, but feel free to call or chat online with one of our bike experts for any questions that you might have. We can't always make the pricing work, but do our best to match our US Based competitor's prices. Check out the "Contact US" link in the top banner, and let us know how we can help.

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I've made a few asks for price matches with BC as described above. ... in several cases I was successful and in a couple I was not. So... perhaps about 70% of the time they price matched for me... Hope that helps!