Shimano SH56 SPD Cleat Set $20.95
Get in, get out, get on with it.
The Shimano SH-56 cleats are multi-release, which means you can clip out either to the outside or the inside of the pedal. The cleats can also be released by lifting and twisting your heel which makes them a great choice for those first learning to ride with clipless pedals. Please note that if you have an aftermarket SPD-style pedal that isn't a Shimano brand pedal, these cleats are not compatible with your pedals even though they might look remarkably similar to a Shimano pedal!
- Compatible with all Shimano SPD pedals, except the M858
What community has to say
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
It's no secret that Shimano makes the best clipless pedals, they also make the best cleats. They are so durable. I've been riding the same pair for the last two years and they are still in great shape. They can definitely stand up to the abuse of the trail. A great buy!
From your description the Shimano SM-SH51...
From your description the Shimano SM-SH51 SPD cleat have four degrees of float.
How much float does the SM-SH56 cleat have?
Where can I find this information from Shimano?
Thanks for you help.
Amazon Website indicated that SH56 has 0 degree float.
I have Shimano cycling shoes and I want...
I have Shimano cycling shoes and I want to use them in my spinning/cycling class. Can road clips be interchanged with the SPD cleat set?
You need an SH-85 adapter plate. It goes from road (3-bolt/spd-sl) shoes to mountain (spd/spd-r) cleats (not from mountain shoes to road cleats). Basically you need road shoes to do it. If your Shimano shoes are road shoes you just need the SH-85 adapter plate and a set of spd cleats.
I bought the WM61 shoes for spinning class...
I bought the WM61 shoes for spinning class at my gym. would these cleats work for my shoes and my class? the bikes are SPD compatible, would these cleats be enough or would i need to buy another piece?
Yes, those will work fine. Enjoy!