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XT PD-M8100 Pedals

5 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews



SHIU19R XT PD-M8100 Pedals

With the release of Shimano's new XT group comes updated pedals as well. Though these cross-country oriented pedals aren't vastly different than the previous generation, that's a good thing, because they were already really good to begin with. What has changed is a slightly wider platform for better stability under your riding shoes, as well as an offset binding that improves mud-shedding capabilities.


  • Shimano's iconic XC mountain bike pedal sees some updates
  • Wider platform for better stability under your shoes
  • Offset cleat binding improves mud-shedding capability
  • Durable body and sealed bearings are built to last
  • Adjustable entry and release tension to suit your preferences
  • Strong chrome-moly spindle withstands the abuses of the trail
  • Item #SHIU1A0
[spindle] chrome-moly steel
2-bolt SPD
Entry / Release
adjustable tension
Spindle Diameter
Pedal Wrench Type
8mm hex
Claimed Weight
12.1oz (342g)
mountain biking
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Overall Rating

5 based on 2 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

March 17, 2024

So far, so good

I've used it several times

Not sure why exactly but I’ve long used Crank Brothers. I have zero complaints about Crank Brothers other than durability. I’m basically rebuilding the pedals every year or so. I switched to the Shimano XT on the basis that they’re set and forget. We’ll see how that holds up but so far so good.

kol101522859 k
5 out of 5 stars

February 8, 2024

Tried and true

My 4th set of these pedals. You can't go wrong with them. Gives you alot of float if you want it.

Derek D