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Item # SPP0029


The V.2 Road Cleats includes a set of two replacement cleats and complete cleat hardware for Speedplay road pedals. Please note that you must purchase the proper set of cleats for your pedals. Each system has their own cleats and they are not interchangeable. All styles of Zero pedals (Ti, Stainless, and Chrome Moly) require Zero cleats. All styles of X pedals (X1, X2, and X5) require X Series cleats. And the Light Action pedals require Light Action cleats.

Tech Specs

alloy, plastic
light action, x series, zero
Recommended Use:
road cycling

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great pedal, requires maintenace

    I switched from SPD's 10 years ago. I have the X5's and love them.
    I love the float and how secure they feel. They're very easy to get out of when you need to. FYI- twice I was involved in accidents and the pedals let go without injury related to release, one time I bent the retention spring and had to replace the cleat (fine with me).
    In 8 years I had to replace the bearings, impressive considering I maybe lubed them twice in that time.
    The manufacturer says to replace the cleats every 5K miles. I have not been able to get 5k miles because the cleats wear out. They don't wear out from riding, but from walking. I purchased the pads that allow walking and carry them with me religiously in case of flat or equipment failure. I don't use them when I walk from my garage to get on my bike. After 200 or so rides this is enough to wear them out. use the pads as much as possible or you won't even get that far and you'll need a Dremel tool to get them off because the screw heads wear down.
    I love my Speedplays. Oh yeah, crazy clearance too. I've never hit my shoe while pedaling through a corner (jinx).
    I do wish the retention plates were more durable.
    To be fair, Speedplay does offer a cleat that is walkable, had I known I would not have invested in the less expensive X5's

    Best pedals I've used.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Pedals, saddles,'s not a one size fits all world. I like speedplays for the range of adjustable float they offer. I used to have knee pain and since switching to speedplays, I've had no issues in > 5 years. They do take a little getting used to, but it's an easy learning curve. I also like the idea of 2 points of entry. My pedals are still in great shape, but the cleats finally wore out. These are my go-to road pedals. Try them and you might like them.

    Avg. ride time: 7h 8m per week
    • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

    They just work

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Been a fan of the X1 platform for a while. Don't have anything bad to say.

    Click it in right!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These cleats are the entry level ones of the Speedplay line but work so well on their pedals. Cleats click in securely and without hesitation. I use these cleats on Sidi shoes and I had to use an adaptor for them, which required me to use the longer 5mm screws. I recommend one to use the shims that come with the cleats and if necessary, use the adaptor plate. With the adaptor plate, the "stack" of cleats feel incredibly secure and safe. A lot of power transfer with these magnificent cleats!

    What is the length of the screws that come with the cleats?
    I need 9.5mm I believe to go into base plate.


    No, the screws that come with the cleats are 4mm's. If you are using an adaptor use four hole cleats, you'll need 5mm screws.

    New shoes , new cleats

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Have been using speed plays for 10 years. The kit has everything you need when you replace your shoes. Perfect fit and adjustment for my foot shape. May be a little hard to walk on but you use SpeedPlay's for the cycling not a cross country hike.

    Work As Advertised - Refreshing!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Elective replacement after a little over 2.5 years. Take care of your equipment and it will take care of you. They've never let me down!

    get a new cleat

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    if you have speedplays and have been using your cleats for more than a couple years spend just a couple bucks and ensure that you can eventually get them off your shoe. Speedplay's are my favorite pedal by far but you can walk away the bottom of these if you use them much and end up working the metal surface down to nothing.

    Seems contradictory info in the below Q&As.. Does this item include or not include the Speedplay Base Plate Kit v2 which is separately sold by CC for $10? And/or is the "Speedplay v2 Protector Shim" included (another separate $12 item)?

    these do not include the protector ship

    Newbie, looking to enter the world of clipless pedals. Speedplay X's were recommended by a friend as a good option. Are these cleats compatible with the Giro Republic (2-bolt cleat mount) shoes? If not, is there an adaptor? The only thing I was able to find on the Speedplay site is that they would work with 3 or 4-bolt and, in another place on the site, that they were compatible with "most" current cycling shoes. Thanks in advance for any clarification.

    No, unfortunately. Giro's Republic uses the older Shimano SPD (two bolt) standard and would not be compatible with Speedplay cleats. Even if some sort of adapter is available, it wouldn't be a smart idea.

    Do these come with the version 2 base plate...

    Do these come with the version 2 base plate kit adapter and screws?

    Yes, as stated below, Competitive is shipping version 2 cleats.

    Avg. ride time: 6h 23m per week
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    Confirmed: These are the new V.2 model

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Speedplay recently updated their cleats to improve compatibility with the sole curvature of current road shoes. For those curious, the package I just received contains the new model.

    Cleats, what else.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    they hold your feet to the pedals. Don't walk in wet sand with these, or they will no longer be your friend.

    Oh, I wish they were more durable, but I also wish that beer was its own food group, so I wish for quite a few things that I don't get to have.

    Would this cleat fit a shimano 105...

    Would this cleat fit a shimano 105 pedal?

    Best Answer

    This cleat will NOT fit a shimano SPD pedal system. Bikin' Bikin' I believe you are thinking will the cleat fit a three bolt road shoe. Which, in that case, yes you would just need the Speed Play base plate to adapt your cleat to your shoe. But this cleat would not work with a three bolt, or road pedal. This includes the Shimano 105 pedal. Eddie, you would need: