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SpeedplayUltra Light Action Chrome-Moly Pedals + Walkable Cleats


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Item # SPP000R

Resolve to clip in.

If your New Year's resolutions include getting more serious about cycling, then you're no doubt sizing up clipless pedal systems. Speedplay's Ultra Light Action Chrome-Moly Pedals with Walkable Cleats may be the most user-friendly pedals on the market, so we can't recommend them enough when considering the switch from platforms or toe cages to clipless. All of Speedplay's pedals feature virtually unlimited options of float, fore/aft, lateral, and rotational customization, and the Ultra Lights are no exception. They're real selling point, though, is that they provide an easy foothold to climb into the world of clipless pedals.

We remember our first few rides on clipless pedals, and we agree that trying to clip in after pushing off at a stoplight in traffic can be an intimidating affair. The Ultra Light Action Pedals' low-force engagement mechanism and self-locating cleats address these first-use jitters by guiding the cleats into the pedals and clipping in and detaching with minimal effort. That means no missing the pedal while focusing on the road ahead and no slow-motion toppling because you can't clip out at stop lights. Despite their user-friendly engagement, the Ultra Light Action Pedals are every bit as secure as Speedplay's standard line when you're not intentionally trying to clip out.

The included Walkable Cleats are one final benefit for anyone from clipless veterans to cyclists clipping in for the first time. The cleats address the all-too-common issue of slipping on hard floor surfaces by replacing the standard, slick cleats with the reliable grip of its rubberized housing. The high-grip housing doesn't interfere with clipping in and out, and it has the added benefit of protecting the cleats themselves during those inevitable times when you've forgotten to replenish your saddle bag supplies and a flat forces a hike on tarmac to the nearest LBS for tubes or CO2.

  • User-friendly clipless pedals with effortless engagement
  • Virtually unlimited float, fore/aft, rotational adjustments
  • Low-force engagement and self-locating cleats simplify clipless
  • Reliable steel construction is durable for long miles
  • Low-profile construction keeps you clear on tight corners
  • Walkable cleats make coffee shop stops a breeze

Tech Specs
Material[spindle] chrome-moly
Floatfree 15°
Cleatsrubberized walkable
Compatible Components3-bolt road shoes, 4-bolt road shoes
Recommended Useroad cycling
Manufacturer Warranty2 years

Actual Weight

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Black, One Size

Claimed Weight

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[pedal, single] 110 g, [cleats, pair, 4-bolt] 100 g

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    Will my original X2 cleats work with these pedals, or must I install the walkable cleat?

    Hi John - these are not compatible with the X2 cleats, so you'll need to install the pair included with the pedals.

    >Rating: 5

    Great product!

    I've put it through the wringer

    I've been using Speedplay pedals and cleats for 6 years. This set with the cleat covers is great as it makes it so much nicer when you do have to walk. It is much, much easier to clip-in with these than with any other brand, and I've tried a bunch.

    >Rating: 5

    Go the Speedway

    I've put it through the wringer

    I use SpeedPlay on my road bike and indoor bike. I have Look and Shimano; I feel the drive I get with SpeedPlay is better than any other brand. Very efficient pedal

    >Rating: 5

    Great pedals

    I've used it several times

    I received two pairs for both my road bikes. They are very easy to enter and exit. Being double sided is a big advantage. I had Old School Time cleats for the last 25 years that finally got difficult to enter and exit. There was no problem getting used to the Speedplays. Two rider friends recommended Speedplays. They are user friendly for lubrication.

    >Rating: 5

    Why isn't everybody using these?

    I've used it several times

    These are the first clipless pedals I've ever used. I was worried at first about being able to get in and out of them without looking like a fool but that hasn't been an issue. After a bit of practice, they were easy to get into and easier to get out of. After the first ride, I felt totally comfortable in them. As a big added bonus, the generous float has relieved a bit of knee pain I was feeling. The only con to these pedals is the instructions that were obviously written by an engineer. This made the cleats difficult to install. A 20-minute job took me over an hour.

    The main danger with these cleats is over tightening the four small black screws. These screws have blue Loctite pre-applied. Instructions for installing the screws can be found in the insanely complicated directions. Using the 2.5 Newton-meter torque spec directions did not work for me. I was only successful after following the "directions for those who don't have a torque wrench", specifically where is says, "turn until you feel a click and then tighten the screw an additional 90 degrees, and no more". Many bicycle shops don't know how to install these cleats. It's essential that they read the directions. Also, after you have been using the pedals for awhile, these little black screws tend to unscrew and you might just lose them. I like my Speedplay pedals, but I'm kind of stuck with the system after purchasing 3 sets for my bikes. If I was to do it all over again, I might not choose this brand.

    >Rating: 2

    Love them

    I recently started riding again after a 10 year break. Used speedplay pedals before and these are very nice. The double sided click in us still awesome. Walking cleat work nicely. I had over 8000 miles on my old pair of ti. Keep them greased and they’ll last forever.

    So then why the 2 star rating?


    Speed Play Cleat Installation

    Speed Play Cleat Installation

    >Rating: 5

    Great Cleats

    I've used it several times

    A long time Shimano cleat user, I decided to switch to Speedplay pedals on my new bike. The primary reason was to clip in easier after stopping--frequently struggled with my old pedals and fell a bit behind on my group rides. Not any longer. The Speedplays are very easy to engage. I was a bit leery of the small platform the pedals offer, but quickly gained confidence In them. The have worked out extremely well.

    >Rating: 5

    Speedplay Forever

    I've put it through the wringer

    The Speedplay Ultra Light Action Pedals with Walkable Cleats are perfect for introducing someone to the beauty, simplicity, and the ease of operation. I've found that many people stay with the Ultra-Light's for year's. I've been a very happy user of top tier Speedplay TI's on each of my bikes for years. These pedals are for my beautiful wife!