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Shimano
105 PD-R7000 SPD-SL Pedals

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The next generation.

The Shimano 105 PD-R7000 SPD-SL pedals have been redesigned for 2018, implementing several improvements over previous generations. Featuring a carbon fiber body, a lower stack height, and a redesigned stainless steel reinforcement, the PD-R7000 pedals also save 20 grams over their predecessors. Inside, cartridge bearings spin smooth and fast over the chromoly steel axle, yet are easily replaceable in case anything should arise.

The Shimano 105 PD-R7000 SPD-SL pedals include the SM-SH11 cleats and are compatible with 3-bolt road shoes.


Features:

  • Cartridge axle.
  • Sealed mechanism.
  • Adjustable cleat retention system.
  • Pedal body material: carbon fiber.
  • Stainless steel body plates.
  • Single sided SPD-SL entry.
  • Claimed weight: 265g.
 

Weight: 265 grams

 

Weight: 265 grams

105 R7000 Carbon SPD-SL Pedals

Cleat Type: Road Cleats 

Pedal Type: Road Pedals 

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by D Allen
Greenville, SC

Great pedals. Great price. Great overall shopping experience. Highly recommend on all counts.

Reviewed 11/29/2018
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