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Shimano PD-ES600 Pedals
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PD-ES600 Pedals

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Shimano's Ultra-Minimalist Commuter & Touring SPD Pedals

Shimano designed the Explorer PD-ES600 Pedals for the urban cyclists that will inevitably be clipping in and out frequently. Its light action spring tension along with a narrow release allows for easy entry and exit making the new rider feel more confident while seasoned riders will appreciate its adjustability.

The ES600 also happens to be the lightest SPD pedal in Shimano's lineup — 279g a pair. That's even lighter than the range-topping XTR model. This is mainly due to its single-sided binding which also gives it a clean look on lightweight commuting and road touring bikes. The ES600 pedals will work with any shoe that accepts 2-bolt SPD cleats.

Features:

  • An urban and touring pedal with clean looks and a light binding
  • Shimano's lightest SPD pedal keeps grams out of your commute
  • The single-sided design is sleek and lightweight
  • Light entry with a narrow release is designed for city touring use
  • Easy-to-adjust entry and release tension settings
  • 9/16 inch spindle diameter
  • Weight: 279g pair

  • B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

    The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.

     

    Weight: 279 grams

     

    Weight: 279 grams

    PD-ES600 ROAD SPD

    Cleat Type: MTB Cleats 

    Pedal Type: Road Pedals 

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    Awesome gravel/road pedal
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    by Anonymous

    Do you love gravel riding but that gravel pedals that look like they can from a Mtn bike!?! Than look no further. These are a lil country and a lil rock-'n'-roll.

    Honestly one of my most favorite pedals I have ever own. Robust, sleek, and quiet. What's not to love?

    Reviewed 5/2/2022
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    All you need short of racing
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    by Hankaster
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Lancaster PA

    No more duck walk unless the competition is hot and I need road pedals. I don't notice any difference between road pedals and these (I haven't done a race or a century on them, so I can't testify to their adequacy for that)

    Reviewed 8/16/2021
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    Gray finish comes off too easily
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    by MTB Rob
    Redding CA

    These pedals would have received 5 stars if not for the fact that the gray finish comes off way to easily.

    Very lightweight, easy to use and long lasting otherwise. I have used these pedals in the past on both road bikes & gravel bikes.

    Reviewed 6/17/2021
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    Excellent pedals
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    by Jim Cunningham
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Traverse City, MI
    0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    Well made, quality materials, function perfectly

    Reviewed 12/15/2020
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    Great single-sided SPD pedal
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    by Anonymous
    Seattle
    3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

    These pedals are light and easy to clip in. The only drawback is how easily the color gets chipped away. Literally after the first ride!

    Reviewed 8/5/2020
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    Love 'em.
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    by DCycle
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Dallas, TX

    Been on these for about a year now. They are not perfect, but I love 'em. On review stated that they are weighted a little off, and yes. They don't always point upright. And yes, the finish on mine started chipping away on the first ride. But who cares? They are probably the most abused part of the bike. Besides, you aren't going to see the lack of paint when you are screaming down a hill. I like the firm hold, yet with a little float with the SM-SH56 cleats. I also like the ability to wear either road or MTB shoes, now that some shoes come with both mounting systems, 3 or 2 bolt. Shimano and Giro come to mind. So many choices!

    Reviewed 6/26/2022
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    I have these pedals on my all-road, and I love them.
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    pedal review
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    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Portland OR

    I use it on a light carbon climbing bike. I use spd style pedals on all my bikes after trying almost every other format. These are good because they are light, permit recessed cleats on walkable shoes, have a relatively broad footprint, reasonable price. One downside is that they take some getting used to clipping in because they tend to rotate to a clip side down orientation.

    Reviewed 7/28/2022
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    Bombproof
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    by Island Rider
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Clinton, WA

    As I said, a bombproof pedal, and light as well. Just purchased a new set because I can't believe that my old ones will last beyond the 10,000+ miles they have given me (though I rode them today and they are still ticking). SPD cleats last forever and allow me to ride my road bike with high quality MTB shoes that let me walk normally on pavement or gravel. The SPD cleats can also be mounted further to the rear than most road cleats......A blessing for a fellow wearing a size 48 shoe. The price cannot be beat for another solid product from Shimano.

    Reviewed 1/24/2022
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    Light and functional
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    by Jsprague56
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Eugene, OR

    I like to use SPD pedals on tours and events because I end up doing a lot of walking (on gravel and other uneven surfaces -- usually the SAG stops. I love these pedals because they weigh a lot less than the two-sided models and I am doing "weight weenie" on my travel bike. These function well and the spindles are long so it's easy to install and remove.

    Reviewed 5/23/2022
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    Defective L pedal Hazardous
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    by Dave
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Denver
    5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

    The left pedal was very hard to unclip even on the lowest tension setting. After replacing my cleats and shoes, I was experiencing the same issue. My LBS inspected them and pointed out the front left screw for the clip mechanism was recessed too far into the pedal casting. This defect created a lot of tension between the cleat and and the shoe. I believe Shimano probably produced a lot of ES600's with this defect. If you do a stare and compare between the left and right pedal you will see the defect.

    Reviewed 10/24/2021
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    Great pedals
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    by Anonymous

    Love them!

    Reviewed 2/21/2022
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    Best 2-hole SPD for road
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    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    MId Atlantic Metro
    3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

    If you want to ride two-bolt SPD pedals on a road bike, this is as good a way as I can imagine. These pedals are light, well-finished, with really nice bearing quality. I rode LOOKs for years, so I find "toe-ing in" familiar, but some riders may have to adjust to how these hang. With a few hundred miles on them, I've had no problem with the finish scratching or chipping.

    Reviewed 6/11/2021
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    Long lasting high performance
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    by KCB
    Seattle
    1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    Shimano pedals continue to be the smoothest rolling after the most abuse with little or no maintenance. These replace the PD-A600, essentially the same pedal previous generation, which I used on my road, gravel, and CX bikes, outlasting similarly priced crank brothers and time atac.

    Reviewed 5/7/2021
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    Big fan of these...
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    by gSporco
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Maryland
    3 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

    Im a fan of Shimano SPD in general and these do not disappoint...

    Pros:

    Light weight at 280g

    Simple to maintain and work on if needed

    Bullet proof

    Great roadie option for cyclists who prefer a more road like SPD pedal option

    Cons:

    They can be hard to clip in as the pedal is weighted oddly that the toe portion isnt usually rotated north.

    Reviewed 9/17/2020
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    My favorite pedal
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    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Iowa
    1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    I have tried numerous types of spd pedals from Shimano, the Shimano Ultegra road pedals, Time Expresso, Speedplay Frogs and these are my favorite pedals for road and gravel. One sided but feels like a road pedal with no hotspots.

    Reviewed 4/19/2020
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    Best SPD road pedal
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    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Iowa
    3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

    My favorite road pedal is the Time Xpresso which is light and easy to clip in and out. Cleats are not durable. Wanted to switch to SPD so it is easier to walk during bike tours. These come closest for me to road pedals. Some platform to transfer power and bottom of foot does not get pressure point heat from small MTB pedals even with the Speedplay Frogs.

    Reviewed 7/25/2019
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    Shimano is great as always
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    by JackH
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Santa Rosa, Ca
    2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

    As always Shimano is hard to beat, these pedals are great, easy entry & exit. Great value for the $$$

    Reviewed 3/24/2019
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    Nice lightweight SPD pedal
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    by JRL
    Cycling Enthusiast
    San Jose, Ca
    14 of 14 customers found this review helpful.

    Among the Shimano SPD pedals I own (M9000, M8000, A600, and this new ES600), the ES600 is the latest and lightest pair. It's similar to A600, but very slightly lighter. Since it's single sided, it is not as convenient as M9000 or M8000, but the difference is not that significant for on-road use. The only downside is the paint of the surface. It can easily get scuffs during your first ride. A600 has the same issue, but overall I prefer the appearance of A600.

    Reviewed 12/17/2018
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