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Shimano
PD-M324 Pedals

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Tired of switching out your clipless pedals when you want to wear street shoes? Install the PD-M324 and leave them there with a half clipless, half platform design so you can ride in any shoes you want. Compatible with SPD cleats (included). Durable CroMoly spindle and sealed cartridge bearings. 515g/pair (without cleats). Silver.

 

Weight: 515 grams

 

Cleat Type: MTB Cleats 

 

Pedal Type: Flat and BMX Pedals 

 

Pedal Type: MTB Pedals 

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Excellent Pedals
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by Calvin Shaw
Southern foothills on NC

I was looking for pedals for my Kona Sutra, when touring most of the time I will wear my bike shoes, but there are many times, I like to wear some other shoe. This pedal fit the bill. Easy to install, smooth function and no squeaks or weird noises. I have about 400 miles on them, and they are terrific. Will probably buy another set for my older bike. Really makes it easy to just jump and go riding with my grand kids. Thanks Western!

Reviewed 8/25/2018
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Very happy with these pedals!
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by Anonymous
Daily Commuter
Portland, OR

I keep buying this pedals for all my bikes. Enjoy them very much. Solid construction.

Reviewed 5/7/2018
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working class heroes
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by son of bikeblogger
Daily Commuter
Springfield, Il

I use flip-flop pedals on all my bikes. These are on my winterrainy day commuter bike. They are too heavy for a bike you want to go your fastest on, but they are totally solid and reliable for a utility bike. Clip inout is clean with easily adjustable tension.

Reviewed 6/12/2017
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Good grip with the cleated flat petal
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by Anonymous

I use these on mountains bike tours where I need to ride unclipped on my strong side so I can touch down immediately at tip-over speed on steep hills. The grip on my strong side (unclipped) is strong allowing me to inch along as required. Also, I like to use these at home when going to the gym or grocery store using my running shoes.

Reviewed 8/4/2017
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Perfect pedal for touring, commuting, camping and rando riding
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by DrJabb
Cycling Enthusiast
Mad river valley Vermont

I put these pedals on my touring/rando bike, and when I need the bike to go the corner store the flat side is perfect with flip flops, best of two worlds!

Reviewed 5/8/2017
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Solid design, easy to match with my Shimano shoes.
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by Vince
Daily Commuter
Portland, Oregon
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

For daily commute as well as longer road biking on weekends.

Reviewed 4/21/2017
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A nice combination pedal
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by Dave
Cycling Enthusiast
Avon Park Fl & Toledo OH
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I ordered these as I have on more than one occassion hd folks that wanted to try out my recumbent trike but the pedals I had on it were clip on both sides. These fit the need that I had and are a quality product.

Reviewed 3/6/2017
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Great pedal for urban commuting.
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by DE
Cycling Enthusiast
Arlington, VA

I have had Shimano campus pedals on my mountain bike for years. When it was time to replace them, there was no question I would get another pair. When using road pedals on my road bike or two-sided SPDs on my single speed and commuting downtown, there are always the occasions when I need a fast start at a light and can't get clipped in quickly enough-you either slip out or fudge your way through. With the platform, you can do a couple of strokes on either side and clip in later. I tend to use this bike in lousy/snowy weather, and these pedals are perfect. (They also work great for actual mountain biking, though they do have a slightly larger profile than simple SPD pedals.)

Reviewed 5/21/2014
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Fantastic for every day and long rides
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR

I have had these pedals on my favorite road bike for about 8 years and bought a second pair to put on another one of my bikes. Totally comfortable for use w/ street shoes, flip flops, boots, and if absolutely necessary, barefoot (not recommended though!). High quality, long lasting. Super useful. Highly recommended.

Reviewed 10/11/2013
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Very functional and seem to be high quality.
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I put these pedals on my commuter bike and they work great!

Reviewed 12/25/2014
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Great pedal for clips or just a ride to the store.
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by abicycledoc4u
Cycling Enthusiast
Menifee,CA

I put these on a friend's vintage Nishiki International road bike. He also has a MTB with clips. Now he can ride either with his shoes or hop on the road bike to run to the store. They are little heavy. I guess you have to trade off for versatility.

Reviewed 2/1/2012
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Got what I wanted.
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by Eric F.
Iowa

They're heavy as hell, but it's super convenient to have both options.

Reviewed 9/2/2018
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Nice for commuting
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by Teleskier
Competitive Racer
Aspen

Very pleased with these pedals. I like the click in & the flat pedal option also.

Reviewed 7/27/2018
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Great bulid quality and functionality
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by birdfish
Daily Commuter
SF east bay area

I just want to second what has already been said, both sides of this pedal are extremely functional (cleat or no cleat) and they are solid construction. I'm using them for the daily commute and they are a joy to ride with. Catch them on sale and you've got a double bonus.

Reviewed 7/16/2018
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versatility rules
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by birdfish
Daily Commuter
SF bay area

Got these for my 'weekend' bike and great so far. Was worried that the weight of the SPD side would make it harder to get to the flat side, but no problem. A quick glance and a tap of the toe and away you go.

Reviewed 6/12/2018
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Solid and versatile
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by Stumphumper
Cycling Enthusiast
Laurel Highlands, PA

Solid pedals at a good price. I bought these as soon as I saw them because I already have a set for one bike and I wanted to have the same rig on my new bike. Riding shuttle or IMBA trails, you can use either paddling shoes or Mtn bike shoes with the choice of pedal side. Great option.

Reviewed 4/26/2018
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Fantastic and versatile.
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by Hawkeyesaver
Cycling Enthusiast
Iowa &40not flat&41
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I really enjoy the versatility of these pedals. I enjoy the efficiency and consistency that SPD pedals offer but, occasionally I just want to jump on and ride the park or convenience store around the block. The flat side offers you the ability to ride safely without having your cleated shoes on. As I have started to increase the distance that I ride I have also found value in the ability to unclip and pedal for a while on the flat side for comfort.

Reviewed 7/24/2017
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Great, versatile pedals
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by JayRai
Cycling Enthusiast
Denver, CO
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I put these on my hybrid bike that I use for inside training where weight doesn't matter, and for kicking around town in. Nice to be able to just jump on the bike with regular shoes when I want and yet be able to use with bike shoes as well.

Reviewed 3/16/2018
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Nice retro pedals that work well with both SPD clips and old fashioned toe clips at the same time.
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by Green Bay G
Cycling Enthusiast
Davis, CA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Very pleased with these pedals purchased to replace my pedals that were 25 years old. Bought these so that I could use my existing MTB shoes with SPD clips and on the other side, attached toe clips so that I could remain true to the CA Erioca event that I rode earlier in April. Pedals work extremely well and I'd recommend them to anyone that wants to maintain that vintage look to their road bike.

Reviewed 5/6/2017
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Nice option!
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
New York, NY
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

These pedals are great because you can clip in or ride with regular shoes without having to switch out pedals. They also have a more traditional look, so I fit them on to one of my vintage bikes (the flat side has slots for toe clips and straps). Durable and inexpensive. Great pedals.

Reviewed 3/4/2015
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