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Shimano
PD-M530 SPD Clipless Trail Pedals

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Proven SPD features with the performance of an oversized platform.

Unlike a typical SPD pedal, the PD-M530 features an integrated cage for improved power transfer, control and impact resistance off-road. The extra support makes it a great candidate for commuting and touring use as well.

Additional Features:

  • Low maintenance sealed bearings
  • Chrome-moly spindle
  • Adjustable tension
  • Dual sided entry
  • Compatible with two-bolt Shimano SPD cleats (included)
  • Colors: Black or White
  • Weight: 455g/pair
 

Weight: 455 grams

 

Weight: 455 grams

 

Pedal Type: MTB Pedals 

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Great pedal...wish it came with 56 cleats instead.
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by Kevin
Willamette valle Oregon
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I like the pedal you can use the bike without your bike shoes if making a quik run. The cleats are another issue. I have fell several times with the cleats that they came with leading to chain ring cutting up calf, cuts in my seat and gouges in my shifter. I cannot get my left leg to pivot enough. Swaped out the cleats to multi dirction release and ha ent went down since, also havent had them release on the up stroke either(I was told I would). Now i have the locked in feel with the ability to get out.

Reviewed 6/19/2018
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Clip both sides
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by Anonymous
bay area
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

First time Ive had clips on both sides on a mountain bike. I prefer these over one sided clips

Reviewed 3/12/2018
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Such a good value.
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by BC
Cycling Enthusiast
Ridgecrest CA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I mean the XT and XTR pedals are lighter for sure but for the money these pedals are really good. They work really well for my trail bike and take abuse well.

Reviewed 7/24/2014
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Good Peddles for a newbie to clipless
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by GaryN
Casual Cyclist
McKinney, TX

I am going to post my insights on these clipless shoes and my peddles from a newbies perspective. Yeah, I don't get the clipless either, as I clip into the peddles... I ride about 20 miles 2-3 times a week, using a 29er mountain bike with slicks. I was scared to death of clipless, because I thought I would not be able to get out of them. I ordered the Shimano SM-SH56 SPD cleats to go with Shimano PD-M530 SPD Clipless Trail Pedals and Giro Rumble VR MTB Shoes. First off on the shoes, there is a channel that allows you to adjust the cleat position fore and aft, which helped me find the best fit. The Shoes are a bit heavy, but very solid and fit my feet well. The one thing I want to pass on, is the SM SH56 Cleats are multi release, so you can release your foot by twisting left or right. Plus you ARE NOT locked in to the peddles. You actually have some play where I can move my heal left or right by 12 inch to 34 of an inch. Which is really cool, as sometimes I have a little pain in my knee and by moving my right heel laterally I can take the pressure off. It really did not take me long to get used to clipping in and clipping out of the clipless cleats. You can adjust the tension on the peddles for the release pressure, and I have mine set light, but they don't come out on the upstroke. If you are considering trying clipless, go with the SM SH56 cleat, and these shoes, they were a good purchase for me. I was able to increase my pace on my circuit by 12 to 34 of a mile average. I went from 14.6 mph avg. to 15.1 and have gone faster but that was on a day when I had a good south wind. Overall I am very happy with this set up and would encourage anyone looking at trying out clipless to clip into their peddles to try this combo.

Reviewed 9/10/2018
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Good pedals
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Raleigh NC
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I use the pedals on my racing CX bike, the larger platform makes it easier to pedal if I don't clip in at first. The pedals are fairly lightweight. They are easy to install. I have had no issues at all.

Reviewed 12/26/2016
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Durable and a Great Price
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by George
Cycling Enthusiast
New Jersey
1 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I came back from 15 years on Time pedals to try out Shimano again. I was tired of replacing cleats a few times a season and the pedal bottoms would wear out on the Time's making your foot wobble. So far these pedals have taken some serious abuse and work fine and spin freely. I'm impressed given I paid 30 bucks for them.

Reviewed 10/26/2017
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My go to commuter pedals
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by Chilly D.
Cycling Enthusiast
North Florida
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

These are my commuter go to pedals. They are a shade on the heavy side, so weight weenies beware, but for us type, that just want a decent pair of SPDs to shoot around town with, they are an excellent choice. I have 8 bikes, and these pedals are installed on 4 of them. My bikes that don't have them are for racing, and touring. I've had 2 sets on 2 of my commuter bikes, that had held up for years of 4 season N.Y.C. commuting, and they still work as good as the day I got them. Definitely a good functional choice for the clip in commuter, who does have a roll of BENS burning a hole in his pocket.

Reviewed 4/6/2015
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Great pedals
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by KL
Cycling Enthusiast
Eastern WA
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Really like these. I put them on my cyclocross bike to help me with my dismounts and they work great. I've also road the bike with my street shoes on and the platform is just the right amount. Overall I've put these on all my bikes that can do double/triple duty!

Reviewed 11/4/2013
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GREAT SIZE, NOT TO LARGE
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by MPLSLAKES
Cycling Enthusiast
MINNEAPOLIS, MN
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I USE THIS ON MY ROAD BIKE AND IT IS JUST LARGE ENOUGH TO MAKE MOUNTING ON AND OFF MUCH EASIER WITHOUT BEING CLIPPED IN.

Reviewed 8/22/2013
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