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Shimano
PD-R540 SPD-SL Pedals

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A great value with race tested SPD-SL technology in an affordable design.

  • Extra-wide platform increases stability and pedaling efficiency
  • Durable Cro-Moly spindle
  • Easy to maintain sealed cartridge bearings
  • Adjustable spring tension for customizable entry and release
  • Includes floating SPD-SL cleats
  • 330g/pair

Note: These pedals are compatible with SPD-SL style cleats (3-bolt triangular pattern) only. They are not compatible with SPD (two-bolt side to side) or SPD-R cleats

 

Weight: 340 grams

 

Weight: 340 grams

 

Pedal Type: Road Pedals 

 

Cleat Type: Road Cleats 

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My first road bike pedals and they work great!
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by Momentum
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland Oregon

My first road bike pedals. I have SPDs on my other bike but these work well and are easy to clip in and out of. I'm just getting back into riding again, not sure if I'd appreciate the lighter versions. Maybe I'll get the lighter versions for my next road bike.

Reviewed 9/21/2017
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Back-up Bike pedals
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by Old Man Biker
Cycling Enthusiast
Grand Rapids, MI

I wanted to have the same pedals on my back-up bike as I have on my main bike, which has Shimano SPD Ultegras. I bought these because they're less expensive than the Ultegras. They seem to be of the same quality, and work well with the shoes I use on both bikes. If they're heavier, it's of no concern to me. The important thing is their quality, which seems to be what I'd expect from Shimano and WBW.

Reviewed 5/25/2017
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Great pedals for the price
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by Verelle
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR

I just switched to these pedals from my old hand-me-down pair because I wanted a pair with 'float'. These are great! They were easy to transition to, and the pedals are large enough that I can use them with my street shoes.

Reviewed 9/15/2014
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Great for Second Bike
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by 55+
Cycling Enthusiast
Southern Ohio
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Nice to be able to upgrade back up bike, while my main ride is in the shop !

Reviewed 10/18/2012
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great clips
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast

Exactly as marked. Easy to install on road bike.

Reviewed 4/26/2012
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Top notch pedal at entry level price
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by oldrider
Cycling Enthusiast
Norcal
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

These are great pedals for the price. Bearings run nice and smooth, easy clip in and out, far range of adjustment for cleat tension, cleats last a long time. I have two bikes and have Look pedals on one of them. I wanted to change over to Shimano for both so I could use my newer shoes for both bikes. I have Shimano 105 5700's on the other bike. Can't tell a difference. The R540's have a rubber cleat plate vs a stainless steel for the 5700. Both are wide with a low platform. To top if off I got it at a low price with a price match. I really can't say anything negative about these pedals. Great product for the price.

Reviewed 1/16/2012
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Truly a bargain in clipless pedals
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by DR Dave
Cycling Enthusiast
Bayfield, CO

I often recommended this pedal to new riders, it has an easy to enter platform. It is a great value, even better on sale with typical Shimano quality.

Reviewed 5/25/2018
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st pedal for the price
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by Norcal rider
Cycling Enthusiast
Auburn Ca
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

For the money you can't find a better road pedal. I have a couple of pairs of Look Keo pedals, (uncluding the new Keo 2 blade). I prefer the Shimano pedals as they have a wider cleat platform , easier to clip in, and the cleats last forever (compared to the Keo's). I think Shimano uses the same bearings for all their road pedals, only difference is the pedal body, these are alluminum. The only problem I have encountered with the Shimano pedals is if you are constantly messing with the tension release, afer a period of time, you stop getting that positive clicking sound letting you know that you have advanced to the next higher or lower setting. I set mine in the middle range and don't fiddle with it. Why spend close to or over a hundred dollars when these will do the job for a fantastic price?

Reviewed 3/30/2018
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Great Beginner Pedals
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by SG
Competitive Racer
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Really good pedals.

Reviewed 3/1/2018
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Great for the money
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by Anonymous
cape fear

All around the required function

Reviewed 1/25/2018
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White Shimano pedals
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by Anonymous
Ogden Ut

I got thes pedals because of price. They are just as awesom as the Dura Ace pedals i used daily for almosr eight years i may get another pair for my other Road bike.

Reviewed 11/2/2017
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Work as expected
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Colorado Frontrange Foothills

They do the job. I want all my (and my family's) bikes to use the same system so the pedals are a low cost way for converting old and cheaper bikes.

Reviewed 3/16/2015
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