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Ultegra PD-R8000 SPD-SL Pedals

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Pedal to the metal.

Dropping weight and lowering the stack height over it's name-sharing sibling, these Shimano Ultegra PD-R8000 SPD-SL Pedals offer professional-level performance for the serious cycling enthusiast. Featuring the same extra-wide carbon platform that started with their Dura-Ace pedals, these pedals provide a more efficient transfer of your pedaling power, while the wide bearing placement ensures that these pedals will stand up to years of abuse.


  • Carbon-composite body.
  • Adjustable entry and release tension settings.
  • Low stack height.
  • Extra-wide platform for a more efficient transfer of power.
  • -0.7mm lower than PD-6800.
  • Claimed weight: 248g.
  • Includes: 3-bolt SPD-SL cleat.

Pedal Type: Road Pedals 


Cleat Type: Road Cleats 

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Pretty much the perfect pedal
by robbal
Cycling Enthusiast

These pedals are solidly made, have a very positive engagement mechanism, and are easy to flip with your toe before re-engaging. I have thousands of trouble free miles on previous generation Ultegra pedals, and I see no reason why these should be anything less than super reliable. I have no issue with weight as I don't think pedals are where you want a superlight component. You want a rock solid pedal that you never worry about. Other nice things - they look great and you can ride your bike in tennis shoes for short distances without discomfort or fear of slipping off. Just remember not to bunny hop.

Reviewed 5/8/2018
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by Anonymous
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Would buy again

Reviewed 4/26/2018
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Great pedals.
by NinerSL
Cycling Enthusiast
Pleasanton, CA
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I love it. Thanks to the reviews. It helped me to pick the R8000 SL Pedals.

Reviewed 3/8/2018
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Long-lasting quality
by tzed250
Competitive Racer
Rhode Island

As light and as technical as their Dura Ace offering from a couple of years ago, Shimano's R8000 pedals are strong, light, and reliable. Adjustable release tension is a must-have. Metal wear surfaces will ensure these last a good long while. Are the new Dura Ace pedals worth the extra money? Not to me, but you have the budget go for it. I'm sticking with Ultegra.

Reviewed 7/2/2018
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Excellent and works perfectly
by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Upstate NY
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Got this on sale and it worth every penny. With only three contacts points on a bike, having a high quality high performing bike pedal is essential. The lighter weight and improved wider platform allows easy spinning and great power transfer through the pedals. If these are on sale definitely buy them.

Reviewed 5/28/2018
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Nice pedal, lightweight, large platform, very difficult to kick out of even at lightest setting
by Miles
Cycling Enthusiast
Yaak, Montana
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I like everything about this pedal except its tightness. Pros lightweight, smooth rotation, large platform, excellent energy transfer. Cons It is very difficult to kick out of these pedals. This may be more of an issue with new cleats. I have the pedals on the lightest setting and repeatedly work on clicking in and out. However, I really need to concentrate on a technique that works and plan ahead when I'm going to kick out, because of the stiffness. I've ridden about 300 miles on these pedals and the yellow SPD-SL cleats to date. I've lubed the contact areas on the pedals and pivot point, and have even worked the pivot action thousands of times using soft jawed vice grips. My next option is to try blue cleats because they have less rotation, to see if that helps with kick out. The most consistent kick out technique I have found is to firmly press the front of the cleat forward against the front of the pedal clasp prior to rotating the heal outward.

Reviewed 5/17/2018
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