Greennick
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Amazing low priced SPD pedal for all round use including tough freeride and off-road use
 
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Shimano M424
Posted02 May 2011
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"This is a cheaper version of the M647 that I have on my full-sus Marin. Despite this , this is the second pair I have bought. My wife's and my Whyte Hardtail now have these and I honestly find it hard to detect any difference in their performance or durability (to date) against the more expensive M647. Both versions are excellent and provide the rider with the option to ride with ordinary trainers if you've forgotten your bike shoes (as has happened to me a couple of times). ps. Mine came with cleats when purchased"
Pros: Durable, Great Value, Comfortable, High Quality, Adjustable
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Amazing low priced SPD pedal for all round use including tough freeride and off-road use
 

Will these pedals and clips fit my cycle shoes

I received the dhb M1 cycle shoes for xmas. Can you advise if the following Pedal and cleats will be best for my shoes:

Shimano M424 SPD Pedals; and
Shimano SPD MTB Cleats.

In respect of cleats 'I am a novice', should I have Multi Release or Standard Release?

Many Thanks
Pete
Definitely multi-release, no performance difference but improved chance of getting out in an emergency, which adds confidence to your ride.
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