Nidge61
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 Shimano PD-T780 XT MTB SPD Trekking Pedals
Shimano PD-T780 XT MTB SPD Trekking Pedals
XT trekking SPDs are designed for recreational riders who commute and tour. This XT trekking pedal combines SPD mechanism on one side and a stable platform pedal body on the other, you can ride with cleats or normal shoes.
 
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The best of both worlds!
Posted27 August 2013
Nidge61
fromSydney NSW, Australia
Country : Australia
Age : 45-54
Interest : Cross Country MTB
Level : Regular
Gender : Male
Budget : Quality first
"The XT MTB pedals are prefect for riders of all levels. It's such a great feeling to have feedback through your pedals and there are no better pedals than the Shimanos!"
Pros: Comfortable, Rugged
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 Shimano PD-T780 XT MTB SPD Trekking Pedals
Shimano PD-T780 XT MTB SPD Trekking Pedals
XT trekking SPDs are designed for recreational riders who commute and tour. This XT trekking pedal combines SPD mechanism on one side and a stable platform pedal body on the other, you can ride with cleats or normal shoes.
 

Do these pedals face a certain side up?

Are the pedals weighted at all to face a certain way up?
No Scott, it depends on whether you want to use them with or without your cleats. Turn them as you want them!
1 year, 2 months ago
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Nidge61
Sydney NSW, Australia