- Shimano DX M647 Pedals
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Designed for the rigors of BMX as well as off-road racers.
Top Features of the Shimano DX M647 Pedals
- SPD Cleat Surfaces: both
- Pop-up Floating Cage: Yes
- Spindle Thread: BC 9/16" x 20T.P.I.
- Cartridge Spindle: Yes
- Cleat Retention Indicator: Yes
- Cleat Retention Adjuster: Yes
- Mud Shedding Design: Yes
- Pedal Body: aluminum/anodized
- Cage: resin
|Axle Material:||Cromoly Steel|
Dual-sided pop-up bindings that position the pedal body at 12.5 degrees angle for easy and fast entry, with adjustable cleat tension and indicators to show tension for each side.
Uses the SH-51 Cleats
About the Shimano brand
Shimano are the makers of the world's most well known cycle component brand. Established in 1921 when the first cycle freewheel was forged. Shimano produce drivetrains, wheels, pedals, shoes, cycling clothing and pretty much every Shimano cycle accessory you can think of! Famous for their top end products ridden by the pro's, Dura-Ace and XTR, which cover both road and MTB's. At Shimano, they're doing everything they can to respond to heightened environmental concerns. Shimano are proud to be a producer of bicycle components that help people to enjoy outdoor sports and interact with nature through healthy non-polluting activities. In their 87 plus years of existence Shimano have accumulated a wealth of technology and product development and expertise that serves as the driving force behind their continually evolving product line.
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Magazine reviews for Shimano DX M647 Pedals
Review from MBR
Originally designed to withstand the rigours of DH and BMX racing, the DXs have proved popular with trail riders looking for improved pedal stability. The new design is lighter than its predecessor and the replaceable resin cage is a lot stronger than that of the entry-level 424s.
The DXs have a reassuring click on entry and have a pronounced edge where the float ends so you always know where you are. The flip side is that you can't get your foot down as quickly as on the mallets.
Review from Bikeradar
Here's Shimano's dependable SPD system in a bigger, easier-to-hit pedal. This is a trail pedal you can clip into, stand on, whack into rocks and not worry about.
The usual clockwork precision of the SPD entry and exit will delight Shimanoites, as will the durability.Shimano has made metal-bodied platform cipless pedals, but its cheaper resin-bodied ones turned out to be more durable as well as lighter, so Shimano came up with this high-end version.
It's also believed that in some circumstances the resin body will slide over rocks rather than gripping and launching the rider over the bars, so if you're prone to pedal-snag crashes, these might save you a flying lesson.
Detractors will point to them being less than optimum for planting errant feet, and they're only okay at dealing with thick mud.
Essentially, if you like pedalling where others don't, then save yourself at least one avoidable crash and use the resin-bodied DX.
Standard reliable SPD function in a rugged resin cage
Review from MBR
perfect if you like the stability of flat pedals but the performance benefits of being clipped in. the wide resin cage supports your foot, allowing the use of softer-soled shoes. The cleat sticks up at the right angle when you're clipped out, making re-entry a breeze. They're wider than regular SPDs so you may catch them on more rocks or ruts though.
Performance and stability. A great way to move into SPDs.
Product Q & A
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The clip does rise up slightly above the cage but on a short trip you shouldn't notice it.
Sorry a newbie question
If you are doing true (extreme) downhill, you might want to look at BMX pedals and ripple shoes as an alternative.
The MX M647 pedal is an SPD pedal encased within an ABS impact resistant body. Just like other SPD pedals they are all compatible with Shimano SPD shoes
Cage size for both pedals is 100x80mm
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