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Shimano SPD MTB Cleats: Available options are SH51, SH52 and SH56 to fit the vast majority of SPD pedals.
Top Features of the Shimano SPD MTB Cleats
- SH51 SPD single release cleats, recommended for all MTB SPD pedals except PD M858: release the cleat by twisting heel outwards. In layman's terms, this is the cleat that will fit 99% of SPD compatible pedals excluding the PDM858.
- SH52 SPD single release cleats, recommended for PDM858 pedal: release the cleat by twisting heel outwards. In layman's terms, this is the cleat that will fit all of the same pedals as above (SH51) and ALSO the PDM858. Unless you have the PDM858, Wiggle would recommend opting for the more popular SH51 option.
- SH 56: Designed to work with all open design pedals: allow your shoe to be disengaged by rolling or twisting the foot in any direction
- Please Note: SH51 and SH56 cleats do not come supplied with Cleat Nuts
Please Note: SH51 and SH56 cleats do not come supplied with Cleat Nuts
About Pedal Cleats
Pedal cleats are the metal or plastic item that attaches to the sole of your cycling shoe and clips into your pedals. Most shoes will accept most popular cleats (MTB shoes will take MTB cleats and Road shoes, Road cleats) but some may require adaptors. You need the exact cleat to match your pedals although some have either single release (twist outwards) or multi-release (twist in either direction) options. Cleats feature 'float', this is the amount of natural movement your joints require your ankle to move during the pedal stroke and is an important factor.
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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Multi release a great for newbies to clipless and also for more interesting XC terrain where you may need to release quickly. For example going uphill and hitting a boggy spot. No release means an unpleasant stop at the end of the fall so its important to be able to release.
Not sure about shoes but normally road shoes have a different set up.
Multi release release at any angle, making them easier to get out of if you are not used to clipless pedals.
I aleardy have 424 SPDs
Hope this helps!
The pedals at your gym need to be Shimano compatible, ask a gym worker if they can find out for you what pedals are being used.
having just looked at the bottom of my spin shoes, the spd says shimano sm sh56.
i am looking to buy the dnb m1 mtb shoe to purely use with the keiser m3 bike, which spd cleats would i need to buy to fit ?
Any help will do , thanks
Can I use SH56 cleats?
Do I have to buy cleat adaptor SH-SM85?
SPD cleats are different. Mountain bike style attached to the shoe by two holes close together.
No such thing as a standard pedal though.
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