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WELLGO- SPD Black Clipless

WELLGO- SPD Black Clipless
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Wellgo Spd Clipless pedals (model M094b) Plus set of SPD cleat
  • Compatible with all standard SPD shoes and SHIMANO mountain SPD pedals.
  • Double sided for easy access
  • Come with 98a cleat set in the box
Wellgo are a world class pedal company and these are one of their all time greats .

General info :

About SPD Cleats

Originally invented by Shimano, SPD is one of the two dominant cleat systems across the world. Designed originally for racing .
 
About Pedal Cleats 
Pedal cleats are the metal or plastic item that screws to the sole of your cycling shoe and then 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 the less experience the higher the degree of float that is advisable. 

Cleat Set Up 

here is a helpful shortcut to cleat set up from Cycling weekly

Cleat Set Up



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Availability: In stock      Product SKU: PED13
Wellgo Spd Clipless pedals (model M094b) Plus set of SPD cleat
  • Compatible with all standard SPD shoes and SHIMANO mountain SPD pedals.
  • Double sided for easy access
  • Come with 98a cleat set in the box
Wellgo are a world class pedal company and these are one of their all time greats .

General info :

About SPD Cleats

Originally invented by Shimano, SPD is one of the two dominant cleat systems across the world. Designed originally for racing .
 
About Pedal Cleats 
Pedal cleats are the metal or plastic item that screws to the sole of your cycling shoe and then 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 the less experience the higher the degree of float that is advisable. 

Cleat Set Up 

here is a helpful shortcut to cleat set up from Cycling weekly

Cleat Set Up

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