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Bike pedals & cleats

Bike pedals and cleats are essential components of a cyclist's setup, providing a secure connection between the rider and the bicycle. Pedals allow the rider to transfer power from their legs to the drivetrain, while cleats provide a means of attaching cycling shoes to the pedals. We have a wide selection from the leading brands in the industry such as Shimano, Look, Time and Crankbrothers!

Platform pedals

Platform pedals are flat pedals that do not require special cycling shoes or cleats. They provide a large surface area for the foot, allowing riders to comfortably pedal with any type of shoe. Platform pedals are popular among casual riders, commuters, and mountain bikers who may need to quickly put a foot down for stability or safety.

Road vs Mountain Bike clipless pedals; what's the difference?

Road clipless pedals are optimized for road cycling and prioritize efficiency and power transfer. They typically have a larger platform and a lighter weight compared to MTB clipless pedals. Road pedals often have a larger contact area with the cleat, providing a more stable and direct connection between the shoe and pedal. They also tend to offer a wider range of float adjustment, allowing for precise customization of the foot's movement.

MTB clipless pedals, on the other hand, are built to withstand the rigors of off-road riding. They have a smaller platform and are generally more robust and durable to handle the demands of rough terrain, impact, and mud. MTB pedals often feature a smaller contact area with the cleat to prevent mud buildup and provide easier engagement and disengagement. They may also have a mechanism that allows for more mud clearance, making it easier to clip in even in adverse conditions.

Another key difference is the design of the cleats. Road cleats typically have a three-bolt pattern that offers a wide range of adjustment for optimal foot placement and power transfer. MTB cleats, on the other hand, usually have a two-bolt pattern that provides more lateral freedom of movement, making it easier to maneuver the bike in technical terrain and walk off the bike.

Toe clips

Toe clip pedals, also known as toe cages, are a combination of platform pedals and straps that secure the rider's feet to the pedals. They provide some of the benefits of clipless pedals, such as improved efficiency and foot stability, without requiring special cycling shoes. Toe clip pedals are often favored by commuters and recreational cyclists who want the option to wear regular shoes while still enjoying the advantages of a connected pedal system.

Cleats

Regardless of the pedal type, the compatibility and proper installation of cleats are crucial. Cleats are small metal or plastic attachments that are affixed to the sole of cycling shoes. They have corresponding mechanisms on the pedals that allow the rider to engage and disengage easily. Proper alignment and adjustment of the cleats are important to ensure a comfortable and efficient riding position. Cleats can be adjusted to provide a range of float, allowing the foot to move slightly within the pedal for a more natural and comfortable pedaling motion.

When selecting pedals and cleats, it is important to consider personal preference, riding style, and intended use. Factors such as ease of engagement and disengagement, float options, and durability should be taken into account. Additionally, it is recommended to try different pedal systems and cleat positions to find the setup that suits individual needs and maximizes performance and comfort.