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  • Shimano Dura-Ace 9000 SPD-SL Road Pedals
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Shimano Dura-Ace 9000 SPD-SL Pedals

SPD-SL pedals guarantee a reliable and efficient connection between you and the bike. Extra-wide platforms offer maximum power transfer and comfort, while wear-resistant top plates ensure durability.

Shimano Dura-Ace 9000 SPD-SL Pedals Features:

  • Carbon composite body
  • Stainless steel top plate
  • Optional 4mm longer axle
  • Low weight

Buy Shimano Dura-Ace 9000 SPD-SL Pedals from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Carbon
  • Option: 4mm Longer Axle, Standard Axle
 
Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Never thought they'd be this good After using Look Keo classics for years - in fact look pedals for 20+ years, I made the switch to the highest end shimano pedals. I'm not sure how these *really* compare to say, Ultegra pedals, but hey, I've always had Dura-Ace, so I was always going to get the more expensive version... Here's the difference: 1) More contact area. You can FEEL more of your foot on the pedal (somehow). 2) They're weighted perfect. When starting at the traffic lights - I've not had to look down once to line things up... First time every time. And they engage perfect. 3) With the blue cleats that come with them, there's little "play" in the pedal, meaning you can control your foot better 4) More Power. As a result of better contact and control, you can just pedal harder. How much harder? Well, In the 20km TT as part of a duathlon today, I took a whole 1min 40secs off my previous best. Strava KOM, Course record. I couldn't believe it. Over a 90km course I took off 15 MINUTES compared to last time. I know - I'm probably a fraction fitter (1month worth of training since the last efforts), but hey - I'm still astounded that the ONLY difference was the pedals. So yeah - I recommend them. 31 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great pedals Superb pedals at reduced price. Easy clip in/out. Great addition to dura ace group set. 15 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by No reason not buying this pedals with 40% off! I am not going to buy it if there are not discount on it. However, when I received it and installed on my bike, I can tell you that it is a big different between this DA9000 and the one i was currently using ultegra 6700 pedals. The bearing is a lot smoother than 6700. It is an extremely great chance for me to upgrade my bike! 13 December 2013
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Yes they do come with cleats. They are SM-SH12s
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All clipless pedals that we sell come with cleats unless clearly stated otherwise.

These pedals come complete with Shimano Cleat SH-12.
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What is the weight of each of these pedals? Durace 9000, Ultegra carbon and Durace carbon? Other than weight are there any other significant differences in these 3 pedals with bearings and the way it rolls?
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These pedals vary in construction, top plates, bearings and bushing creating the weight differences.

Dura-Ace 9000 - Approx 250g
Ultegra 6800 C - Approx 283g
Dura-Ace 7900 - Approx 251g
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Both of these pedals use the SPD-SL cleat system and are cross compatible.
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Shimano settled for a cosmetic update on the Dura-Ace pedal, so while there isn't a huge performance diference between the 7900 and 9000 versions, the 9000 is slightly lighter and has the option of the longer axle. The 9000 pedals are supplied with the new SH-12 cleats, which pivots in the front rather than the centre (to eliminate lateral play), and offers 1 degree of float compared to the 3 degrees on the standard SH-11 cleats.
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The longer axle option is to increase the Q-Factor for riders with a wider stance.
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