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Shimano PD-T400 CLICK'R Pedals

Designed for ease-of-use, the Shimano Click'R PD-T400 bike pedals feature an easy-to-engage pedal/cleat interface for riders wanting to try clipless pedals for the first time.

  • Lighter spring for simple entry and release.
  • Pop-up cage for easier step in.
  • Integrated reflector.
  • Adjustable entry and release tension settings.
  • Chrome-moly spindle and low maintenance sealed bearing cartridge axle.
  • Multi directional release cleats included.
  • Weight: 507g per pair.
  • Colour: White, Black
 
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great light action SPD for commuting These are ideal for commuting as they are double sided SPD with built in pedal reflectors. The action is light so I run them set to the tightest setting. With the supplied multi-angle release cleats the connection to the pedal is firm enough but easy to get your foot out for those unplanned stops that can crop up on a commute! With the standard shimano cleats the action is a little tighter if you need a firmer clip-in. I have not had any problems with unexpected un-clipping when pedalling due to the lighter action compared to standard SPDs. 09 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent SPD pedals Most impressed with these pedals. Pros Double sided, so no problems finding binding and clipping in. Reflectors, so will keep PC Plod happy. Found them to be easier to unclip from than Shimano M647 SPD tried previously. No issues experienced with inadvertent unclipping on climbs. Would definitely recommend the Click'R option for any SPD pedal user. Downsides Possibly just the weight compared to other road pedal / cleat systems. 26 March 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Confidence building Bought as my wife's first foray into clipless pedals, and she had all the usual anxieties about being attached to the bike. Ridiculously easy to clip in - it's actually more difficult to have an entry failure than it is to do it properly. 30 December 2013
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These pedals are designed for use with SPD cycling shoes; for a standard flat sole shoe, you should consider standard flat pedals or dual sided pedals (which have one flat side, and one SPD side so they are compatible with both cycling and regular shoes)
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It's possible for short trips, but certainly not practical for any significant ride.
Shoes will slip around on the metal binding, which protrudes above the level of the surround. Cycle shoes with recess for SPD cleat mount is what's required.
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I wouldn't recommend using running shoes with these pedals as the SPD clip sticks up above the platform of the pedal so it will stick into the sole and you will feel it pushing in whilst pedalling.
A pedal with an SPD one side and flat the other side would be better, the Click'r T420 has this configuration.
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The cleats supplied with these pedals require an MTB SPD compatible shoe.

I would suggest shoes similar to the item recommended below.
 
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You would need a shoe with an SPD cleat attached.
i.e. Shimano Cleats SM-SH56 or similar.

http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/shimano-cleats-sm-sh56/rp-prod10969
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