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Good

AdvantagesGreat looking, lightweight and will improve performance no end.

DisadvantagesFar too expensive to consider purchasing new unless you are VERY serious.

.... What we have here is a serious bit of kit. These are the Speedplay Zero Stainless Steel Pedals. I opted for the ?lesser? model because I wanted to save money and I bought what was available at the time, though if you are a dedicated cyclist looking to shave of the tiniest amount of time then you may go the whole hog and invest in the titanium version. My experience What we have here are...

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Super

AdvantagesWide range of tones, 2 pedals in one, solid as a rock

DisadvantagesOverdrive could be better

...market, I had hoped for more. Its not awful by any means, but if youre just after an overdrive pedal, you should perhapslook elsewhere like the Boss Blues Driver which is a brilliant stand alone overdrive producer. Rating - satisfactory. Mixing the two sounds together in whatever ratios you like can yeild some cool sounds, but I always find myself veering towards the higher distortion settings...

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Excellent

“Pedalling Away”

published 23/02/2011

AdvantagesGreat pedals that evolve as you improve as a cyclist, great for beginners

DisadvantagesCan be hard to click into every now and again

...When I bought my latest bike the shop I got it from did a point scheme, where the more money you spent the more free items you could get with your bike. Due to the cost of my bike I ended up with close to £100 to spend on additional bits and pieces. That?s how I came to end up with a pair of Shimano PD-M324 SPD click pedals. I also picked up a pair of Shimano cycling shoes but that?s a review...

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