Are Shimano XT pedals good?
We’re big fans of the XT Platforms. They’re durable, have as much grip as you need, and they feel good under your feet. Some pedals get so minimal that it doesn’t feel like you have much support underfoot; the XT PD-M8140 is a solid platform.
Do Shimano SPD pedals wear out?
the cleats are made of a softer metal so they wear a lot quicker than the pedals. eventually the pedals will wear after a few sets of cleats. Worn out Pedals, Cleats and Bearings with shimano.
How long should SPD cleats last?
3,000 to 5,000 miles
Speedplay recommends replacing your cleats every 3,000 to 5,000 miles, but as mentioned, it depends on your riding style, conditions and how much you walk around in them.
Is the Shimano XT pedal the sweet spot in the lineup?
By machining down the alloy body, Shimano was able to substantially lessen the profile giving the rider a lower, more confident perch. Having experienced none of the durability issues we had with the Shimano XTR M9120 we feel that the XT pedal is likely the sweet spot in the Shimano lineup.
Is the Shimano XT pd-m780 truly indestructible?
After tens of thousands of miles, it’s clear the XT PD-M780 simply can’t be beat. In this video review, you’ll find out why Shimano’s seemingly indestructible XT and XTR pedals are my favorites and what you need to do to keep yours spinning smoothly for years to come. Have long-term stories about your Shimano SPD pedals?
What are the best SPD pedals for mountain biking?
Shimano offers an incredibly diverse range of SPD pedals, we find the XT M8120 best suited for the mountain biker wanting a bit more connection with the bike without breaking the bank. At 404 grams, they’re light enough that we’d recommend them for just about any bike.
Is the Shimano pd-m8120 XT a SPD pedal?
Shimano PD-M8120 XT… Back in 1983 Shimano debuted two new products, a group called Deore XT for the burgeoning mountain bike market and the other was the first SPD pedal. After 37 years of evolution, both products have found their respective grooves and the Shimano XT M8120 is the latest product to carry both names.