Shimano PD-M324 Pedals

Shimano PD-M324 Pedals
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These versatile pedals feature adjustable Shimano SPD bindings on one side and standard cages on the other: the perfect combination for riders who ride with cleated cycling shoes and also with regular shoes. With sealed bearings and chromoly axles, the M324s are durable and practical all-around pedals.

Part Numbers

UPC MPN
689228072466 EPDM324

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5.0

(based on 6 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Highly compatible  (4)
  • Rugged  (4)
  • Versatile simple 
  • Versatile 
  • Reliable 

Best Uses

  • Casual trails  (4)
  • Cross Country  (2)
  • Free Riding 
  • Single Track 

REVIEWS

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5

Love the pedals

By 

from Rockford illinois

About Me

Comments:

Just upgraded my crossrip to these pedals. So much better pedaling. The freedom to change from one to the other even with shoes.

5

Great reversible option, with extra advantage

By 

from St. Louis, MO

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Versatile Simple
  • Rugged

Cons

    Best Uses

    Comments:

    I ride a mix of dirt/gravel trails and paved surfaces. Sometimes I forget my cleated shoes. This gives me the option of switching between clipped or not on the fly. Extra advantage: the platform side is hollow in the middle, allowing my cleat to protrude down below the plane of the pedal. Simply clip out, flip the pedal, and step on a firm flat surface with my cleat out of the way. Perfect when encountering crossings and pedestrians on an urban trail. Once clear I just flip to the other side and clip back in.

    4

    Happy with this purchase!

    By 

    from Augusta, Georgia

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Pros

    • Rugged
    • Highly Compatible

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Casual Trails

      Comments:

      If u want to "ease" into clipless pedals, these are a good choice! I can choose to be clipped in or I can flip the pedal and be completely unattached to the bike! Nice product for those learning to use clipless pedals!

      4

      When you need some flexibility

      By 

      from Dayton, OH

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Pros

      • Highly Compatible

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Casual Trails

        Comments:

        These are really nice pedals--the clip on pedals have a really good feel to them and then you have the option to go with regular pedals on family rides to the park.

        5

        Best Pedals I own

        By 

        from Gainesville, FL

        About Me Avid Cyclist

        Pros

        • Rugged
        • Versatile
        • Highly Compatible
        • Reliable

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Casual Trails
          • Single Track
          • Cross Country

          Comments:

          These pedals are great. I am a person that has many bikes. I don't always put on my cycling shoes when I hop on my bike, these pedals are on some of my recreation bikes so I always have the option. They are great and I highly recommend them.

          5

          I like these pedals

          By 

          from Evansville, WI

          About Me Casual Cyclist

          Pros

          • Rugged
          • Highly Compatible

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Casual Trails
            • Cross Country
            • Free Riding

            Comments:

            I ride my bike for exercise and the enjoyment of the open road. I live in the country and try to take different roads to explore the area. The roads can be pretty rough in places. After a lot of thought, I decided to buy new pedals and bike shoes. I wanted something that was versatile and would allow me to ride without my bike shoes. These pedals have been great. The whole bike-shoe/clipped-to-the-pedal thing is something to get used to, but I'm getting there and find it easier to use every day.

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