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    using time, switch to spd?

    i've been wondering about this. is spd any easier to clip into? i bought the time because they were said to be the most durable and best for dirty conditions. how are the spd in dirty conditions?

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    easier than what?

    They use them on mtn bikes a lot. I haven't had any issues with mine getting all mucky.

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    SPD are very easy to clip in/out of, and AFAIK they were designed for use in off-roading so they handle dirty conditions very well.

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    Time what, road? ATAC is exactly the same feel as mtb spd

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