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Old 05-09-05, 01:46 PM   #1
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Do Nashbar clipless pedals come with cleats?

I am planning to buy some nashbar clipless atb pedals. The website doesn't make clear if any of their pedals come with cleats. But the cleats are listed as "replacement cleats" everywhere, so I'm assuming they do.

Can anybody clue me in?
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The Nashbar ATB peddles I ordered recently came with cleats.
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The Nashbar ATB peddles I ordered recently came with cleats.
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Mine came with cleats but if you want to check as I did phone

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Mine did.
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Mine did. THey were the Ventoux Look style pedals and cleats
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I ordered a SPD pair and they do come with the cleats...and in my particular case it came with two different cleats! So I had to return them so I have a pair of the same type of cleats...
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I'm not clear on the cleats - are they Look compatible??

They look like the Wellgo's which are sort of Look compatible / sort of ..............

Does anyone know - are these compatible??
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I'm not clear on the cleats - are they Look compatible??

They look like the Wellgo's which are sort of Look compatible / sort of ..............

Does anyone know - are these compatible??
I think their road pedals use the Look 3-bolt pattern, but the cleats won't actually fit Look pedals. I think SPD is the only type of cleat which is actually compatible among different manufacturers.
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I think their road pedals use the Look 3-bolt pattern, but the cleats won't actually fit Look pedals. I think SPD is the only type of cleat which is actually compatible among different manufacturers.
Do you know though whether the Look cleats would fit their pedals???
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Do you know though whether the Look cleats would fit their pedals???
I would expect not. The cleats look similar in shape, but are not close enough to actually fit each others' pedals. I'm sure Nashbar would advertise this feature if they had it (they advertise that the SPD pedals are compatible with shimano SPD cleats).
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