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    pink spd pedals?

    i'm looking for a pair of pink spd pedals for my wife. my google-fu has failed.

    does anybody have any links or ideas?

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    Here's a pair from BikeWorldUSA listed at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Shimano-PD-R54.../dp/B000XVRT8M Maybe they'll work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BridgeRider View Post
    Here's a pair from BikeWorldUSA listed at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Shimano-PD-R54.../dp/B000XVRT8M Maybe they'll work.

    Matt
    Kinda; they're SPD-SL, which means that their cleats use a three-hole bolt pattern commonly found on road-specific bike shoes. If the OP's wife has such shoes, they'd be a good choice.

    An alternative for two-bolt SPD-compatible shoes would be some (discontinued) Crank Brothers Quattros. Although they come with three-bolt cleats, the standard two-bolt Crank Brothers cleats will also work. I think I've also seen their Candy pedals come in pink, although they're not shown on the CB website now.

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    yeah, they have to spd, she already has the shoes, and needs to be able to walk, too.

    i remember wellgo used to have some crazy colors, i used to have pair of orange and another white. now all they seem to have is black.

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    Most of the color (black) on my spds has worn off long ago. If you if the color you want, it probably won't last for long if she actually rides.
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    spd pedals are invisible under the shoes, so color ought to be irrelevant. But what do I know about a woman's sense of color aesthetics?
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