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Originally Posted by jareed58 View Post
The SEARCH did not understand my query, so I'll ask here. What are the pros and cons to the dual pedals SPD on one side and platform on the other. Seems, on the surface, to be a great idea, especially for us beginners at Mountain biking. I have SPD pedals to install but, I am waiting to get some more experience on trails. Only been at the Mountain Biking for about 3 weeks. Been in a few situations, were being clipped in would have been painful, to say the least. Any suggestions for the transition to SPD pedals?
Other than a little bit of weight, there's no particular downside to SPD/Platform pedals.

I use them on my fat bike in winter--when I'm on icy patches I swap to the platform side.
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