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Old 02-19-18, 04:49 PM
Flamme Rouge
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Look for something with a decent sized platform to minimize hot spots (plus a stiff-soled shoe). Shimano pedals are nice because replacement cleats are pretty inexpensive.

I've been riding Campy pro-fits for close to 20 years. I *never* service them except to clear gunk away from the locking mechanism... Have never touched the bearings. Thought I wanted to change a few years ago, to try something a little lighter, but after a week I went back. Single-sided so a bit tricky to clip in, until you get the hang of it, but that's not really an issue for long distance riding.
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