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any reviews for this pedal?

Old 08-26-08, 03:47 PM
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any reviews for this pedal?



its the nashbar rodeo, but curious about any pedals with a cage on one side and clipless on the other. thanks, lou

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I had them on my commuter. The clip works fine, but the pedal as a whole is a compromise. I found myself having to look down and flip over the pedal to clip in a lot of times, which was kind of a pain. I finally put a double sided SPD on the bike and I like it a lot better because I never have to think about clipping in.
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