Shimano PD-A530 Pedals

 
4.0 stars
 (3 Reviews)
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Description

Shimano's PD-A530 Pedals are versatile Jekyll and Hyde pedals that are great on the road or on the trail. One side is flat so you can do quick rides with any shoes, and the other is SPD compatible for efficient clipless pedaling. Of course, they feature the durable, all-weather sealed cartridge bearings and the adjustable entry and release tension settings that Shimano is famous for.

Features & Info

Cleat compatibility: SPD

Cleats included
Weight: 383 grams (pair)

Consumer Reviews

 
4.0 stars

(3 reviews)

100% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Compatible  (2)
  • Easy to use  (2)
  • Easy to use an regulation 
  • Lightweight 
  • Versatile 

Cons

Best Uses

  • Commuting  (2)
  • Casual riding 
  • Climbing 
  • Sprinting 

 
3.0
Nov 22, 2012

Good stuff

Pros:
Easy To Use An Regulation, Compatible
Cons:
Best Uses:
Commuting
this is the first SPD pedals I used! I bought it in Iran! I found it efficient! It's possible to use so easy both with and without cleat!it has a flat side which is wide enough! I do bicycle touring and alwase have tow shoes, cleatless one for the falt side and a shoes with cleat for the other side! it has a good washer around ball bearing which protect it against dust and give it long life!
by Roozbe from Shiraz, Iran

 
4.0
Oct 12, 2012

great pedal for bebinners on clipless

Pros:
Lightweight, Compatible, Easy to Use
Cons:
Best Uses:
Climbing, Sprinting, Casual Riding
never went clipless until i purchased a rode bike. great trainer for beginners, even now after a month they work well with clipping in. only time i dont clip in is when i know i have to slow down for signs or traffic up ahead
by boz from simpsonville,s.c.

 
4.0
Aug 19, 2011

Great versitility

Pros:
Easy to Use, Versatile
Cons:
Best Uses:
Commuting
I love these pedals because there are times I simply want to hop on my bike and go to the grocery store or library without putting on biking shoes. Then, for those times when I want to go for a longer ride I clip in with my biking shoes and go. The only down side is that it sometimes takes a little longer to make the connection between the pedal and the shoe.
by Dano from Crystal, MN